House Bill 5314 and Senate Bill 775: Education Appropriations

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Last Updated: May 21, 2014
House Bill 5314 and Senate Bill 775: Education Appropriations
House Senate
Sponsors:
Representative Bill Rogers
Sponsors:
Senator Howard Walker
Summary:

House Bill 5314 is the 2014-2015 Michigan House Education Appropriations Bill. This bill includes language which would postpone the use of the Common Core tests by prohibiting the Department of Education from funding any test but the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) for the next two years.

Summary:

Senate Bill 765 is the 2014-2015 Michigan Senate Education Appropriations Bill. This bill includes language which would postpone the use of the Common Core tests by prohibiting the Department of Education from funding any test but the Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) for the next two years.

Status:

2/11/2014     (House)     Introduced and Referred to Appropriations Committee
4/23/2014     (Senate)     Reported favorably to the Committee of the Whole with Substitute H-1
5/8/2014     (House)     Passed and Transmitted to Senate
5/14/2014     (Senate)     Returned from Senate with Substitute S-1 with Title Amendment
5/15/2014     (House)     Senate Substitute S-1 Nonconcurred

Status:

2/11/2014     (Senate)     Introduced and Referred to Appropriations Committee
4/29/2014     (Senate)     Reported favorably to the Committee of the Whole with Substitute S-1 and Amendments
5/14/2014     (Senate)      Read Second Time
5/14/2014     (Senate)     Read Third Time, Passed Roll Call, Returned to Senate

HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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House Bill Text

House Bill History

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Senate Bill Text

Senate Bill History