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TITLE 15.1ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATIONCHAPTER 15.1-01STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION15.1-01-01. State board of public school education - Composition.1.The state board of public school education consists of the superintendent of public<br>instruction and:a.An individual representing Barnes, Cass, Grand Forks, Griggs, Nelson, Steele,<br>and Traill Counties;b.An individual representing Benson, Bottineau, Cavalier, McHenry, Pembina,<br>Pierce, Ramsey, Renville, Rolette, Towner, and Walsh Counties;c.An individual representing Dickey, Emmons, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh,<br>Ransom, Richland, and Sargent Counties;d.An individual representing Burleigh, Eddy, Foster, Kidder, McLean, Sheridan,<br>Stutsman, and Wells Counties;e.An individual representing Burke, Divide, McKenzie, Mountrail, Ward, and<br>Williams Counties; andf.An individual representing Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley,<br>Grant, Hettinger, Mercer, Morton, Oliver, Sioux, Slope, and Stark Counties.2.All board members other than the superintendent of public instruction must be<br>qualified electors and must reside in one of the counties they represent.3.The governor shall appoint new board members from a list of three names<br>submitted by a committee consisting of the president of the North Dakota education<br>association, the president of the North Dakota council of educational leaders, and<br>the president of the North Dakota school boards association. Two of the state board<br>members must be members of the North Dakota school boards association.<br>Appointees serve for six-year terms, staggered so that the terms of two members<br>expire on June thirtieth of each even-numbered year.If a vacancy occurs, thegovernor shall appoint an individual to serve for the duration of the unexpired term.4.Board members are entitled to receive compensation at the rate of sixty-two dollars<br>and fifty cents per day and reimbursement for expenses, from the biennial<br>appropriation for the superintendent of public instruction, as provided by law for state<br>officers, if they are attending board meetings or performing duties directed by the<br>board.No compensation may be paid under this section to any member whoreceives compensation or a salary as a state employee or official.5.The superintendent of public instruction shall serve as the executive director and<br>secretary of the board. The superintendent shall call meetings as necessary, carry<br>out the policies of the board, and employ personnel necessary to perform the<br>board's duties.The board shall annually elect one member to serve as thechairman.15.1-01-02. Joint meetings - State board of public school education - State board ofhigher education - Education standards and practices board - State board for career and<br>technical education. The state board of public school education, the state board of higherPage No. 1education, the education standards and practices board, and the state board for career and<br>technical education shall meet together at least once each year at the call of the superintendent<br>of public instruction, the commissioner of higher education, the executive director of the<br>education standards and practices board, and the director of career and technical education for<br>the purposes of:1.Coordinating elementary and secondary education programs, career and technical<br>education programs, and higher education programs;2.Establishing high standards and expectations of students at all levels of the<br>education continuum;3.Ensuring that all students have access to challenging curricula;4.Ensuring that the individuals instructing students at all levels of the education<br>continuum are highly qualified and capable;5.Cooperating in the provision of professional growth and development opportunities<br>for individuals instructing students at all levels of the education continuum; and6.Ensuring cooperation in any other jointly beneficial project or program.15.1-01-03. State board of public school education - Powers and duties.1.The state board of public school education shall:a.Assist county committees in carrying out their duties.b.Provide county committees with clerical assistance, plans of procedure,<br>standards, data, maps, forms, and other materials, information, and services.c.Appoint members to the county committee, if the county superintendent does<br>not fulfill this duty, as provided for in section 15.1-10-01.2.The state board of public school education may adopt rules regarding school district<br>reorganizations, annexations, and dissolutions.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-01 state board of public school education

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TITLE 15.1ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATIONCHAPTER 15.1-01STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION15.1-01-01. State board of public school education - Composition.1.The state board of public school education consists of the superintendent of public<br>instruction and:a.An individual representing Barnes, Cass, Grand Forks, Griggs, Nelson, Steele,<br>and Traill Counties;b.An individual representing Benson, Bottineau, Cavalier, McHenry, Pembina,<br>Pierce, Ramsey, Renville, Rolette, Towner, and Walsh Counties;c.An individual representing Dickey, Emmons, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh,<br>Ransom, Richland, and Sargent Counties;d.An individual representing Burleigh, Eddy, Foster, Kidder, McLean, Sheridan,<br>Stutsman, and Wells Counties;e.An individual representing Burke, Divide, McKenzie, Mountrail, Ward, and<br>Williams Counties; andf.An individual representing Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley,<br>Grant, Hettinger, Mercer, Morton, Oliver, Sioux, Slope, and Stark Counties.2.All board members other than the superintendent of public instruction must be<br>qualified electors and must reside in one of the counties they represent.3.The governor shall appoint new board members from a list of three names<br>submitted by a committee consisting of the president of the North Dakota education<br>association, the president of the North Dakota council of educational leaders, and<br>the president of the North Dakota school boards association. Two of the state board<br>members must be members of the North Dakota school boards association.<br>Appointees serve for six-year terms, staggered so that the terms of two members<br>expire on June thirtieth of each even-numbered year.If a vacancy occurs, thegovernor shall appoint an individual to serve for the duration of the unexpired term.4.Board members are entitled to receive compensation at the rate of sixty-two dollars<br>and fifty cents per day and reimbursement for expenses, from the biennial<br>appropriation for the superintendent of public instruction, as provided by law for state<br>officers, if they are attending board meetings or performing duties directed by the<br>board.No compensation may be paid under this section to any member whoreceives compensation or a salary as a state employee or official.5.The superintendent of public instruction shall serve as the executive director and<br>secretary of the board. The superintendent shall call meetings as necessary, carry<br>out the policies of the board, and employ personnel necessary to perform the<br>board's duties.The board shall annually elect one member to serve as thechairman.15.1-01-02. Joint meetings - State board of public school education - State board ofhigher education - Education standards and practices board - State board for career and<br>technical education. The state board of public school education, the state board of higherPage No. 1education, the education standards and practices board, and the state board for career and<br>technical education shall meet together at least once each year at the call of the superintendent<br>of public instruction, the commissioner of higher education, the executive director of the<br>education standards and practices board, and the director of career and technical education for<br>the purposes of:1.Coordinating elementary and secondary education programs, career and technical<br>education programs, and higher education programs;2.Establishing high standards and expectations of students at all levels of the<br>education continuum;3.Ensuring that all students have access to challenging curricula;4.Ensuring that the individuals instructing students at all levels of the education<br>continuum are highly qualified and capable;5.Cooperating in the provision of professional growth and development opportunities<br>for individuals instructing students at all levels of the education continuum; and6.Ensuring cooperation in any other jointly beneficial project or program.15.1-01-03. State board of public school education - Powers and duties.1.The state board of public school education shall:a.Assist county committees in carrying out their duties.b.Provide county committees with clerical assistance, plans of procedure,<br>standards, data, maps, forms, and other materials, information, and services.c.Appoint members to the county committee, if the county superintendent does<br>not fulfill this duty, as provided for in section 15.1-10-01.2.The state board of public school education may adopt rules regarding school district<br>reorganizations, annexations, and dissolutions.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-01 state board of public school education

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TITLE 15.1ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATIONCHAPTER 15.1-01STATE BOARD OF PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION15.1-01-01. State board of public school education - Composition.1.The state board of public school education consists of the superintendent of public<br>instruction and:a.An individual representing Barnes, Cass, Grand Forks, Griggs, Nelson, Steele,<br>and Traill Counties;b.An individual representing Benson, Bottineau, Cavalier, McHenry, Pembina,<br>Pierce, Ramsey, Renville, Rolette, Towner, and Walsh Counties;c.An individual representing Dickey, Emmons, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh,<br>Ransom, Richland, and Sargent Counties;d.An individual representing Burleigh, Eddy, Foster, Kidder, McLean, Sheridan,<br>Stutsman, and Wells Counties;e.An individual representing Burke, Divide, McKenzie, Mountrail, Ward, and<br>Williams Counties; andf.An individual representing Adams, Billings, Bowman, Dunn, Golden Valley,<br>Grant, Hettinger, Mercer, Morton, Oliver, Sioux, Slope, and Stark Counties.2.All board members other than the superintendent of public instruction must be<br>qualified electors and must reside in one of the counties they represent.3.The governor shall appoint new board members from a list of three names<br>submitted by a committee consisting of the president of the North Dakota education<br>association, the president of the North Dakota council of educational leaders, and<br>the president of the North Dakota school boards association. Two of the state board<br>members must be members of the North Dakota school boards association.<br>Appointees serve for six-year terms, staggered so that the terms of two members<br>expire on June thirtieth of each even-numbered year.If a vacancy occurs, thegovernor shall appoint an individual to serve for the duration of the unexpired term.4.Board members are entitled to receive compensation at the rate of sixty-two dollars<br>and fifty cents per day and reimbursement for expenses, from the biennial<br>appropriation for the superintendent of public instruction, as provided by law for state<br>officers, if they are attending board meetings or performing duties directed by the<br>board.No compensation may be paid under this section to any member whoreceives compensation or a salary as a state employee or official.5.The superintendent of public instruction shall serve as the executive director and<br>secretary of the board. The superintendent shall call meetings as necessary, carry<br>out the policies of the board, and employ personnel necessary to perform the<br>board's duties.The board shall annually elect one member to serve as thechairman.15.1-01-02. Joint meetings - State board of public school education - State board ofhigher education - Education standards and practices board - State board for career and<br>technical education. The state board of public school education, the state board of higherPage No. 1education, the education standards and practices board, and the state board for career and<br>technical education shall meet together at least once each year at the call of the superintendent<br>of public instruction, the commissioner of higher education, the executive director of the<br>education standards and practices board, and the director of career and technical education for<br>the purposes of:1.Coordinating elementary and secondary education programs, career and technical<br>education programs, and higher education programs;2.Establishing high standards and expectations of students at all levels of the<br>education continuum;3.Ensuring that all students have access to challenging curricula;4.Ensuring that the individuals instructing students at all levels of the education<br>continuum are highly qualified and capable;5.Cooperating in the provision of professional growth and development opportunities<br>for individuals instructing students at all levels of the education continuum; and6.Ensuring cooperation in any other jointly beneficial project or program.15.1-01-03. State board of public school education - Powers and duties.1.The state board of public school education shall:a.Assist county committees in carrying out their duties.b.Provide county committees with clerical assistance, plans of procedure,<br>standards, data, maps, forms, and other materials, information, and services.c.Appoint members to the county committee, if the county superintendent does<br>not fulfill this duty, as provided for in section 15.1-10-01.2.The state board of public school education may adopt rules regarding school district<br>reorganizations, annexations, and dissolutions.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-01 state board of public school education

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