The Educational Reform Bill signed into law in July 1993 requires that all schools in Massachusetts form School Advisory Councils (SAC). These councils consist of the school principal and representatives from the school, parent, and community. In the spirit of collaboration, the council provides parents with a meaningful opportunity to help shape programs and decisions, assisting the principal in identifying needs of the school community, adopting educational goals, and formulating the School Improvement Plan.
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