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A 2012 proposed {{lrcafull}} would shift some of the authority from the Board of Education to the elected [[North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction|superintendent]]. Specifically, the board would become an advisory panel. Eight of the 11 board members would be chosen by the House speaker and Senate president.<ref>[http://www.dailyjournal.net/view/story/03f83f86e5874013aa826d718646e3bb/NC-XGR--Schools-Superintendent/ ''Associated Press'',"House committee debates whether NC education power should shift to elected superintendent," May 10, 2011]</ref> In order to qualify the measure for the ballot, the proposal must be approved by a 60% vote of each house of the [[North Carolina State Legislature]]. The current state constitution gives the Board of Education the authority supervise and administer public schools and the superintendent is named as the board's chief administrative officer and secretary.
 
  
 
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A 2012 proposed {{lrcafull}} would shift some of the authority from the Board of Education to the elected [[North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction|superintendent]]. Specifically, the board would become an advisory panel. Eight of the 11 board members would be chosen by the House speaker and Senate president.<ref>[http://www.dailyjournal.net/view/story/03f83f86e5874013aa826d718646e3bb/NC-XGR--Schools-Superintendent/ ''Associated Press'',"House committee debates whether NC education power should shift to elected superintendent," May 10, 2011]</ref> In order to qualify the measure for the ballot, the proposal must be approved by a 60% vote of each house of the [[North Carolina State Legislature]]. The current state constitution gives the Board of Education the authority supervise and administer public schools and the superintendent is named as the board's chief administrative officer and secretary.
 
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Revision as of 13:17, 5 July 2011

North Carolina

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The North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction is an elected executive position in the North Carolina state government.

Current officeholder

The current officeholder is June St. Clair Atkinson. She was first elected in 2004, re-elected in 2008, and is up for re-election in 2012.

Authority

Qualifications

Election

Vacancies

Duties

2012 ballot measure

North Carolina State Board of Education Amendment (2012)

A 2012 proposed legislatively-referred constitutional amendment would shift some of the authority from the Board of Education to the elected superintendent. Specifically, the board would become an advisory panel. Eight of the 11 board members would be chosen by the House speaker and Senate president.[1] In order to qualify the measure for the ballot, the proposal must be approved by a 60% vote of each house of the North Carolina State Legislature. The current state constitution gives the Board of Education the authority supervise and administer public schools and the superintendent is named as the board's chief administrative officer and secretary.

Divisions of the office

Compensation

Former officeholders

Coming soon

Contact information

See also

External links

References