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PDFWAC 181-78A-209

Professional education advisory boards—Membership.

The professional education advisory boards shall at a minimum consist of the following:
(1) teacher.
(a) One-half or more of the voting members are classroom teachers. All, but one, must be appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association. The remaining teacher must be employed in a state-approved private school and appointed by the Washington Federation of Independent Schools.
(b) At least one principal appointed by the president of the Association of Washington School Principals.
(c) At least one school administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.
(d) At least one educational staff associate (school counselor, school psychologist, school social worker, school nurse, school occupational therapist, school physical therapist, or school speech language pathologist or audiologist) appointed by the president of the individual's professional association.
(e) At least one institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.
(f) At programs where career and technical education programs are offered in conjunction with general educator residency certification programs, one career and technical education director or career and technical education teacher, with expertise in one of the approved career and technical education programs at the institution or organization, appointed by the Washington Association of Career and Technical Administrators in cooperation with the institution or organization.
(2) career and technical education business and industry route teacher.
(a) One-half or more of the voting members are career and technical education teachers. One-half of these teachers must be recommended by the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education. The remaining teachers must be appointed by the educator preparation program. At least one career and technical education teacher on the advisory board must be prepared through a Washington state business and industry route preparation program.
(b) At least one career and technical education director recommended by the Washington Association for Career and Technical Administrators.
(c) At least one secondary school administrator recommended by the Washington Association of Career and Technical Administrators' area group associated with the educator preparation program.
(d) At least one career and technical education career guidance specialist, or one career and technical education occupational information specialist, or one career and technical education counselor.
(e) At least one institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.
(3) administrator.
(a) One-half or more of the voting members are administrators. One-half of these administrators must be appointed by the president of the Washington Association of School Administrators. The remaining administrators shall be appointed by the president of the Association of Washington School Principals except one who shall be employed in an approved private school and appointed by the Washington Federation of Independent Schools.
(b) At least one or more classroom teachers appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.
(c) At least one educational staff associate (school counselor, school psychologist, school social worker, school nurse, school occupational therapist, school physical therapist, or school speech language pathologist or audiologist) appointed by the president of the individual's professional association.
(d) At least one institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.
(4) cte administrator.
(a) One-half or more of the voting members are certificated career and technical education administrators. One-half of these administrators must be recommended by the Washington Association of Career and Technical Administrators' area group associated with the educator preparation program. The remaining administrators must be appointed by the educator preparation program.
(b) At least one or more career and technical education teacher recommended by the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education.
(c) At least one secondary school administrator recommended by the Washington Association of Career and Technical Administrators' area group associated with the program.
(d) At least one career and technical education career guidance specialist, or one career and technical education occupational information specialist, or one career and technical education counselor appointed by the educator preparation program.
(e) At least one institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.
(5) school counselor.
(a) At least one-half of the voting members are school counselors appointed by the president of the Washington School Counselors Association.
(b) At least one teacher appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.
(c) At least one principal appointed by the Association of Washington School Principals.
(d) At least one administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.
(e) At least one institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.
(6) school psychologist.
(a) At least one-half of the voting members are school psychologists appointed by the president of the Washington State Association of School Psychologists.
(b) At least one teacher appointed by the president of the Washington Education Association.
(c) At least one principal appointed by the Association of Washington School Principals.
(d) At least one administrator appointed by the Washington Association of School Administrators.
(e) At least one institution or organization representative who may serve in a voting or nonvoting role.
(7) membership appointments. Applicable to all professional association appointments, if the professional association does not respond to the program's request within sixty days of the receipt of the request, a program may appoint the representative of its choice in the role for which a representative is being sought. If the program makes an appointment, it must notify the appropriate professional association within one week that the appointment has been made. If an association is unable to appoint a representative due to the geographic restriction of possible candidates, the PEAB will appoint an alternate to represent that association with their consent.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 28A.410 RCW. WSR 20-20-092, § 181-78A-209, filed 10/5/20, effective 11/5/20. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.210. WSR 12-02-028, § 181-78A-209, filed 12/28/11, effective 1/28/12; WSR 11-01-047, § 181-78A-209, filed 12/7/10, effective 1/7/11; WSR 09-20-110, § 181-78A-209, filed 10/7/09, effective 11/7/09; WSR 07-04-004, § 181-78A-209, filed 1/24/07, effective 2/24/07. WSR 06-02-051, recodified as § 181-78A-209, filed 12/29/05, effective 1/1/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.410.010 and 28A.305.130 (1) through (4). WSR 02-04-018, § 180-78A-209, filed 1/24/02, effective 2/24/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2). WSR 01-03-151, § 180-78A-209, filed 1/24/01, effective 2/24/01; WSR 00-09-046, § 180-78A-209, filed 4/14/00, effective 5/15/00. Statutory Authority: RCW 28A.305.130 (1) and (2), 28A.410.010 and 28A.150.220(4). WSR 99-01-174, § 180-78A-209, filed 12/23/98, effective 1/23/99.]
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