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ERIC Number: ED123723
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr-11
Pages: 9
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How to Get Full Value from Citizens' Committees.
Hall, J. Revis
This paper describes the organization and function of the Instructional Improvement Committee (IIC) system developed by the Jefferson County (Alabama) School System. Each school in the system has its own IIC, chaired by the school principal; the principal arranges for the election of at least one representative each from the various groups within the school family, including students, parents, teachers, classified employees, and community leaders. The IIC serves as a clearinghouse and sounding board for concerns related to the school and advises the principal on various educational needs, interests, and problems. Because citizens are actively involved in the school system's management plan through participation on IICs, there is little need for separate "citizens' committees." (JG)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Identifiers - Location: Alabama