§ 115C-75.6. (See editor's note for contingency) Achievement School District.
(a) There is established the Achievement School District (ASD) under the administration of the State Board of Education. The ASD shall assume the supervision, management, and operation of elementary schools that have been selected as achievement schools pursuant to this Article.
(b) An ASD Superintendent Selection Advisory Committee shall be established to make a recommendation to the State Board of Education on appointment of a superintendent to serve as the executive officer of the ASD. The Committee shall ensure that the individual recommended has qualifications consistent with G.S. 115C-271(a). The Lieutenant Governor shall serve as chair of the Committee and shall appoint the following additional members:
(1) Three members of the State Board of Education.
(2) One teacher or retired teacher.
(3) One principal or retired principal.
(4) One superintendent or retired superintendent.
(5) One parent of a student currently enrolled in a low-performing school, as defined in G.S. 115C-105.37.
(c) The State Board of Education shall consider the recommendation of the ASD Superintendent Selection Advisory Committee and shall appoint a superintendent to serve as the executive officer of the ASD. The ASD Superintendent shall serve at the pleasure of the State Board of Education at a salary established by the State Board of Education within the funds appropriated for this purpose. The ASD Superintendent shall have qualifications consistent with G.S. 115C-271(a) and report directly to the State Board of Education.
(d) By January 15 annually, the State Board of Education and the ASD Superintendent shall report to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee on all aspects of operation of ASD, including the selection of achievement schools and their progress. (2016-110, s. 1.)