Since 1992, Kansas statute has required every school seeking accreditation have a building site council (BSC). KESA regulations will require participation of the building site council in the district's accreditation process.
Kansas Statute 72-6439(d)
KSDE Factoid - Building Site Councils (pdf)
Highly Effective Site Councils - Kansas Association of School Boards
KESA regulations will require every school system seeking accreditation to have a district site council (DSC). KESA regulations will require participation of the district site council in the system's accreditation process.
KSDE Factoid - District Site Councils (pdf)
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