Shared Decision-Making Committee
Description: This campus-level planning and decision-making process was established in 1992 by the Board of Education to involve professional and non-professional staff members, parents, community members, and business representatives in public education. Participants at each school review the district's educational goals, objectives, and major districtwide classroom instructional programs to ensure they meet the standards set forth in the Texas Education Code.
How to Participate: The school principal determines the size of the committee and nominates members from the public sphere. School-based committee members are selected by secret ballot at the campus level. Contact your school's principal for details on how to be considered as a candidate or nominee. A list of schools, principals, and telephone numbers can be found in the School Locator.
For more information: you may wish to consult the related policy on this subject: BQB2 (Regulation) (.pdf).