Jill Louters resigns from North Dakota’s State Board of Higher Education – The Jamestown Sun

by | May 14, 2022 | Education

GRAND FORKS — Jill Louters, vice chair of North Dakota’s State Board of Higher Education, resigned from her position, on Friday, May 13.Louters’ first four-year term on the board was scheduled to conclude at the end of June and she was eligible for reappointment for a second term. In a statement on Friday, Louters said she has accepted a part-time position with the North Dakota State University Extension Service. She also is the superintendent at the New Rockford-Sheyenne School District and will continue in that position.“It has been a pleasure to serve on the state board and to work with the North Dakota University System and the state’s 11 campuses,” Louters said Friday. “I am resigning my position from the board effective today as I have accepted a new, part-time position as a parent educator with the North Dakota State University Extension Service. This type of parent support is something that is desperately needed at this time and place, and I am anxious to build networks in my area that support these critical constituents.”NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott and SBHE Chair Casey Ryan offered their encouragement to Louters and thanked her for her service to higher education in North Dakota.“The board appreciated the school superint …

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