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Senate Bill 598: Allows Charter Schools to Provide Home Based Instruction
Deletes a clause in the IC 20-5.5-8-2(5) which states that a charter school may not "provide home based instruction" and adds a clause that will allow a charter school to provide instructional services through the Internet or other online agreement or in any manner by computer.
|01/20/2005||S Introduced and referred to the Committee on Education and Career Development|
|02/02/2005||S Committee voted do pass with amendment|
|02/07/2005||S Second reading: order engrossed|
|02/08/2005||S Third reading: passed; roll call 99: Yeas 33, Nays 17|
|02/08/2005||S Referred to House; House sponsor is Rep. Behning; Cosponsor is Rep. Porter|
|03/08/2005||H Referred to House Education Committee|
|03/23/2005||H Scheduled to be heard. Was not heard/no vote.|
|03/28/2005||H Amended by a motion of 7 to 4.|
|03/31/2005||H Second hearing-order engrossed|
|04/04/2005||H Scheduled for third reading|
|04/11/2005||H Third reading: passed; Roll Call 478: Yeas 55, Nays 44|
|04/27/2005||S Senate concurred in House amendments; Roll Call 484: Yeas 30, Nays 20|
|04/28/2005||S Signed by the President Pro Tempore|
|04/29/2005||H Signed by the Speaker|
|05/06/2005||Signed by the governor.|
This bill was opposed.
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