Legislative Calendar for Tuesday, February 5

The House Education Committee will hold an Executive Session on Tuesday, February 5, followed by a work session on education funding-related bills.

Here is the schedule:

EXECUTIVE SESSION, HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEE (LOB 207) STARTING AT 10 AM

HB 123, Relative to Emergency Response Plans In Schools.
HB 131, Establishing A Commission On Mental Health Education Programs.
HB 164, Relative to Reporting Statistics On Student Behavior.
HB 170, Requiring A Civics Examination As A High School Requirement.
HB 171, Establishing A Commission to Study Equal Access and Opportunity For Students with Disabilities to Participate In Athletics.
HB 175, Relative to The Requirements For School Building Aid Grants.
HB 176, Relative to Grants For School Building Aid and Making An Appropriation Therefor.
HB 177, Relative to The Calculation Of Stabilization Grants.
HB 184, relative to the calculation of kindergarten students in the average daily membership and repealing prorated kindergarten funding based on Keno revenues
HB 226, Relative to The Renomination Of Teachers.
HB 231, Requiring School Districts to Establish Policies Relating to Suspensions and Expulsions.
HB 251, Relative to Criminal Background Checks For Education Personnel.
HB 258, Establishing A Committee to Study Teacher Preparation and Education Programs
HB 275, Relative to School Nurse Certification.
HB 289, Relative to The Recitation Of The Lord’s Prayer In Public Elementary Schools.
HB 302, Relative to Communications Between School Administrative Units and Certain Other Entities.
HB 383, Relative to Nondiscrimination In Public and Nonpublic Schools.
HB 435, Relative to Certain Terminology In The Rulemaking Authority Of The Department Of Education.
HB 677, Relative to Discipline Of Students, Addressing Students’ Behavioral Needs, and Making An Appropriation Therefor

SUBCOMMITTEE WORK SESSION, HOUSE EDUCATION COMMITTEE (LOB 207), STARTING AT 1 PM

HB 678, relative to state funding of the cost of an opportunity for an adequate education for all New Hampshire students;
HB 713, relative to education funding;
HB 711, relative to funding an adequate education;
HB 709, relative to the formula for determining funding for an adequate education

PUBLIC HEARING, SENATE EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT (LOB 103)

10 a.m. SB 12, establishing the New Hampshire college graduate retention incentive partnership program and making an appropriation therefor

PUBLIC HEARING, HOUSE FINANCE (LOB 210-211)

11 a.m. HB 734, relative to the annual percentage reduction in stabilization grants to school district

PUBLIC HEARING, HOUSE WAYS & MEANS (LOB 202-204)

11 a.m. HB 632, relative to the education tax credit

 

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