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Higher Ed Constitutional Amendment

Higher Ed Constitutional Amendment

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Proposed Higher Ed Constitutional Amendment, 2011-12 ND legislative Interim Session
Proposed Higher Ed Constitutional Amendment, 2011-12 ND legislative Interim Session

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13.9258.01000
 
Prepared by the North Dakota Legislative Council
 
staff for Representative Carlson
 
March 2012
SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT CREATINGDEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION (13.3006.01000)
SECTION 1.
1. Department of Higher Education
Created for administration of public higher education at Bismarck, Bottineau, Devils Lake, Dickinson,Fargo, Grand Forks, Mayville, Minot, Valley City, Wahpeton, and Williston2. Director of Higher Education
Appointed by the Governor
Term of office is three years - Renewable
Removable by the Governor - For cause3. Director of Higher Education - Qualifications
Doctoral degree
Familiarity with higher education delivery and administration
Committed to development and maintenance of an educational system that:
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Provides academic and technical training opportunities for students
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Meets current and future educational and workforce challenges4. Higher Education Council
Eleven members
Appointed by the Governor with advice and consent of three of the following:
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Majority Leader - House of Representatives
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Minority Leader - House of Representatives
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Majority Leader - Senate
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Minority Leader - Senate
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President Pro Tempore - Senate
Individual members - Must understand purpose and mission of higher education
Group - Must be balanced and representativeMust understand function of higher education with respect to agriculture, arts, commerce andfinance, manufacturing, mineral extraction, natural resources, and professions5. Higher Education Council - Terms of office
Three years - Staggered
Maximum of two consecutive terms6. Higher Education Council - Chairman
Annually designated by the Governor
Maximum of two consecutive designations7. Higher Education Council - Meetings
Must meet quarterly
Regular meetings - At the call of the chairman
Special meetings - Upon petition of five council members
 APPENDIX C

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