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Allowing parents of former pupils to be appointed as parent governor and ending the current system where governing bodies have restrictions on the number of parent governors they may have.
Cllr Arwel Jones, Powys County Council's Cabinet Member for Schools, said: "I would like to congratulate the four governing bodies for achieving the Quality Mark Bronze Award.
The invaluable support that governing bodies can provide requires a relationship built on mutual respect, good communication and a shared vision for the school.
In schools across the country there are 40,000 unfilled places on governing bodies.
The level of sustained investment in the governing bodies reflects their central place in Irish sport," said Minister for Sport John O'Donoghue.
In fact, none of the in camera proceedings of which the church's governing bodies seem so fond, make much sense.
The study recommended that governing bodies view governance principles as innately linked to each other and support them as a whole.
5, if either they or their parent big league organization filed with their respective governing bodies - Minor League Baseball or Major League Baseball - over the weekend.
The whole affair prompted the Government to set up a body called Crest to investigate the operation of governing bodies within sport.
These three governing bodies are the key factors in development of policy and program direction which is then carried out under the auspices of the national office.
The candidates for medical director are mostly proposed by CEOs (69 percent) and governing bodies (50 percent) and are approved by CEOs (64 percent) and governing bodies (64 percent).