Senate Bill 44: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age from 16 to 18

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Last Updated: April 28, 2011
Senate Bill 44: Raises Compulsory School Attendance Age from 16 to 18
Sponsors:
Senator Taylor Brown
Summary:

This bill would increase the compulsory attendance age from 16 to 18, graduation from high school, or receipt of a GED. HSLDA opposes any expansion of state control over education.

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

12/07/2010     (Senate)     Introduced
12/27/2010     (Senate)     Referred to Education and Cultural Resources Committee
1/12/2010     (Senate)     3:00 p.m. hearing in Education and Cultural Resources Committee
1/19/2010     (Senate)     Motion to take from committee and place on 2nd reading failed 23-25
2/14/2011     (Senate)     Tabled in Education and Cultural Resources Committee
3/30/2011     (Senate)     Missed deadline for revenue bill transmittal
4/28/2011     (Senate)     Died in standing committee

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