Establishment Guidelines of the Special Education Implementation Committee at National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
In order to assist special education students in their learning and life adaptation, integrate relevant resources, plan, and promote special education work, the National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (hereinafter referred to as Yuntech) has established the Special Education Implementation Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Committee) in accordance with Paragraph 2 of Article 45 of the Special Education Act, and has specifically formulated these guidelines.
The duties of the Committee are as follows:
Review special education programs or annual work plans
Review the allocation, utilization, and implementation of special education funds.
Review individualized support service plans, transportation or transportation subsidies, and minimum course credit requirements for special cases.
Review matters related to the referral of special cases for special education assessment.
Coordinate the administrative division of labor among various offices, colleges, departments, and institutes, and integrate special education resources inside and outside the school.
Coordinate the provision of admission quotas for students with disabilities by various departments, and appropriate service measures for the school's admission exams.
Supervise the improvement of the barrier-free campus environment and the school's barrier-free website.
Supervise self-evaluation of special education and regular follow-ups.
Other special education-related tasks.
The Committee consists of 21 to 25 members, one of whom is the convener, concurrently served by the Vice President. The remaining members include the Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of General Affairs, Dean of R&D, Director of the Physical Education Office, Director of the Accounting Office, Chief Director of the Counseling Center, Chief Director of the Information Technology Services Center, Chief Director of the Teaching Excellence Center, Deans of each college, a representative teacher who is preferably assigned as a mentor for students with disabilities from departments that recruit students with disabilities from each college, and two to three student representatives. The term of office for members is one year, all of which are unpaid positions and may be reappointed. The composition of the members should include at least one-third of either gender. When necessary, one to two experts or scholars may be invited to attend.
The Committee has one Executive Assistant, concurrently served by the Chief Director of the Counseling Center, to assist the convener in handling the affairs of the Committee.
The Committee convenes a meeting once per semester as a principle. When necessary, temporary meetings may be convened. The convener serves as the chairperson. If the convener is unable to attend, they may designate one of the attending members to act on their behalf. If no designation is made, the attending members may mutually select one person to act as the chairperson.
The resolutions of the Committee are made with the attendance of more than half of the members and the consent of more than half of the attending members.
When necessary, the Committee may invite experts, scholars, or civil groups to attend for guidance, or invite relevant department heads, students, or parents to attend for explanation. External professionals may receive transportation and attendance fees.
These guidelines are implemented after being approved by the administrative meeting and ratified by the President. The same applies when amendments are made.