Advisory Council Interest Form
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction State Superintendent's Advisory Council on Blind and Visual Impairment Education. The Blind and Visual Impairment Education Council advises the state superintendent on statewide activities that will benefit students who are blind or visually impaired; makes recommendations for improvements in services provided by the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired; and proposes ways to improve the preparation of teachers and staff and coordination between the department and other agencies that offer services to the visually impaired.

There are 17 members on this Council. At times there may be a vacancy. If you have interest in nomination for an applicable position that may become open, please complete this form. A Council representative will contact you if there becomes a need in an area you would like to be considered for.

The council was created as the Council on the Blind by Chapter 276, Laws of 1969, renamed as the Council on the Education of the Blind in Chapter 292, Laws of 1971, and renamed and substantially revised by 1999 Wisconsin Act 9. Its composition and duties are prescribed in Sections 15.377 (1) and 115.37 of the statutes.

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