On the Consent Calendar This Week

The House will meet three times this week ahead of the deadline. All bills that are not in a second committee must be voted on by this Thursday, March 8, and all bills must be voted on by March 22 (“Crossover Day”) to be sent to the next chamber.

On the House Consent Calendar

HB 1258, relative to the advanced manufacturing education advisory council. Committee recommendation: Ought to Pass (20-0)
HB 1263, relative to educational evaluation of home schooled children. Committee recommendation: Inexpedient to Legislate (20-0)
HB 1272, relative to the powers of local boards of education. Committee recommendation: Inexpedient to Legislate (20-0)
HB 1348, requiring charter schools to include certain donors in their annual financial audit. Committee recommendation: Inexpedient to Legislate (20-0)
HB 1403, prohibiting a member of a local school board from serving on the State Board of Education. Committee recommendation: Inexpedient to Legislate (19-1)
HB 1439, relative to requirements for private schools that contract with school districts. Committee recommendation: Refer for interim study (19-1)
HB 1480, relative to the membership of the board of trustees of a chartered public school. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass with amendment (17-3)
HB 1492-LOCAL, relative to a course of action when a child’s attendance at a school has resulted in a manifest educational hardship. Committee recommendation: Refer for interim study (19-0)
HB 1493, relative to the statewide assessment system of performance in schools. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass with amendment (20-0) O
HB 1495, adds reporting indicators and establishes a rating scale for schools. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass with amendment (19-0)
HB 1496, relative to requirements for performance based accountability for an adequate education. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass with amendment (17-2)
HB 1497, relative to accountability for school performance. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass with amendment (18-1)
HB 1499, outlining requirements for kindergarten curriculum. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass with amendment (19-0)
HB 1559, relative to certification requirements for assistant principals. Committee recommendation: Inexpedient to legislate (19-0)
HB 1572-LOCAL, relative to alternative transportation of students for public school activities. Committee recommendation: Inexpedient to legislate (19-0)
HB 1636, establishing a committee to study teacher preparation and education programs. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass (18-2)
HB 1761, encouraging schools to participate in math learning communities. Committee recommendation: Ought to pass (18-1)

 

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