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108 STAT. 4010 PUBLIC LAW 103-382—OCT. 20, 1994 Establishment. 25 USC 2013. 25 USC 2014. Federal Register, publication. 25 USC 2015. Reports. 25 USC 2016. "(2) The supervisor of a Bureau school may appeal to the appropriate agency education line officer any refusal by the local school board to approve any determination of the supervisor that is described in paragraph (1)(A) by filing a written statement describing the determination and the reasons the supervisor believes such determination should be approved. A copy of such statement shall be submitted to the local school board and such board shall be afforded an opportunity to respond, in writing, to such appeal. After reviewing such written appeal and response, the education line officer may, for good cause, approve the determination of the supervisor. The educational line officer shall transmit the determination of such appeal in the form of a written opinion to such local school board and to the supervisor identifying the reasons for approving such determination. SEC. 1133. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM. 'The Secretary shall establish within the Office, within 1 year after the date of the enactment of the Indian Education Amendments of 1984, a computerized management information system, which shall provide information to the Office. Such information shall include— "(1) student enrollment; " (2) curriculum; "(3) staff"; "(4) facilities; " (5) community demographics; "(6) student assessment information; and "(7) information on the administrative and program costs attributable to each Bureau program, divided into discreet elements. -SEC. 1134. BUREAU EDUCATION POUCIES. "Within 180 days of the date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall develop, publish in the Federal Register, and submit to all agency and area offices of the Bureau, all tribal governments, and the appropriate committees of the Congress, a draft set of education policies, procedures, and practices for education-related action of the Bureau. The Secretary shall, within 1 year of the date of enactment of this Act, provide that such uniform policies, procedures, and practices shall be finalized and promulgated. Thereafter, such policies, procedures, and practices and their periodic revisions, shall serve as the foundation for future Bureau actions in education. "SEC. 1135. UNIFORM EDUCATION PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES. 'The Secretary shall cause the various divisions of the Bureau to formulate uniform procedures and practices with respect to such concerns of those divisions as relate to education, and shall report such practices and procedures to the Congress. "SEC. 1136. RECRUITMENT OF INDIAN EDUCATORS. 'The Secretary shall institute a policy for the recruitment of qualified Indian educators and a detailed plan to promote employees from within the Bureau. Such plan shall include opportunities for acquiring work experience prior to actual work assignment.