5. Education

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DANE COUNTY

(Descriptions are directly from the website, will update with better information)

 
CITY OF MADISON
  • Early Childhood Care and Education Committee - Madison General Ordinance Section 33.16 (7) - Advise and make recommendations to the Community Services Committee and to the Office of Community Services on policy and guidelines for the Madison Child Care Program; duties include, but shall not be limited to: evaluating programs and assessing community needs; establishing eligibility criteria for approved child care centers, tuition aid, grants and loans; and implementing the Child Care Program. The committee shall conduct hearings and make determinations in appeals from actions of of the Community Services Supervisor pursuant to Sec. 3.18(3)(c)3 of the Madison General Ordinances. (Title of body changed from board to commtitee per MGO Sec. 33.16(7), adopted 3-17-2009, effective 8-1-2009.) Per ORD-13-00161, File ID 30809 (effective 10-10-2013) - committee size decreased from an 11-person body to 9-person body, eliminating two Citizen Member positions. Also, two position titles changed: Day Care Service Consumer changed to Child Care Service Conumer and Day Care Worker changed to Child Care Worker.
  • Education Committee - Madison General Ordinance Section 33.28 - EDUCATION COMMITTEE (previously entitled Board of Education/Common Council Liaison Committee) - serves as a formal channel of communication and policy recommendations regarding issues of shared concern between the City of Madison, the Madison Metropolitan School District Board of Education, and Dane County. The Committee shall meet on an as-needed basis. ORD-12-00074, file id# 26135; adopted 6/12/2012
  • MATC Downtown Education Advisory Committee - Mayor has one aldermanic appointment (preferably from the 4th District or an adjoining district) for an unlimited term. Other mayoral appointments may be made. (NOTE: Appointment listing shows only those appointment(s) made by the Mayor and confirmed by the Common Council.)
 
 

*Please see the local school boards for more information.

*Towns and Villages information coming soon.