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Nelson replied, that, in essence, the Curricular Policy Committee is the agent of the Senate to act on HU-SS matters and that it is the task of the Committee to somehow reach an agreement between the involved parties.
Hennessy asked specifically whether the Departments of Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering can come to the Senate Curricular Policy Committee with their HU-SS lists and "argue it out" with the Committee.
Nelson responded that the Course Change Proposal is not too drastic a change from past practice, that it does incorporate what the Curricular Impact Committee recommended but his disappointment is that the Course Change Proposal was at no time presented to the Senate.
Miller said that the Course Change Proposal does not have to be presented to the Senate.
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Senator Hennessy asked if there is a discussion between a department and the Senate, whether the Curricular Policy Committee represents the Senate.
The mission of the Office of K-12 School Choice is to support quality public and private educational choice programs by providing information and assistance to promote successful outcomes for students, families, institutions and communities.
The primary purpose of the District-Charter Collaborative Compact (DCCC) is to encourage and support Districts in the development and implementation of sustainable strategies to ensure that all students, especially those currently attending or zoned for schools in high-need areas, have access to highly effective schools.
Nelson responded that apparently the College of Engineering has chosen through their College of Engineering Committee on HU-SS to act as an entire school. Patton, the chairman of the Engineer's Committee and they have come up with their version of what they would like to have in the HU-SS list, and apparently that committee does represent Hennessy's Department of Civil Engineering as well as all of the others in the College of Engineering.
Nelson said he had been told last year that the Senate Curricular Policy Committee sat down with Dr.