Advisory Committee Description and Roles
This stakeholder group represents those directly or indirectly impacted. To facilitate this grassroots effort, the Advisory Committee was formed. It is comprised of local school board members, superintendents, and treasurers, along with active and retired Greene County community education management leaders. Its roles are to meet quarterly to:
Task Force Description and Roles
A task force will be established to address each of the six topics listed below, for a total of six task forces.
The real work of the project will be done in these task forces. They will be comprised of key informants and specialists from each of the school districts and other community stakeholders. The intent is to have only one school district member on each of the task forces. The task force members will:
Wright State University’s Center for Urban and Public Affairs’ Roles
Task forces will be supported by Wright State University’s Center for Urban and Public Affairs, which will facilitate online meetings so that task force members will not have to travel to meetings, provide meeting summaries, conduct other management and administrative tasks, collect and use financial data to calculate potential cost savings, and provide research support and best practices from elsewhere in Ohio or other states.
Process Management Committee
The Process Management Committee’s role is solely to provide guidance to the Project Manager about process possibilities and has no authority about content, outcomes or decisions.
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