State education board begins commissioner post discussion

The State Board of Education & Early Development will meet next month to discuss applications for the Commissioner of Education & Early Development position.

The meeting will take place May 2 in Anchorage. It will be a private executive session followed by member comments. The board will not take public comments at this meeting.

To listen to the open portion of the meeting, call 1-844-586-9085 for calls made outside of Juneau, or call 586-9085 in Juneau. The meeting’s audio will be streamed at 11 a.m. at www.alaskalegislature.tv/. Click on the meeting name to listen to the proceedings.

The board meets at the Atwood Building, Room 106, 550 West Seventh Avenue, Anchorage. The board may amend its published agenda, and agenda times are estimates only. The board’s meeting packet is available online two weeks prior to each meeting at education.alaska.gov/State_Board/.

Persons with disabilities who need accommodations to participate should contact Shawn Sypeck at 465-2802 or email shawn.sypeck@alaska.gov at least five days before an accommodation is needed. For more information, call 465-2800.

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