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​College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee

Act 104 of 2010 establishes a College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee as a Standing Committee of the State Board of Education. The 23-member Committee — comprised of college students, faculty, textbook publishers, college booksellers, and members of the General Assembly — is tasked with developing recommendations to improve the affordability and accessibility of college textbooks.  The Committee also is charged with updating its report every three years. 

Act 104: Legislation Establishing the College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee (PDF)

Report of the College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee (November 2021) (PDF)

Report of the College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee (September 2018) (PDF)

Update to the Report of the College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee (September 2015) (PDF)​

Report of the College Textbook Policies Advisory Committee (May 2012) (PDF) 

Advisory Committee Members

As of 1/29/2024 

Dr. Kate Shaw
Office of Postsecondary and Higher Education, PDE 

Hon. Pedro A. Rivera II
Chair, Council of Higher Education,
State Board of Education

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