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PUBLIC LAW 102-73—JULY 25, 1991 105 STAT. 347 "(iii) representatives of recognized State labor organizations; "(iv) representatives of private literacy organizations, voluntary literacy organizations, and community-based literacy organizations; „^ "(v) the chief administrative officer of a State, or the designee of such officer; "(vi) representatives of— , "(I) the State educational agency; "(II) the State job training agency; "(III) the State human services agency; "(IV) the State public assistance agency; "(V) the State library program; and "(VI) the State economic development agency; "(vii) officers of the State government whose agencies provide funding for literacy services or who may be designated by the Grovernor or the Chairperson of the council to serve whenever matters within the jurisdiction of the agency headed by such an officer are to be considered by the council; and "(viii) classroom teachers who have demonstrated outstanding results in teaching children or adults to read."; (C) by amending subsection (d) to read as follows: "(d) PROCEDURES.— (1) Subject to paragraphs (2) and (3), the State advisory council shall determine its own procedures, staffing needs (subject to funding levels authorized by the chief executive officer of the State), and the number, time, place, and conduct of meetings. "(2) The State advisory council shall meet at least 4 times each year. At least 1 such meeting shall provide an opportunity for the general public to express views concerning adult education in the State. "(3) One member more than one-half of the members on the council shall constitute a quorum for the purpose of transmitting recommendations and proposals to the chief executive officer of the State, but a lesser number of members may constitute a quorum for other purposes."; (D) in subsection (f)— i (i) by amending paragraph (1) to read as follows: "(1) meet with the State agencies responsible for literacy training during the planning year to advise on the development of a State plan for literacy and for adult education that fulfills the literacy and adult education needs of the State, especially with respect to the needs of the labor market, economic development goals, and the needs of the individuals in the State;'; (ii) by amending paragraph (2) to read as follows: "(2) advise the Governor, the State educational agency, and other State agencies concerning— "(A) the development and implementetion of measurable State literacy and adult education goals consistent with section 342(c)(2), especially with respect to— "(i) improving levels of literacy in the State by ensuring that all appropriate State agencies have specific objectives and strategies for such goals in a comprehensive approach; "(ii) improving literacy programs in the State; and "(iii) fulfilling the long-term literacy goals of the State;