SPB 7060: Education Accountability
PROPOSED BILL by Education
Education Accountability; Providing definitions for the statewide, standardized assessment program and school grading system; requiring the Department of Education to develop a district report card; revising criteria that necessitate a school’s improvement plan to include certain strategies; revising legislative intent for the K-20 education performance accountability system, etc.
Last Action: 3/5/2014 Senate - Submit as committee bill by Education (SB 1642)
Location: Acted on by committee/council, pending report (ED)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
SPB 7060, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/27/2014 at 2:15 PM
Bill Text: Web Page PDF Analyses: Education (Pre-Meeting) 3/3/2014 (pdf)
Education (Post-Meeting) 3/5/2014 (pdf)
Committee Amendments (3)
Amendment Sponsor Filed Last Committee Action Format 395796 - Amendment
Delete lines 167 - 189 and insert:
178878 - Amendment
Delete lines 192 - 203 and insert:
Failed to Consider
206476 - Amendment
Between lines 805 and 806 insert:
Committee Votes (1)
Date Committee Result 3/4/2014 8:00 AM Education 5 Yeas - 1 Nays
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