TITLE 17. EDUCATION
CHAPTER 36. TEACHER INCENTIVE PAY MODELS PROGRAM
PART II. TEACHER INCENTIVE PAY MODELS PROGRAM
17:3827 State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education; duties; powers
A. When the state superintendent advises the board of what he has reason to believe is a serious impairment of educational quality in any local system piloting a program pursuant to this Chapter resulting from such pilot program or when the board takes its own account of such an occurrence, the board may intervene in the pilot program and require corrective action. If such corrective action fails to correct the impairment, the board may withdraw the approval for the pilot program and demand return of any unexpended funds.
B. The board shall:
(1) Adopt and promulgate any rules necessary for the implementation of this Chapter.
(2) Establish a Teacher Incentive Pay Model Program Advisory Committee made up of not more than fifteen nor less than nine members representing teachers, administrators, school boards, commerce and industry, parents, and government. The members shall be selected by the board to review and advise the board on the rules adopted for implementation of this Chapter, all program materials, and the quality of all proposals, plans, and reports submitted by local systems pursuant to this Chapter. The committee shall meet as necessary to fulfill its function. The committee members shall serve without compensation but shall be reimbursed actual expenses incurred in the performance of their duties by the board out of its budget.
Added by Acts 1985, No. 601, Sec. 1, eff. July 13, 1985.