Senate Bill 420: Establish P-20 Longitudinal Database

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Last Updated: March 7, 2014
Senate Bill 420: Establish P-20 Longitudinal Database
Sponsors:
Senator Plymale, Senator Kessler, Senator Beach, Senator Cann, Senator Chafin, Senator Cookman, Senator Facemire, Senator Edgell, Senator Kirkendoll, Senator Laird, Senator McCabe, Senator Miller, Senator Palumbo, Senator Prezioso, Senator Snyder, Senator Stollings, Senator Tucker, Senator Williams, Senator Wells and Senator Barnes
Summary:

Senate Bill 420 establishes a P-20 longitudinal database to share educational child care, education, and workforce information.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
1/23/2014 (Senate) Introduced and Referred to Education Committee
1/29/2014 (Senate) Education Committee Passed Substitute, Referred to Finance Commitee
2/12/2014 (Senate) Passed Finance Committee
2/13/2014 (Senate) Passed First Reading
2/14/2014 (Senate) Passed Second Reading
2/17/2014 (Senate) Passed Senate on Third Reading
2/18/2014 (House) Introduced and Referred to Judiciary Committee
3/5/2014 (House) Passed House Judiciary
3/6/2014 (House) Passed First Reading
3/6/2014 (House) Committed to Finance on Second Reading

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