House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.
Changes the act's long and short titles.
Changes the name of the committee created by the act to the Joint Legislative Study Committee on Career and College Readiness (was, on the Inclusion of Career and College Readiness Coursework in School Performance Grades). Adds to the Committee's charge to require the Committee to study and make recommendations on the meaning and skills of career and college readiness, how instruction in career and college readiness skills should be incorporated into the standard course of study, and all relevant outcome measures that would determine the success of career and college readiness programs in public schools. Makes conforming changes.
Bill H 933 (2019-2020)Summary date: Apr 29 2019 - More information
Bill H 933 (2019-2020)Summary date: Apr 17 2019 - More information
Creates the Joint Legislative Study Committee on the Inclusion of Career and College Readiness Coursework in School Performance Grades (Committee) consisting of three members of the House of Representatives appointed by the Speaker and three members of the Senate appointed by the President Pro Tem. The Committee is to make recommendations regarding issues such as different ways to include in high school performance grades participation and success in courses that result in college credit and how doing so would impact school performance grades statewide. Sets out meeting, quorum, and administrative requirements. Requires that the Committee report to the General Assembly by April 1, 2020, at which time the Commission will terminate.
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