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  Apprenticeship Council Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) To open to young people in the District of Columbia the opportunity to obtain training that will equip them for profitable employment and citizenship.  The Apprenticeship Council shall establish relevant standards for apprenticeship agreements, shall issue relevant rules and regulations, and perform other functions.  Not less than once every 2 years the Apprenticeship Council shall make a report through the Mayor of its activities and findings to the Congress and to the public. 3 - Employeer Organizations; 3 Employee organizations, 3 public members; 2 representatives of government, who shall be the Mayor of the District of Columbia and the Superintendent of Schools or their respective delegates. Member/leader of employer or employee organization and/or unaffiliated public member 9 Yes 1 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/G8wtpR/Apprenticeship-Council
  Board of Library Trustees Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The District of Columbia Public Library was created in 1898 by an Act of Congress. It was set up as an independent agency that would serve as the “people’s university.” Each of the 9 members of the Board shall be a resident of the District of Columbia, and shall have a demonstrated interest in the public library. DC resident with interest in improving D.C. public libraries 9 No 1 5 Janae.Washington@dc.gov https://MOTAboards.applytojob.com/apply/tNQVsL/Board-Of-Library-Trustees.html
  Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) Council Confirmed -Pursuant to section 2 (e) The Board is a body of the District of Columbia government that has the authority to independently issue regulations governing the University, own and manage the property of the University, and represent the University in court.  Trustees are charged with establishing and ensuring accreditation of the components of the University System; approve all majors and degree programs offered at the University, and set academic policies such as degree requirements and tuition and fees; set UDC's budget in conjunction with the Mayor and City Council; hire the President of the University System. The board consists of 15 Directors including:  11 appointed by the Mayor 1 Full time student 3 University of the District of Columbia degree holders The members of the Board shall constitute a total of 15 members.  11 members shall be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Council. Seven out of these eleven members should be residents of the District at the time of their confirmation. One member shall be a full-time student in good standing at the University elected by secret ballot by the student community at an election at which each registered student at the University shall be entitled to one vote. Each of the 3 remaining members shall be a holder of a degree from the University of the District of Columbia or from one or more of its predecessor institutions, including Miner Teachers College, Wilson Teachers College, District of Columbia Teachers College, Washington Technical Institute, or Federal City College, and shall be elected by a postal ballot election at which each living person who holds a degree from any of the foregoing institutions shall be sent a ballot and shall be entitled to vote. 11 No 0 5 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/r3tqEU/Board-Of-Trustees-Of-The-University-Of-The-District-Of-Columbia
  Higher Education Licensure Commission (HELC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Commission shall license postsecondary educational institutions subject to this chapter and their agents, ensure authenticity and legitimacy of the educational institutions, serve as the state approving agency for veterans educational benefits, provide standards and criteria, and administer rules and regulations, including rules of procedure for the Commission to ensure adequate public notice of each meeting of the Commission. All members are appointed by the Mayor. The Commission shall consist of 5 members who shall be appointed by the Mayor. Each member of the Commission shall be a bona fide resident of the District of Columbia. Any member of the Commission who is or has been, within 12 months of appointment, an officer, employee, student, trustee, or member of the governing board of an educational institution operating in the District of Columbia that is subject to licensure by the Commission or has a financial interest in an educational institution subject to licensure shall not participate in any matter before the Commission concerning the institution. 5 Yes 0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/YgFMHd/Education-Licensure-Commission
  District of Columbia Educational Opportunity for Military Children State Council Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The State Council shall provide for the coordination among its agencies of government, local education agencies, and military installations concerning the state's participation in, and compliance with, the compact.   The State Council shall be composed of 7 members. The members of the State Council shall be: (1) The Chairman of the Council, or his or her designee; (2) The Mayor, or his or her designee; (3) The State Superintendent of Education; (4) A representative from a District military installation appointed by the U.S. Department of Defense; (5) The Chancellor, or his or her designee; (6) A public charter school leader designated by the Chairman of the Public Charter School Board; and (7) A parent representative appointed by the Mayor. (b) Five members of the State Council shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of official business and the issuance of rules and regulations. 1 No 0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/vESgY6/District-Of-Columbia-Educational-Opportunity-For-Military-Children-State-Council
  Healthy Youth and Schools Commission Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Healthy Youth and Schools Commission shall advise the Mayor and the Council on health, wellness, and nutritional issues concerning youth and schools in the District, including: (1) School meals; (2) Farm-to-school programs; (3) Physical activity and physical education; (4) Health education; (5) Environmental programs; (6) School gardens; (7) Sexual health programming; (8) Chronic disease prevention; (9) Emotional, social, and mental health services; (10) Substance abuse; and (11) Violence prevention.   The Commission shall be composed of 13 members who are experts in health, wellness, or nutrition; parents; teachers; or students. The Mayor shall appoint 10 members, no more than 5 of whom shall represent District agencies. The Chairman of the Council shall appoint one member. The chair of the Council committee with oversight of education shall appoint one member. The Chair of the Public Charter School Board shall appoint one member. 10 No 0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/y50K6m/Healthy-Youth-And-Schools-Commission
Interagency Coordinating Council (ICC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The DC ICC shall assist the Mayor and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), Division of Special Education in its role as lead agency in the development of a District-wide comprehensive, coordinated, multidisciplinary, family centered, culturally competent, interagency and community-based network to provide early intervention services to infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities.   The DC ICC must be appointed by the Mayor and shall consist of no more than 21 members. All members must reflect the representation identified in IDEA 34 C.P.R. §303.601 and to the degree possible should be representative of the population of the District. At least 20 percent of the members must be parents of infants or toddlers with disabilities or children with disabilities aged 12 or younger, with knowledge of~ or experience with, programs for infants and toddlers with disabilities and not less than one (1) such member shall be a parent of an infant or toddler with a disability or a child with a disability aged six or younger; at least 20 percent of the members shall be public or private providers of early intervention services; at least one member must be from the Council of the District of Columbia; at least one member mnst be involved in personnel preparation; at least one member shall be from each of the agencies involved in the provision of, or payment for, early intervention services to infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families and shall have sufficient authority to engage in policy planning and implementation on behalf of such agencies; at least one member shall be from the State Education Agency (SEA) responsible for preschool services to children with disabilities and shall have sufficient authority to engage in policy planning and implementation on behalf of such agency; at least one member shall be from the agency responsible for the Medicaid Program; at least one member shall be a representative from a Head Start agency; at least one member shall be a representative from an agency responsible for child care; at least one member shall be responsible for the regulation of private health insurance; at least one member must be a representative designated by the Office of the Coordination of Education of Homeless Children and Youth; at least one member shall be a representative from the child welfare agency responsible for foster care; at least one member must be from the State agency responsible for children's mental health; and, the DC ICC may include other members selected by the Mayor. 14 No 3 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/brGHWS/Interagency-Coordinating-Council
  Public Charter School Board (PCSB) Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Board shall consult with the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, established by § 38-2601, to ensure that the requirements and the goals of Chapter 2A of this title [§ 38-271.01 et seq.] ("Pre-k act") are met, in accordance with that chapter. The Board shall consist of 7 members, appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Council. The Board shall consist of 7 members, appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council. Members shall be selected so that knowledge of each of the following areas is represented on the Board: (A) Research about and experience in student learning, quality teaching, and evaluation of and accountability in successful schools; (B) The operation of a financially sound enterprise, including leadership and management techniques, as well as the budgeting and accounting skills critical to the startup of a successful enterprise; (C) The educational, social, and economic development needs of the District of Columbia; and (D) The needs and interests of students and parents in the District of Columbia, as well as methods of involving parents and other members of the community in individual schools. 7 No 0 4 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/8DCMWc/Public-Charter-School-Board
  Public Charter School Credit Enhancement Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall be responsible for:  1.    Approving any loan to be made from the Direct Loan Fund for Charter School Improvement, as required by section 143(b) of the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 2003, approved February 20, 2003 (117 Stat. 131; D.C. Official Code § 38-1833.02); and  2.    Approving credit enhancements to be made from the credit enhancement revolving fund for public charter schools, as required by section 603(e)(3)(F) of the Student Loan Marketing Association Reorganization Act of 1996, approved September 30, 1996 (110 Stat. 3009-374; 20 U.S.C. § 1155(e)(3)(F).   A.    Each member of the Committee shall be appointed for a term of three (3) years, except as provided in subsection B of this section, and shall serve thereafter until his or her successor is appointed.  B.    A member appointed to fill a vacancy in an unexpired term shall be appointed for the remainder of the unexpired term and shall serve thereafter until his or her successor is appointed.  C.    A member of the Committee may be re-appointed but shall serve no more than two (2) consecutive terms.  For the purposes of this provision, a member appointed to fill a vacancy for an unexpired term of more than two (2) years shall be deemed to have served a full term.  D.    Members of the Public Charter School Credit Enhancement Fund Committee serving on the effective date of this Order shall become members of the Committee and shall serve on the Committee for the remainders of their previously appointed terms.  Such members may be reappointed to the Committee, subject to paragraph C of this section.  For the purposes of paragraph C of this section, a term served on the Public Charter School Credit Enhancement Fund Committee shall not be deemed to be a term on the Committee; provided, if the remainder of the term of a member of the Public Charter School Credit Enhancement Fund Committee is more than two (2) years at the time the member becomes a member of the Committee, that term shall be deemed to be a term on the Committee. 3 No 1 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/1GhvsY/Public-Charter-School-Credit-Enhancement-Fund-Committee-CDCR-26A2600
State Advisory Panel on Special Education (SAPSE) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of SAP is to advice Office of the State Superintendent (OSSE) and its Division of Specialized Education (DSE) on unmet needs of students with disabilities, including the development of evaluations, reports, and corrective action plans in response to federal monitoring, and implementing policies and procedures to coordinate services for students with disabilities. The members appointed by the Mayor to the Committee shall include: 1. Parents, or guardians, of children with disabilities (ages birth through 26); II. Individuals with disabilities who reside in the District of Columbia; III. Teachers; IV . Representatives of institutions of higher education that prepare special education and related services personnel; v. State and local education officials; including officials who carry out activities under subtitle B of title VII of the McKin1ey-Vento Homeless Assistance Act, (42 U.S.C 11431 et seq.); VI. Administrators of programs for children with disabilities; VII. Representatives of the State government agencies involved with financing or delivery of services to persons with disabilities; viii. Representatives of private schools and public charter schools; IX . Not less than one representatives of a vocational, community, or business organization in the District of Columbia concerned with the provision of transition services to children with disabilities; x. A Representative from the State child welfare agency responsible for foster care; and; Xl . Representatives of the State juvenile and adult corrections agencies. XII. Special Rule. A majority of the members of the panel must be individuals with disabilities or parents of children with disabilities (ages birth through 26). Xill. The panel may include other members selected by the Mayor. The Advisory Panel must be appointed by the Mayor. All members must reflect the representation identified in IDEA 34 C.F.R. §300.168 and to the degree possible shall be representative of the population of the District.  The Advisory Panel shall consist of at least fifteen (15) voting members who are appointed by the Mayor.  The members appointed to the Committee shall have demonstrated interests in issues affecting special education, or the coordination and delivery of special education and related services to children and youth with disabilities (ages birth through 26). 15 No 0 2 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.theresumator.com/apply/P3je6S/State-Advisory-Panel-On-Special-Education-For-The-District-Of-Columbia
  State Early Childhood Development Coordinating Council (SECDC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The State Early Childhood Development Coordinating Council shall improve collaboration and coordination among entities carrying out federally funded and District-funded pre-k and other early childhood programs to improve school readiness, assist in the planning and development of a comprehensive early childhood education system that serves children ages birth to 8 years of age, and Comply with the Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act, approved December 12, 2007 (Pub. L. No. 110-134; 121 Stat. 1363).   The Coordinating Council membership shall consist of: (1) The following members, or their designees: (A) The Mayor; (B) The Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia; (C) The State Superintendent of Education; (D) The Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools; (E) The Executive Director of the Public Charter School Board; (F) The Director of the Department of Health; (G) The Director of the Department of Mental Health; (H) The Director of the Department of Human Services; (I) The Director of the Child and Family Services Agency; (J) The State Director for Head Start Collaboration; and (K) The Director of the entity designated as the state resource and referral agency; and (2) The Mayor shall appoint at least one District resident from each of the following categories, to serve a term of 2 years: (A) Families whose children are receiving or have received pre-k-education services; (B) Head Start; (C) Community-based organizations; (D) Public schools; (E) Public charter schools; (F) Public charter school support organizations; (G) Early childhood advocacy organizations; (H) Business community; (I) Philanthropic community; (J) DC Collaborative; and (K) Any additional category identified by the Coordinating Council as necessary or appropriate. 11 No 3 2 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/qf35Fn/State-Early-Childhood-Development-Coordinating-Council
  Workforce Investment Council (WIC) Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the WIC is to serve as a public-private partnership empowered to advise the Mayor on the development, implementation, and continued improvement of an innovative, integrated, and effective workforce development system. The WIC is charged with assisting the Mayor and District agencies in developing a demand-driven system and programs to meet the skilled workforce needs of business and industry, support career development and self-sufficiency, and enhance the productivity and competitiveness of the District’s workforce. The WIC shall serve as the state workforce development board for the District of Columbia under section 101 of the Workforce  Innovation and Opportunity Act, and, as provided in section 107(c)(4) of the WIOA, shall carry out the functions of the local workforce development board for the District of Columbia under WIOA.   The WIC shall be composed of the following members, who shall be appointed by the Mayor (except as provided in paragraph 2 of this subsection):   1. The Mayor, or his or her designee; 2. One (1) member of the Council of the District of Columbia (“Council”) appointed by the Chairman of the Council; 3. The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, or his or her designee; 4. The Director of the Department of Employment Services, or his or her designee; 5. The Director of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, or his or her designee; 6. The Director of the Department on Disability Services, or his or her designee; 7. The Director of the Department of Human Services, or his or her designee; 8. The President of the Community College of the University of the District of Columbia, or his or her designee; 9. Two (2) representatives of District labor organizations nominated by District labor federations; 10. One (1) representative of a labor organization or training director from a joint labor-management registered apprenticeship program; 11. Four (4) representatives of: A. Community-based organizations that have demonstrated experience and expertise in addressing the employment, training, or education needs of individuals with barriers to employment, including organizations that serve veterans or that provide or support competitive, integrated employment for individuals with disabilities; or B. Organizations that have demonstrated experience and expertise in addressing the employment, training, or education needs of eligible youth, including representatives of organizations that serve out-of-school youth; and 12. Nineteen (19) representatives of businesses in the District, who: A. Are owners of businesses, chief executives or operating officers of businesses, or other business executives or employers with optimum policy-making or hiring authority; B. Represent businesses (including at least one (1) representative of small business), or organizations representing businesses, that provide employment opportunities that, at a minimum, include high-quality, work-related training and development in in-demand industry sectors or occupations in the District; and C. Are appointed from among individuals nominated by District business organizations and business trade associations; D. Shall include at least one (1) representative from the following industry sectors: i. Small business; ii. Law; iii. Construction; iv. Information technology; v. Health care; vi. Hospitality; vii. Business organization; and viii. Retail; and E. Shall include at least five (5) at-large representatives from either the industry sectors listed in sub-paragraph d of this paragraph or from any other industry sector in the District.  13. At least fifty-one percent (51%) of the members appointed to the WIC shall be representatives of businesses in the District, appointed pursuant to section III.A.11 of this Order. 14. At least twenty percent (20%) of the members appointed to the WIC shall be representatives of the workforce within the District, appointed pursuant to section III.A.8, III.A.9, and III.A.10 of this Order. 15. The members of the WIC who are appointed based on their positions in the District government shall serve only during their tenure as officers or employees of the District government. 26 No 4 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Adult Career Pathways Task Force Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The purpose of the Task Force is to develop a city-wide strategic plan for connecting adult basic skills programs administered in the District to career pathways. The Task Force shall be convened by the Workforce Investment Council, and shall consist of 17 members: Six community representatives, appointed by the Mayor, as follows:  1.    A representative of a District organization engaged in the direct provision of a basic skills program;  2.    A representative of a District school engaged in the direct provision of a basic skills program; and 3.    A representative of a District job training provider 4.Three representatives of the District business community in the high-demand industry sectors: business administration; information technology; construction; healthcare; hospitality; infrastructure; law; and security 6 No 0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/aqDkSt/Adult-Career-Pathways-Task-Force
  Youth Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Committee shall: “(1) Based on a systematic review of relevant data, evaluate the effectiveness of youth apprenticeship programs in: “(A) The District of Columbia; “(B) States and municipalities; and “(C) Other countries; “(2) Review and identify: “(A) Ways to implement high school youth apprenticeship programs in the District of Columbia; “(B) The means through which employers and organizations can obtain grants, tax credits, or other subsidies to support the establishment and operation of high school youth apprenticeship programs; and “(C) The number of apprenticeship opportunities for youth that the District of Columbia needs to reach over the next 3 years; and “(3) On or before December 1 of each year, submit a report of its findings and recommendations to the Council of the District of Columbia.     10 No 0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  District of Columbia State Athletics Commission Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) To establish the District of Columbia State Athletics Commission as an independent agency, to reorganize the District of Columbia State Athletic Association to make it subordinate to the District of Columbia State Athletics Commission, and to authorize the District of Columbia State Athletic Association to implement and enforce the Mayor's regulations governing the conduct of interscholastic athletics programs; and to amend the Confirmation Act of 1978, the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of I 978, the Title IX Athletic Equity Act of 201 5, and the State Athletic Activities, Programs, and Office Fund Act of 2013 to make conforming amendments. The Commission shall consist of 9 voting members, appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the Council, in accordance with section 2(f) of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3,1979 (D.C. Law 2-142; D.C. Official Code g l-523.01(0), and 6 ex- officio nonvoting members. Specific seats, all must be District Residents 9 No 0 4 Janae.Washington@dc.gov http://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/0OxJBWUrz0/District-Of-Columbia-State-Athletic-Commission
  Commission on Out of School Time Grants and Youth Outcomes Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) There is established a Commission on Out of School Time Grants and Youth Outcomes to develop a District-wide strategy for equitable access to out-of-school-time programs and to facilitate interagency planning and coordination for out-of-school-time programs and funding.The duties of the Commission shall be as follows: (1) Set the goals and scope of an annual, community-wide needs assessment, which the Office shall conduct, to identify and prioritize needs for out-of-school-time programs and establish targets for out-of-school-time funding. (2XA) Within 12 months of the effective date this act, and at least every 3 years thereafter, draft and approve a strategic plan for out-of-school-time programs and funding ("strategic plan") in the District that encourages interagency and community coordination and promotes equitable access for youth and families to high-quality youth development programs. (B) The strategic plan shall draw on the data gathered and analyzed by the Offtce, including the annual community-wide needs assessment, to identify and resolve gaps in the distribution of out-of-school-time programs and funding, with a particular emphasis on atrisk students, geographic distribution of out-of-school-time programs and funding, and program quality. (3) Review, on a regular basis, the efforts of the Office to fulfill the goals and priorities of the strategic plan. ENROLLED ORIGINAL (4) Review, on a regular basis, the efforts of other relevant District agencies to cooperate in achieving the strategic plan, including review of the allocation of out-of-school-time funding in school budgets, to the extent such data is available, and how such allocation aligns with the need. (5) Identify areas for improved collaboration, problem-solving, and cooperation among District agencies regarding out-of-school-time programs and funding. (6) Inform and approve plans for assessing the quality of out-of-school-time programs developed by the Office. The Commission shall consist of 21 members who represent key community stakeholder constituencies or are District agency administrative heads or their designees, including: (l) The Director of the Office of Out of School Time Grants and Youth Outcomes; (2) The Deputy Mayor for Education; (3) The State Superintendent of Education; (a) The Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools; (5) The Executive Director of the Public Charter School Board; (6) The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation; (7) The Chairperson of the Council committee with jurisdiction over matters related to public education; and (8) At least 8 nongovernmental members, appointed in accordance with section 7. (c) The Commission shall elect a chairperson and vice-chairperson from its membership. (d) Nongovemmental members shall comprise a majority of the Commission. Nongovernmental members of the Commission shall be representative of the District's various geographic neighborhoods and stakeholder constituencies, including consumers and providers of youth development programs, organizations that advocate for the needs of youth, and District higher education, philanthropic, workforce development, and cultural institutions; provided, that, at the time of appointment: (1) At least one member is a consumer of youth development programs in the District; and (2) At least 2 members are representatives of organizations providing youth development programs in the District.   14 No 0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Advisory Committee on Community Use of Public Space Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The purpose of the Advisory Group is to provide to the Deputy Mayor for Education advice and recommendations regarding District policies and procedures related to community use of public spaces, including fields, gyms, classrooms, meeting rooms, recreation centers, and other District facilities. 2 members who are users school facility and field users  2 members who are users recreation facility users 2 members who are athletic field users 2 members with interest in public space Must be a resident of Washington, DC 8 No 0 2 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
  Community Schools Advisory Committee Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order) The Committee shall advise the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (“OSSE”) on the Community Schools Incentive Initiative (“Incentive Initiative”), established pursuant to section 403(a) of the Community Schools Incentive Act A.    The Committee shall comprise the following twenty-four (24) members:  1.    The following nine (9) voting government members:   a.    The Chancellor of DCPS, or the Chancellor’s designee;  b.    The Director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, or the Director’s designee;   c.    The Director of the Department of Health, or the Director’s designee;   d.    The Director of the Department of Employment Services, or the Director’s designee;   e.    The President of the State Board of Education, or the President’s designee;   f.    The President of the University of the District of Columbia, or the President’s designee;   g.    The President of the University of the District of Columbia Community College, or the President’s designee;  h.    The Deputy Mayor for Education, or the Deputy Mayor’s designee; and  i.    The Executive Director of the District of Columbia Public Charter School Board, or the Executive Director’s designee.  2.    The following two (2) non-voting government members:   a.    The Director of the Child and Family Services Agency, or the Director’s designee; and   b.    The Director of the Department of Behavioral Health, or the Director’s designee.    3.    The following ten (10) voting public members who shall be appointed by the Mayor and serve at the pleasure of the Mayor:  a.    Directors of two (2) public charter schools;   b.    Representatives from four (4) community-based organizations; and  c.    Representatives from four (4) philanthropic or business organizations.  4.    The following three (3) non-voting public members, who shall be appointed by the Mayor and serve at the pleasure of the Mayor:  a.    Representatives from two (2) current Incentive Initiative grantees;   b.    One (1) parent or guardian of a student attending a DCPS school or a public charter school;   13   0 3 Janae.Washington@dc.gov https://motaboards.applytojob.com/apply/tNQVsL/Board-Of-Library-Trustees
  Students in the Care of DC Coordinating Committee Council Confirmed - Pursuant to section 2 (f) The Students in the Care of DC Coordinating Committee will identify challenges and resolve issues that students in detainment, commitment, incarceration and foster care face in order to improve educational outcomes.     8 No 0 4 Janae.Washington@dc.gov  
District of Columbia Education Research Practice Partnership Review Panel Executive Appointment (Mayor's Order)   3 members appointed by the Mayor, and 3 members appointed by the Chairman of the Council   3   0   janae.washington@dc.gov  
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