2016 Indiana Code
TITLE 20. EDUCATION
ARTICLE 20. PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE STATE
CHAPTER 42. INDIANA OUT OF SCHOOL TIME LEARNING ADVISORY BOARD


Download as PDF IC 20-20-42 Chapter 42. Indiana Out of School Time Learning Advisory Board IC 20-20-42-1 "Board" Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "board" refers to the out of school time learning advisory board established by section 6 of this chapter. As added by P.L.136-2016, SEC.1. IC 20-20-42-2 "Out of school time" Sec. 2. As used in this chapter, "out of school time" refers to any time school is not in session, including before school, after school, breaks, and vacations. As added by P.L.136-2016, SEC.1. IC 20-20-42-3 "Out of school time program" Sec. 3. As used in this chapter, "out of school time program" means a structured program that offers enrichment and academic activities primarily for students in kindergarten through grade 12 in a school or community based setting. As added by P.L.136-2016, SEC.1. IC 20-20-42-4 Board established; members; meetings; recommendations; reports; expiration Sec. 4. (a) The out of school time learning advisory board is established to recommend to the department and the general assembly procedures, policies, funding levels, and eligibility criteria for out of school time programs. (b) The board is composed of at least the following members: (1) The state superintendent or the state superintendent's designee, who serves as chairperson of the board. (2) The secretary of the family and social services administration or the secretary's designee. (3) The commissioner of the department of workforce development or the commissioner's designee. (4) The commissioner of the commission for higher education or the commissioner's designee. (5) A direct services provider appointed by the secretary of the family and social services administration. (6) The following individuals appointed by the state superintendent: (A) A direct services provider. (B) A superintendent who is nominated by a statewide association of public school superintendents. Indiana Code 2016 (C) A principal who is nominated by a statewide association of school principals. (D) A governing body member who is nominated by a statewide association of school boards. (E) A teacher who is nominated by the largest statewide teachers' association. (F) A teacher who is nominated by the second largest statewide teachers' association. (G) A member of a statewide afterschool program network who is nominated by the network. (H) A member of a statewide parents' organization who is nominated by the organization. Additional members may be appointed by the state superintendent or the secretary of the family and social services administration. In addition, the board may consult with other individuals who are not members of the board. (c) The board shall meet at least two (2) times each year. The chairperson may call additional meetings. (d) The department shall provide staff for the board. (e) In making recommendations to the department and the general assembly, the board shall consider at least the following: (1) Existing data and research concerning best practices for out of school programs. (2) Current and proposed future access to, quality of, and affordability of out of school programs. (3) Collaboration between agencies and coordination of existing resources. (4) The need for out of school programs to address college and career readiness and academic standards. (5) Existing statutory and regulatory provisions and the possibility of recommending amendments to statutes and rules. (f) The board shall make an initial report to the general assembly and the legislative council not later than November 1, 2016. The report must be in an electronic format under IC 5-14-6. (g) This section expires June 30, 2019. As added by P.L.136-2016, SEC.1. IC 20-20-42-5 State board; rules Sec. 5. The state board shall adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 to implement this chapter. As added by P.L.136-2016, SEC.1. Indiana Code 2016

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