Oklahoma
HOME | LAWS | ORGANIZATIONS | CASES | LEGISLATION | HEADLINES | COMMON CORE
Oklahoma

August 3, 2006

House Bill 2608: Math Proficiency as a Requirement for Attaining a Driver's License

Author:
Representative Dank

Summary:
Requires students who graduate from high school to take an end-of-instruction test. The bill also requires that a person under 18 must show proficiency in both reading and mathematics (at this time, only evidence of proficiency in reading is required) to obtain and maintain a driver's license.

Status:

2/6/2006(House) First Reading in House
2/6/2006(House) Second Reading in House, referred to Appropriations
2/28/2006(House) Passed House Appropriation Committee

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.

Action Requested:
No action is requested at this time.

 Other Resources

Mar.-3-2006—Oklahoma—Calls Still Needed to Stop Driver's License Restriction

Mar.-13-2006—Oklahoma—Driver's License Restriction Threat Approaches

Mar.-14-2006—Oklahoma—Sponsor Agrees to Remove Math Test Requirement!

Bill Text and History