Alabama State Board of Education September 14, 2017, Meeting and Work Session Agendas


AGENDA

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017

10 A.M.

AUDITORIUM, GORDON PERSONS BUILDING

50 NORTH RIPLEY STREET, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

ELEMENTARY/SECONDARY EDUCATION

(THE WORK SESSION WILL BE HELD IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE BOARD MEETING)

 

 

A.    Call to Order

B.     Invocation

C.     Roll Call – Establishment of a Quorum

D.    Approval of the Minutes for the August 10, 2017, Meeting

E.     Approval of Agenda

F.      Public Hearing for Alabama Administrative Code

G.    Action Items

1.      Unfinished Business

2.      New Business

a.       Personnel – Superintendent’s Contract

b.      Resolution in Recognition of William Blake Busbin, Auburn High School, Auburn City School System, as Alabama’s 2017 History Teacher of the Year (State Board District Two)

c.       Resolution in Recognition of October 9-13, 2017, as National School Lunch Week in Alabama Schools

d.      Resolution to Grant Conditional Approval of an Educator Preparation Program, Troy University, Troy, Alabama

e.       ESSA Plan

f.       Announce Intent to Adopt  Amended Alabama Administrative Code, Rule Number 290-4-1-.04, Pertaining to Flexibility for Students in Failing Schools

H.    State Superintendent’s Report

I.      Legal

Date and Time of Next Elementary/Secondary Education Meetings:

October 12, 2017, 10 a.m., Alabama State Board of Education Meeting, Auditorium,  Gordon Persons Building; Work Session, 11 a.m., Plaza 104, Gordon Persons Building, Montgomery, Alabama

 

ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

ELEMENTARY/SECONDARY EDUCATION

WORK SESSION

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2017

11 A.M.

(OR IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING)

PLAZA 104 GORDON PERSONS BUILDING

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 36130-2101

AGENDA

  1. FY-2019 Budget
  2. Assessment
  3. Resolution to Modify Certain Passing Scores on Praxis Subject Assessments as a Precondition for Initial Certification
  4. Resolution in Support of Adopting Praxis Assessment 5531: Pre-Kindergarten Education as a Precondition for Initial Certification for Pre-K Teachers
  5. Resolution to Receive Recommendations of the State Textbook Committee for Adoption of Textbooks for Arts Education and World Languages
  6. Resolution Proclaiming October as Statewide Parent Visitation Month in Alabama
  7. Resolution in Recognition of Kate Hood, Bay Minette Middle School, Baldwin County School System, as a 2017 Mathematics Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District I)
  8. Resolution in Recognition of Beth Kaiser, Vestavia Hills High School, Vestavia Hills City School System, as a 2017 Mathematics Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District III)
  9. Resolution in Recognition of DeLaura Downs, Irondale Middle School, Jefferson County School System, as a 2017 Mathematics Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District VII)
  10. Resolution in Recognition of Lorie White, Rogers High School, Lauderdale County School System, as a 2017 Mathematics Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District VII)
  11. Resolution in Recognition of Rebecca Phillips, Lee High School, Huntsville City School System, as a 2017 Mathematics Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District VIII)
  12. Resolution in Recognition of Carolanne Grogan, Saraland High School, Saraland City School System, as a 2017 Science Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District I)
  13. Resolution in Recognition of Kristin Bundren, Spain Park High School, Hoover City School System, as a 2017 Science Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District III)
  14. Resolution in Recognition of Amy Garrett, Troy-Pike Center for Technology, Pike County School System, as a 2017 Science Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District V)
  15. Resolution in Recognition of Nancy Caffee, Blount County Career Technical Center, Blount County School System, as a 2017 Science Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District VI)
  16. Resolution in Recognition of Alaina Pettus, Brooks High School, Lauderdale County School System, as a 2017 Science Presidential Award Finalist (State Board District VII)

 

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