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PUBLIC LAW 106-533—NOV. 22, 2000 114 STAT. 2549 "(A) Specific information regarding the methods used to raise funds for the Congressional Recognition for Excellence in Arts Education Awards Program and a list of the sources of all money raised by the Board. "(B) Detailed information regarding the expenditures made by the Board, including the percentage of funds that are used for administrative expenses. "(C) A description of the programs formulated by the Director under section 207(b)(1), including an explanation of the operation of such programs and a list of the sponsors of the programs. "(D) A detailed list of the administrative expenditures made by the Board, including the amounts expended for salaries, travel expenses, and reimbursed expenses. "(E) A list of schools given awards under the program, and the city, town, or county, and State in which the school is located. "(F) An evaluation of the state of arts education in schools, which may include anecdotal evidence of the effect of the Congressional Recognition for Excellence in Arts Education Awards Program on individual school curriculum. "(G) On the basis of the findings described in section 202 and the purposes of the Congressional Recognition for Excellence in Arts Education Awards Program described in section 205(a), a recommendation regarding the national readiness to make individual student awards under subsection (b)(2). "SEC. 206. COMPOSITION OF BOARD; ADVISORY BOARD. 2 USC 815. "(a) COMPOSITION.— "(1) IN GENERAL.—The Board shall consist of 9 members as follows: "(A) 2 Members of the Senate appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate. "(B) 2 Members of the Senate appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate. "(C) 2 Members of the House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives. "(D) 2 Members of the House of Representatives appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. "(E) The Director of the Board, who shall serve as a nonvoting member. "(2) ADVISORY BOARD. — There is established an Advisory Board to assist and advise the Board with respect to its duties under this title, that shall consist of 15 members appointed— "(A) in the case of the initial such members of the Advisory Board, by the leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives making the appointments under paragraph (1), from recommendations received from organizations and entities involved in the arts such as businesses, civic and cultural organizations, and the Arts Education Partnership steering committee; and "(B) in the case of any other such members of the Advisory Board, by the Board.