ARTICLE IV-Organizational Structure

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ARTICLE IV-Organizational Structure


B. Divisions

1. Each Division shall elect a vice president from the membership of the Division. The term of office shall be three years. Vice presidents from Divisions with 750 members or more shall serve on the ACTE Board or Directors. The ACTE Board of Directors shall establish a system for sequencing the term of office of divisional vice presidents.

2. Each Division shall have a policy committee to plan and implement a strategic plan for the Division and assist in the implementation of the ACTE strategic plan.

3. The operating policies of the Divisions shall conform to policies approved by the ACTE Board of Directors and the ACTE Bylaws.

4. The Divisions shall organize to provide services to members at all instructional levels. Divisions may establish special interest groups that reflect the profile ii I he Division members.

5. Divisions must maintain 750 members by June 30 each year. Divisions whose membership drops below this level shall be permitted two years beyond the fiscal year in which the Ship dropped below the minimum required level to regain the minimum membership requirement before losing divisional status. Any Division railing to meet these requirements may become a section of the New and Related Services

6. Each Division is encouraged to have a committee to serve in an advisory capacity to the vice president representing the Division on the Board of Directors.

7. When a section in the Division of New and Related Services meets the following criteria, the New and Related Services Division may submit to the executive director a request for the section to become a Division.

a. The interest of the section is clearly defined as being directly involved in or closely related to career and technical education.

b. The section represents an interest that is national in scope.

c. The section cannot be identified in an existing Division and/or is not currently served by an existing Division.

d. The section is organized in the interest of expanding and improving career and technical education.

e. The section can identify at least 750 ACTE members eligible to vote who have declared affiliation with the section. …

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