Coalition of Minorities Advisory Committee Meeting

photo collage of minority studentsThe Utah State Board of Education Coalition of Minorities Advisory Committee (CMAC) has two major purposes:

  • Advise the Utah State Board of Education, its offices and other public and private groups concerned with the provision of educational services to ethnic minority students and
  • Independently monitor Utah’s efforts to provide appropriate services, especially the activities of the Utah State Office of Education.

Through accomplishing these two purposes, CMAC becomes an effective advocacy group for the educational needs of ethnic minority students.

CMAC is involved in its advisory role at all levels of the decision-making process as decisions are formulated, in response to decisions, and in facilitation of future directions.

Learn more about CMAC and find the contact information for the CMAC members on the USOE Web site at http://www.schools.utah.gov/equity/CMAC.aspx

COALITION OF MINORITIES ADVISORY COMMITTEE (CMAC)
Sept. 27, 2012
12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Utah State Office of Education
Boardrooms
250 E. and 500 South, SLC

AGENDA

CMAC’s Purpose: To be an effective advocacy group for the educational needs of ethnic minority students.
Please be ready to begin at 12:00 noon

Welcome and Introduction – Ike Spencer, CMAC Chair
Cultural Reverence – Aida Santos-Mattingley

1. Approval of August 23, 2012 Meeting Minutes – Ike Spencer

2. Multicultural CommissionEducation Sub-committee (ESC) Representative to CMAC – Brenda Hales, Associate Superintendent/USOE

3. Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) Process – Richard Gomez, Coordinator, Ed. Equity-USOE

4. Standing Agenda item : USOE Social Media – Roxana Orellana, USOE Social Media Specialist

5. Chair Report – Ike Spencer
MESA Funding Restoration : Information item
State Board At-risk Funding Ranking

Adjourn

THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.

The next CMAC meeting is scheduled for Oct. 25, 2012 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Utah State Office of Education in the Boardrooms.

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