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State law now requires an attendance officer to give three days’ written notice to parents before truancy charges are filed against the family. This gives the parents time to remedy any noncompliance with the compulsory attendance law. This bill would delete the three-day notice provision from the law, so that truancy charges may be filed immediately.
This bill should be opposed.
02/23/2012 (House) Read for the first time and referred to Education Policy Committee
04/05/2012 (House) Favorably reported from Education Policy Committee
04/05/2012 (House) Read for the second time and placed on the calendar
05/09/2012 (House) Indefinitely postponed
05/16/2012 (House) Bill died when legislature adjourned
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