PUBLIC LAW 90-576-OCT. 16, 1968
"(ii) representative of community and junior colleges and other institutions of higher education, area vocational schools, technical institutes, and jx)stsecondary or adult education agencies or institutions, which may provide programs of vocational or technical education and training, "(iii) familiar with the administration of State and local vocational education programs, and a person or persons having special knowledge, experience, or qualifications with respect to vocational education and who are not involved in the administration of State or local vocational education programs, "(iv) familiar with programs of technical and vocational education, including programs in comprehensive secondary schools, "(v) representative of local educational agencies, and a person or jjersons who are representative of school boards, "(vi) representative of manpower and vocational education agencies in the State, including a person or persons from the Comprehensive Area Manpower Planning System of the State, "(vii) representing school systems with large concentrations of academically, socially, economically, and culturally disadvantaged students, "(viii) having special knowledge, experience, or qualifications, with respect to the special educational needs of physically or mentally handicapped persons, and " (ix) representative of the general public, including a person or persons representative of and knowledgeable about the poor and disadvantaged, who are not qualified for membership under any of the preceding clauses of this paragraph; " (B) advise the State board on the development of and policy matters arising in the administration of the State plan submitted pursuant to part B of this title, including the preparation of longrange and annual program plans pursuant to paragraphs (4) and (5) of section 123(a); " (C) evaluate vocational education programs, services, and activities Eissisted under this title, and publish and distribute the results thereof; and " (D) prepare and submit through the State board to the Commissioner and to the National Council an annual evaluation report, accompanied by such additional comments of the Stat© board as the State board deems appropriate, which (i) evaluates the effectiveness of vocational education programs, services, and activities carried out in the year under review m meeting the program objectives set forth in the long-range program plan and the annual program plan provided for in paragraphs (4) and (5) of section 123 (a), and (ii) recommends such changes in such p r o - a m s, services, and activities as may be warranted by the evaluations. "(2) Not less than ninety days prior to the beginning of any fiscal year ending after June 30, 1969, in which a State desires to receive a grant under this title, that State shall certify the establishment of, and membership of, its State Advisory Council to the Commissioner. "(3) Each State Advisory Council shall meet within thirty days after certification has been accepted by the Commissioner and select from among its membership a chairman. The time, place, and manner of meeting shall be as provided by the rules of the State Advisory Council, except that such rules must provide for not less than one public meeting each year at which the public is given opportunity to express views concerning vocational education.