Coordinating board definition

Coordinating board means the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Coordinating board means the Texas Higher
Coordinating board means the Texas Higher Education Coordinating

Examples of Coordinating board in a sentence

  • Said decision will be made in written form to the student, and a copy will be sent to the Director of the Rhode Island Fire Academy and the Chair of the Fire Education and Training Coordinating Board of the Rhode Island Fire Academy.

  • In developing rules under this subsection, the commission shall consult with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and institutions of higher education using the negotiated rulemaking procedures under Chapter 2008, Government Code.

  • The Rhode Island Fire Education and Training Coordinating Board shall set a hearing date and render its decision within two weeks.

  • The thirteenth meeting of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) and the fourth ad hoc thematic meeting took place at the Hotel Palacio do Estoril, Estoril, Portugal on 11-12 December 2002, with field visits organized on 10 December 2002.

  • They looked forward to working with Board colleagues and the Programme Coordinating Board to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 in line with achieving universal health coverage.


More Definitions of Coordinating board

Coordinating board means the Texas Higher 1-39 Education Coordinating Board.
Coordinating board means the Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System.
Coordinating board means the Texas Higher Education
Coordinating board. Coordinating Board" shall mean an entity locally known as the Broward County Coordinating Board (BCCB) composed of representatives appointed by the Metropolitan Planning organization to provide assistance to the Community Transportation Coordinator (CTC) relative to the coordination of transportation services.
Coordinating board means the Community College
Coordinating board means an advisory entity in