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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-1755-2a
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DEPARTMENT
OFFICE
OF
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CHIEF
OF
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1755.
OPNAVINST
NMPC-66
C)PNAV
1755.2A
INSTRUCTION
From:
Chief
of
Naval
Operations
Subj :
EDUCATION
OF DEFENSE
Ref:
(a)
Public
Law 95-561,
of 1978/” November
“Department
99-’145,
November
81
1986/”
Encl :
(1)
DOD
ADVISORY
COMMITTEES
DEPENDENTS
SCHOOLS
AND COUNCILS
(DODDS)
DEPARTMENT
“Defense
Dependents’
Education
Act
1~ 1978/
as amended
bY public
Law
of Defense
Authorization
Act~
1985
1342.15,
Instruction
FOR
27
March
1997
To implement
the administrative
~nd logistic
1. Purpose.
for DoDDS’
Educational
Advisory
Committees
responsibilities
as authorized
in enclosure
(l).
Councils
in the Navy~
2.
OPNAVINST
Cancellation.
and
1755.2.
This
instruction
confirms~
clarifies
and
3.
Discussion.
establishes
objectives
policies~
responsibilities?
and procedures
regarding
School
Advisory
Committees
(SACs)~
InstallaComponent
Command
Advisory
tion
Advisory
Committees
(IACS)/
Councils
(CCACS)/
Theater
Education
Councils
(TECs)~
and ‘he
(DEC)
for the overseas
school
Dependents
Education
Council
of Defense
Dependents
Schools
system
operated
by the Department
(DoDDs),
consistent
Action.
4.
will=ment
installation
with
reference
(a).
Those
naval
installations
hosting
DoDDS
Schools
immediately
the policies
perta~ning
to support
commanders
contained
in enclosure
(l).
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OPNAVINST
Department of Defense
1755.2A
O 9 JUL 1987
INSTRUCTION
March
27, 1987
NUMBER
1342.15
h
ASD(FM&P)
SUBJECT :
Educational
References:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
A.
REISSUANCE
Advisory
Committees
and Councils
DoD Instruction 5105.49, “Local Educational Advisory
Committees,” January 2, 1981 (hereby canceled)
Public Law 95-561, “Defense Dependents’ Education Act of
1978,” November 1, 1978, as amended by Public Law 99-145,
“Department of Defense Authorization
Act, 1986,” November
1985
DoD Directive 1342.6, “Department of Defense Dependents
Schools (DoDDS),” October 17, 1978
DoD Directive 5124.2, “Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Force Management and Personnel),” July 5, 1985
DoD Directive 5000.19, “Policies for the Management and
Control of Information Requirements,”
March 12, 1976
8,
AND PURPOSE
This Instruction reissues reference (a) to confirm, clarify, and establish
objectives, policies, responsibilities,
and procedures regarding School Advisory Committees
(SACS), Installation Advisory Committees (IACS), Component
Command Advisory Councils (CCACS), Theater Education Councils (TECS), and the
Dependents Education Council (DEC) for the overseas school system operated by
the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS), consistent with references
(b) and (c).
B.
APPLICABILITY
This Instruction applies to the Office’of the Secretary of Defense, the
Military Departments,
the Organization
of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the
Unified and Specified Commands, the Defense Agencies, and the employees of
DoDDS (hereafter referred to collectively as “DoD Components”).
c.
DEFINITIONS
The terms
D.
used in this Instruction
are defined
in enclosure
1.
POLICY
1. It is DoD policy that family and professional
school employee
participation
be encouraged in the formation and operation of local overseas
advisory committees to promote the vitality of these committees and to preserve
The establishment
of SACS and
their integrity and independence of action.
IACS , in accordance with references (b), as amended, (c), and (d), fosters
Enclosure
(1)
participation
in school affairs by members of the school and military communities and provides a coordinated process to address and resolve issues at the
lowest practical level.
parents
priate,
a. Each school shall operate a SAC, with membership elected from among
of students ) Professional
school emPloYees> and students) where approto advise the principal on school matters.
b. When only one school is located on a military installation, the SAC
shall also serve as the IAC.
In this case, the SAC shall advise both the school
principal and the installation commander.
c. When the military installation has more than one school, an IAC
shall be established;
it shall be composed of two representatives
from each of
the SACS and, when appropriate,
a student from one or more of the SACS.
2.
It is DoD policy to encourage the formation and operation of regional
overseas advisory councils to promote communication
and problem solving among
school administrators,
military leaders, and local advisory committees.
a.
established
issues, and
authorities
When determined appropriate by the theater commander, a CCAC may be
to review IAC recommendations,
to facilitate resolution of regional
to refer broader issues and unresolved problems to appropriate
or the TEC.
b. Each theater commander shall establish a TEC to review recommendations
from component commands, DoDDS regions, and CCACS (if applicable) within the
The TEC will also discuss any issue that can
theater’s area of responsibility.
If an
affect or is affecting the educational environment within the theater.
issue cannot be resolved within the theater, the TEC shall forward the issue to
the appropriate authority for resolution.
3. The DEC is established by DoD Directive 1342.6 (reference (c)). The
chairman of the DEC, or designee, shall respond in writing to any recommendation
or request forwarded to the DEC by a TEC, Military Department, or an advisory
group (SAC, IAC, CCAC) through appropriate command channels.
E.
RESPONSIBILITIES
and mil1. Every parent, teacher, sponsor, student, DoDDS administrator,
itary commander shall share the responsibility
to work collectively in supporting the schools, in enhancing programs, and improving not only the delivery
of educational programs and support services to DoDDS students, but also the
overall quality of life shared by all personnel in the American overseas
communities , of which the schools are an integral part.
2. Crucial to the success of this program is the leadership provided by
the elected chairperson of each of the local SACS and IACS within each community.
An advisory committee can only be as successful in meeting its responsibilities
as the chairperson is committed to ensuring that the committee becomes a vital
adjunct to the school, the community it serves, and the installation on which
it is located.
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