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February 28, 2007

Senate Bill 57: Public School Diplomas for Homeschooled High School Students

Author:
Senator Mark B. Madsen (R)

Summary:
Senate Bill 57 allows home-educated students in Utah to receive a high school diploma from the State Board of Education if the student passes the state’s basic competency test and receives a certain score on the ACT.

Status:

1/19/2007Numbered bill made available for public distribution
1/19/2007Bill assigned to staff for fiscal analysis
1/22/2007(Senate) Read first time (Introduced)
1/24/2007(Senate) Referred to Education Committee
1/25/2007(Senate) Bill sent to agencies for fiscal input
1/26/2007(Senate) Fiscal note sent to sponsor
1/29/2007(Senate) Fiscal note sent to floor
1/29/2007(Senate) Sent to printing with fiscal note
1/30/2007(Senate) Senate Education Committee—Not Considered
2/8/2007 Bill assigned to staff for fiscal analysis
2/9/2007(Senate) Education Committee, substitute recommendation
2/9/2007(Senate) Education Committee, favorable recommendation
2/12/2007(Senate) Bill sent to agencies for fiscal input
2/12/2007(Senate) Committee Report, Substitute
2/12/2007(Senate) Placed on second
2/13/2007(Senate) Returned to Senate Rules Committee
2/13/2007Fiscal note sent to sponsor
2/14/2007Fiscal note sent to the floor
2/14/2007(Senate) Sent to printing with fiscal note
2/15/2007(Senate) From Rules Senate second reading calendar to second
2/20/2007(Senate) Read second and third times
2/20/2007(Senate) Passed second and third readings
2/20/2007(Senate) Sent to House
2/21/2007(House) Received from Senate
2/21/2007(House) Read first time (Introduced)
2/26/2007(House) Rules House third reading calendar for Senate bills to third reading calendar
2/26/2007(House) Under suspension of the rules
2/26/2007(House) Read second time
2/26/2007(House) Read third time
2/26/2007(House) Failed
2/26/2007(House) To Senate
2/26/2007(Senate) Received from House

HSLDA's Position:
Support.

Action Requested:
None at this time.

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