Citizens Nominating Panel

The Mayor appoints new School Committee members from a list of candidates recommended by a 13-member Citizens Nominating Panel composed of parents, teachers, principals, and representatives of business and higher education.

Boston School Committee members are appointed to serve four-year staggered terms. When vacancies exist, the Mayor selects members from a list of candidates recommended by a Citizens Nominating Panel composed of parents, teachers, principals, and representatives of the business and higher education communities. Under the state legislation that established the appointed School Committee, “the Mayor shall strive to appoint individuals who reflect the racial, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of the city.”
 
Applications are being accepted for the Boston School Committee
 
The School Committee Citizens Nominating Panel is currently accepting applications for two four-year terms which will begin on January 5, 2015. Anyone interested in applying must submit an application by Friday, November 7 at 5 p.m.

Boston School Committee members are appointed to serve four-year staggered terms.  When vacancies exist, the Mayor appoints members from a list of candidates recommended by a 13-member Citizens Nominating Panel, composed of parents, teachers, principals, and representatives of the business and higher education communities.  Under the legislation that established the appointed School Committee, “the Mayor shall strive to appoint individuals who reflect the racial, ethnic and socioeconomic diversity of the city.”


Download an application.

For additional information, please contact scnominatingpanel@boston.gov.