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Sec. 10. The state board of education shall have the following powers and duties:
(a) Jurisdiction and control of the Michigan school for the deaf at Flint, the Michigan school for the blind at Lansing, and the Michigan rehabilitation institute for veterans and disabled adults at Pine lake, including power to make rules for the schools necessary to enforce discipline, preserve health, and provide for proper physical, intellectual, and moral training of their pupils.
(b) Regulation of school bus transportation, review of the annexation or attachment of nonoperating school districts to operating school districts, and the hearing of appeals from decisions on alterations of boundaries of school districts as may be provided by law. The board may appoint a hearing officer to hear the appeals from decisions on alterations of boundaries of school districts who shall prepare a written report for consideration of the board. A copy of the written report shall be furnished to the designated appellant and appellee, who within 20 days may file written objections to the report with the state board of education for its consideration. After considering the report of the hearing officer and any objections filed by interested parties, the board may determine the appeal or order a hearing by it of the appeal from the decision on alterations of boundaries of school districts.
(c) Inspection of educational corporations as may be provided by law.
(d) The appointment of the members of the state board for public community and junior colleges, as provided by law.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 388. Schools and School Aid § 388.1010 - last updated February 09, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mi/chapter-388-schools-and-school-aid/mi-comp-laws-388-1010/
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