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meet during the interims to develop programs
and projects to accomplish Committee goals. The
Committee's purpose is to 1) promote meaningful
employment opportunities for qualified mentally,
physically and emotionally disabled individuals as
defined by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as
amended; 2) develop a climate of public aware-
ness and understanding of barriers to employ-
ment that disabled individuals face and of the
laws that ensure equal opportunity; and 3) pro-
mote an understanding among handicapped indi-
viduals of opportunities available for habilitation
and rehabilitation so that more will develop mar-
ketable job skills.


Richard A. Batterton, Assistant State Superinten-
dent in Vocational Rehabilitation

Mr. Adrian Bergin, Rhoda Eskwith, Daniel Hill,
JoAnn Iglehart, Eileen Leaman, Donald B.
Loeschke, Karen Mallam, Celestine Morgan,
Patricia Murphy, Catherine Raggio.

200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 659-2294

In accordance with Chapter 515, Acts of 1982,
the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation has es-
tablished an Advisory Committee to provide
guidance to the Division in the development of
the Attendant Care Program. The Program pro-
vides financial assistance to eligible physically dis-
abled individuals.

The Attendant Care Program Advisory Com-
mittee consists of consumers and representatives
from the Medicaid Personal Care Program, De-
partment of Health and Mental Hygiene; the
Non-retarded Developmentally Disabled Program
Division of the Mental Retardation and Develop-
mental Disabilities Administration, Department
of Health and Mental Hygiene; the Department
of Personnel; the Governor's Committee on Em-
ployment of the Handicapped; the Maryland
Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities;
the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, State
Department of Education; and advocacy organi-


Addison S. Hobbs, Assistant State Superintendent
Telephone: 659-2075

This Division is responsible for the administra-

tion, supervision, and evaluation of vocational-
technical education in the State. In carrying out
this responsibility, the Division provides leader-
ship and assistance to educational and related
agencies, institutions, organizations, business, in-
dustry, and commerce in the planning, develop-
ment, improvement, evaluation, and expansion of
educational and training programs.

Programs administered by the Division are of-
fered in both public and private institutions and
are available to both school age students and
adult citizens of Maryland.


Chairperson: Lucy Keker

Representing the State Board for Higher Educa-
tion: Joseph Harrison Ager, Lucy Keker, Rich-
ard R. Kline.

Representing the State Board of Education: May
B. Bolt, Rosetta G. Kerr, Frederick K.

David W. Hornbeck, State Superintendent of

Sheldon H. Knorr, Commissioner/or Higher Edu-

do State Board for Higher Education
16 Francis St.
Annapolis 21401 Telephone: 269-2971

c/o State Board of Education
200 West Baltimore St.
Baltimore 21201 Telephone: 659-2000

The Education Coordinating Committee was
created by Chapter 538, Acts of 1976, to coordi-
nate the policies and activities of the State Board
of Education, the State Superintendent of
Schools, the State Board for Higher Education,
and the Commissioner for Higher Education. The
Committee studies, considers, and makes recom-
mendations regarding educational policies that
concern or have an effect on elementary, second-
ary, or higher education.

By Chapter 888, Acts of 1982, the Lida Lee
Tall Learning Resource Center was placed under
the jurisdiction of the Education Coordinating
Committee. The Center is located on the Towson
State University campus.

The Committee consists of three members of
the State Board of Education selected by its Pres-
ident, three members of the State Board for
Higher Education selected by the Chairperson,


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