House Bill 4618: Establishes Support for Early Literacy

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Last Updated: April 15, 2014
House Bill 4618: Establishes Support for Early Literacy
Sponsors:
Delegate Perry, Delegate Young, Delegate Tomblin, Delegate Fragale, Delegate Williams, Delegate Walker, Delegate Espinosa, Delegate Cooper, Delegate Moye, Delegate Sumner, Delegate D. Evans
Summary:

House Bill 4618 creates a system of support for the state government to help school districts close the literacy gap in West Virginia through sponsored early literacy programs.

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
2/19/2014 (House) Originated in House Education Committee
2/19/2014 (House) Passed House Education Committee
2/20/2014 (House) First Reading
2/21/2014 (House) Second Reading
2/24/2014 (House) Third Reading
2/24/2014 (House) Passed House
2/24/2014 (House) Communicated to Senate
2/25/2014 (Senate) Introduced to Senate and Assigned to Education Committee
2/28/2014 (Senate) Education Committee: Reported Do Pass, with Amendments
3/3/2014 (Senate) First Reading
3/4/2014 (Senate) Second Reading and Committee Amendments Adopted
3/5/2014 (Senate) Passed Third Reading and House Concurs
3/5/2014 (Senate) Completed Legislative Action
3/14/2014 (Senate) Sent to Governor
3/26/2014 (Senate) Signed by Governor
4/10/2014 (Senate) Chapter 50, Acts, Regular Session, 2014

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