Senate Committee on Occupational Education, Interim - 62nd R.S. (1971)
- The committee shall review the overall problems of occupational education, including (1) the effectiveness of the State Advisory Council for Technical-Vocational Education in accomplishing its duties as set forth in SB 261, 61st Legislature, Regular session; (2) the funding of occupational education programs; (3) the need for the state to coordinate all programs that relate to the training of manpower; (4) the need to revise occupational education curriculum; (5) problems in teacher training and counseling; and (6) a review of state licensing and examining boards.*
* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.
Appointed by Lieutenant Governor, pursuant to SR 1148, which renamed the Senate Committee on Vocational-Technical Education from the 60th-61st Legislatures as the Senate Committee on Occupational Education. Members listed in Interim Committees: 62nd-66th Legislatures, 1971-1979, L1800.1 In8 1971-79
Charge abstract is from Interim Committees: 62nd-66th Legislatures, 1971-1979, L1800.1 In8 1971-79.
David Ratliff (Member) resigned 4/25/1972.
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