Education Assessment and Accountability Review Subcommittee




<MeetMDY1> November 21, 2017


Call to Order and Roll Call

The<MeetNo2> regular meeting of the Education Assessment and Accountability Review Subcommittee was held on<Day> Tuesday,<MeetMDY2> November 21, 2017, at<MeetTime> 1:02 p.m., in<Room> Room 129 of the Capitol Annex. Representative Daniel Elliott, Chair, called the meeting to order, and the secretary called the roll.


Present were:


Members:<Members> Senator Max Wise, Co-Chair; Representative Daniel Elliott, Co-Chair; Senator Mike Wilson; Representatives Derrick Graham, and Steve Riley.


Guests: Wayne Young, Executive Director, Kentucky Association of School Administrators.


LRC Staff: Joshua Collins, Lauren Busch, and Maurya Allen.


Approval of October 17, 2017 Minutes

Representative Graham made a motion to approve the minutes of the October 17, 2017 meeting, seconded by Senator Wise. The motion passed by voice vote.


Chairman Elliot recognized David Wickersham, Director, Office of Education Accountability (OEA) to speak regarding the retirement of Tammy Daniel. Ms. Daniel has just over 30 years of service with state government, and has served with OEA since 1992. Mr. Wickersham noted how instrumental she has been to the Investigations Division of OEA and how helpful she was when he took the position of director. Chairman Elliot, speaking on behalf of all the members of the committee, thanked Ms. Daniel for her service and wished her well in retirement.


Approval of the 2018 Research Agenda

Chairman Elliot directed membersí attention to the proposed 2018 Research Agenda for OEA that was included in their folders, together with memo outlining agenda topics. David Wickersham, Director, OEA, and Dr. Bart Liguori, Research Division Director, OEA, were present to answer any questions.


There being no questions, Senator Wise made a motion to approve the proposed agenda, seconded by Representative Riley. The motion passed by voice vote.


††††††††††† Chairman Elliot informed members that they would be notified of the next meeting when it was scheduled, but that a January meeting was likely for reviewing administrative regulations containing the new assessment and accountability system. With no further business to come before the committee, the meeting was adjourned at 1:07 p.m.