§ 16-63-10. Community education.
(a) Adult education programs and services, to the extent feasible, shall be designed and implemented in accordance with a local control model, commonly known as "community education," as set forth in the former federal Community Schools and Comprehensive Community Education Act, title VIII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, formerly codified at 20 U.S.C. § 3281 et seq., and any amendments to it, extensions of it, or successor legislation.
(b) There shall be citizen participation in determining needs and interests and in planning, organizing, overseeing, and evaluating adult education programs and services. This participation shall be effected through advisory councils which shall be established to serve particular cities and towns, or combinations of these, or service districts pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
(c) Local education authorities shall be involved directly and substantially, but not necessarily solely or primarily, in the administration and operation of local or area adult education programs and services. Adult education activities shall be conducted in coordination with other human services at the state, area, and community levels. There shall be maximum utilization of all appropriate public buildings, facilities, and resources.
(P.L. 1981, ch. 416, § 1.)