Suggested Education Team Participants: (list of key stakeholders, recruitment priorities) All committee members are volunteers and are expected to adhere to Inkster Task Force by-laws, policies and procedures and to the Education Engagement Group charter and budget. Members assume and complete assignments to carry out the scope of work of this committee, and participate in regular meetings as scheduled. Members are responsible for giving appropriate notice to chair upon resignation.
Authority: the Education Engagement Group is established as a standing committee of the Inkster Task Force Board. Oversight for this committee’s actions rests with the Inkster Task Force Board and Engagement group co-chairs, which are Fleda Fleming and Kate Brady-Medley for the current year. All committee activities should be coordinated with the larger Task Force Board.
Governance: Per Task Force by-laws, the Education Engagement Group is overseen by a chair or co-chairs, selected by Board membership, generally made by consensus process, although a more formal process of voting may be employed as necessary. Meetings are called by the Engagement group chair. Any member of the committee may bring a matter before the committee for its consideration. Chairs are responsible for calling meetings, setting the agenda, directing activities of the committee, making assignments to the committee members and reporting to the Board of Directors.
Timing: The group will furnish written and oral reports at regular Board of Directors meetings, including any actions requested by the committee. The group will conduct its business primarily through face to face meetings and electronic communication. (HOW OFTEN WILL YOU MEET?)
Summary of the Issue: (DESCRIPTION OF WHY THIS IS AN IMPORTANT FOCUS FOR ITF AND THE COMMUNITY)
Data Overview: (KEY DATA THAT SUPPORTS THE NEED FOR THIS TEAM)
Purpose: The Education Engagement group seeks to serve the community by informing and mobilizing the larger Task Force body, making recommendations with regards to Educational issues facing the community of Inkster, including needs, resources, capacity, planning, implementation and evaluation. Education issues include developmental and academic issues for children 0 to 18, and their caregivers.