Board Meeting Agenda – June 23, 2016
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Business Session Agenda – Thursday, June 23, 2016
Full Board Convenes – 9 a.m.
Moment of Silence
Pledge of Allegiance
Approval of Minutes of the May 25-26, 2016, Meeting of the Board
- Final Review of Regulations Governing the Collection and Reporting of Truancy Related Data and Student Attendance Policies, 8 VAC 20-730 (Final Stage)
- Final Review of Recommendation of the Advisory Board on Teacher Education and Licensure (ABTEL) for a Passing Score for the Praxis Braille Proficiency Test as a Professional Teacher’s Assessment for the Special Education Visual Impairments PreK-12 Endorsement
- Final Review of Recommendation of the Advisory Board on Teacher Education and Licensure (ABTEL) for a Passing Score for the Praxis English to Speakers of Other Languages Test as a Professional Teacher’s Assessment for the English as a Second Language PreK-12 Endorsement
- Final Review of the Design for the Redesigned School Performance Report Card (School Quality Profiles) Required by HB 1672 and SB 727 (2015)
- First Review of Nominations to Fill Vacancies on Board of Education Advisory Committees
- Progress Report on the Development of the Profile of a Virginia Graduate
Discussion of Current Issues – by Board of Education Members and Superintendent of Public Instruction
- Planning the Work Ahead
Some Board of Education members will meet for a working lunch at the conclusion of the board’s business meeting, Thursday, June 23, 2016, in the 25th Floor Conference Room of the James Monroe Building, 101 North 14th Street, Richmond, VA 23219. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss policy topics for inclusion in the Board’s Comprehensive Plan and Annual Report. No votes will be taken, and it is open to the public.
Board of Education members will meet for dinner at 6 p.m., Wednesday, June 22, 2016, at The Berkeley Hotel (1200 East Cary Street, Richmond, VA 23219). Items for the board agenda may be discussed informally at that dinner. No votes will be taken, and it is open to the public.
The board president reserves the right to change the times listed on this agenda depending upon the time constraints during the meeting.
*Guidelines for Public Comment
The Board of Education will provide an opportunity for members of the public to address the board at its meetings, as appropriate, during the public comment portion of the meeting.
At its regular meetings, members of the public may address the board during the public comment portion of the meeting on any matter related to public education which includes the actions of the board. During the public comment portion of any committee of the board or any advisory committee of the board, the board requests that members of the public only address the committee on matters on the committee’s published agenda and any matters added to the agenda during the meeting by the committee.
Requests to address the board or one of its committees during the public comment portion of the meeting shall include the subject to be discussed and the name of the speaker.
Requests to address the board or one of its committees during the public comment portion of the meeting should be submitted to the Virginia Department of Education (804-225-2924 or Melissa.Luchau@doe.virginia.gov) in advance of the meeting, but may be submitted the day of the meeting, at the discretion of the president or committee chairperson. In honoring such requests, the board will limit such comments to three minutes for each speaker at the discretion of the president or committee chairperson.
The board president or committee chairperson may, in his or her discretion, extend the public comment portion of the meeting, allocate the time available for public comment, adjust the order of speakers, or take other reasonable measures to ensure that the board hears multiple views on any matter presented to the board.
Public comment speakers will be encouraged to provide multiple written copies (11) of their comments or other materials amplifying their views.