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is regularly reviewed and core themes are measured and analyzed annually. Standards such
as legislative actions and mandates are also evaluated whenever external influences suggest
modifications. This is done at the President’s Administrative Council (PAC). Collective
bargaining is not a part of operations or decision making.
Governing Board
2.A.4 Functioning Governing Board
The Idaho SBOE consists of eight members, plus an executive director who oversees
professional staff who support the efforts of the Board and assist the post-secondary
institutions. Members of the SBOE do not have contractual, employment, or financial
interests in EITC. The roles, responsibilities and authority of the SBOE and EITC are clearly
defined in policy, both at the board and institution levels.
2.A.5 Board Acts Only as a Committee of the Whole
SBOE Policies and Procedures Manual,
clearly delineates the board rules for policy making. The board acts as a committee of the
whole when establishing policy and delegates authority appropriately
2.A.6 Board Oversight of Institutional Policies
The SBOE meets six times during the year as a full committee to review and act upon
institutional and board policy recommendations. The review of SBOE policy is a regular
activity. Revisions of policy are made after input is received from committees,
representatives of the public institutions, and other stakeholders. The Board conducts an
annual self-evaluation, pe
2.A.7 Selection and Evaluation of Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
The Idaho SBOE selects the CEO of EITC by establishing a search committee comprised of a
board member and representatives from the institution and stakeholders from the local
community. The board conducts an annual evaluation of the chief executive officer during
the annual board retreat which is scheduled each May. The board delegates appropriate
authority and responsibility to the chief executive officer, which is clearly addressed in state
board polic
2.A.8 Board Evaluation
The SBOE annually evaluates its performance by means of a formal self-assessment done in
conjunction with strategic planning. This assessment process is described i
of
SBOE policy
Leadership and Management
2.A.9 Effective System of Leadership
EITC’s leadership is vested in the President’s Advisory Council. Members of the Council are
qualified administrators with appropriate levels of responsibility and accountability. The VP
for Instruction and Student Affairs guides the instructional divisions, the Library, and
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