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Council While under the jurisdiction of the
Department of Public Safety and Correctional Ser-
vices, the Council is within the State Department
of Education for budgetary and administrative pur-
poses (Code Education Article, sees 22-101
through 22-104)

EDUCATION COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR
STATE HOSPITAL CENTERS & JUVENILE
INSTITUTIONS

Chairperson Joseph L Shilling, State
Superintendent of Schools

Appointed by Governor Evelyn Mane Johnson,
Ph D , 1989, Wilbert L Walker, three vacancies

Ex officw vacancy, designee of Secretary of Health
& Mental Hygiene, Stuart B Silver, M D ,
Director, Mental Hygiene Administration, Lois M
Meszaros, Ph D , Director, Developmental
Disabilities Administration, Nancy S Grasmick,
Secretary of Juvenile Services, Richard C Hunter,
Baltimore City Superintendent of Public
Instruction, Dr Robert Y Dubel, Baltimore
County Superintendent of Schools, Dr Harry Pitt,
Montgomery County Superintendent of Schools

200 W Baltimore St
Baltimore, MD 21201 333 2100

The Education Coordinating Council for State
Hospital Centers and Juvenile Institutions was
formed in 1976 (Chapter 539, Acts of 1976) The
Council develops and monitors an educational pro
gram for each State hospital center and juvenile
residential institution The Council is within the
State Department of Education for administrative
and budgetary purposes only Technical assistance
and support for the Council are provided by the
Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the
State Department of Education
The Council consists of thirteen members Eight
serve ex officio and five are public members ap
pointed to five year terms by the Governor (Code
Education Article, sees 22 201 through 22 205)

PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS ^ TEACHER
EDUCATION BOARD

Dr Gary E Dunkleberger, Chairperson, 1991

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice & consent
Dr C Raymond Anderson, Jane A Follmer, Dr
Gerald Johnson, Howard Marshall, William T
Middleton, Jolly B Morton, Karl K Pence, Jr ,
Shelore Williams, Dr John L Wisthoff Terms
expire 1990

Dr Ora S Anderson, Lon-aine Cornish, Elizabeth
Draper-Bnce, Dr David J Fell, Carolee Smith,
Guffne Smith Terms expire 1991

State Department ofEd.ucatwn/237

Ann Chambers; Dr Margaret Denman-West,
Helen G Herlocker, Charles Ross, Dr Jeanne
Stevenson, Terence Weaver Terms expire 1992

Ex officio Joseph L Shilling, State Superintendent
of Schools

848 8280

The Professional Standards and Teacher Educa
tion Board originated as an advisory board estab-
lished by die State Board of Education in 1971 It
was created by statute in 1991 (House Bill 733,
Acts of 1991) Through the adoption of regula
tions, the Professional Standards and Teacher
Education Board sets the standards for certification
of teachers and other professional personnel, and
the requirements for preparation of teachers and
other education personnel in each public school
The Board's twenty-five members are appointed
to three year terms by the Governor with Senate
advice and consent (Code Education Article, sees
6 701 through 6-708)

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
Raymond H Brown, Assistant State
Superintendent
333-2648

The Office of Administration and Finance
develops and implements Department policies,
procedures, and systems for administrative opera-
tions The Office oversees six areas school facilities,
nutrition and transportation services, budget, ac
counting and reports, general services, and or
gamzation and personnel

SCHOOL FACILITIES OFFICE
Allen C Abend, Chief
333-2534

The School Facilities Office helps local school
systems with long-range plans for facilities,
development of capital improvement programs,
educational specifications and design, and construe
tion and maintenance of school facilities The Office
oversees approval of locally funded school con-
struction projects by the State Superintendent of
Schools and represents the Department on the
Interagency Committee on School Construction
The Office also collects and analyzes energy use data
for each public school

OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS &
SPECIAL PROJECTS

Philip Thorn, Assistant State Superintendent
333 2204

Under the State Superintendent of Schools, the
Office of Communications and Special Projects
directs five functions governmental relations, local
liaison, public information and publications, equal

 



 
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