Student board members

March 1996
Education Week;3/6/96, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p22
Cites Tennessee House and Senate education committees' passage of a bill under which school boards would be able to name high school students as advisory, nonvoting members. Differences between the House and Senate bills.


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