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This bill would expand dual enrollment of public school students in postsecondary institutions to include nonpublic school students. Since some home instruction by parents is done through nonpublic schools, these students would be eligible for the dual enrollment. The bill makes no mention of the expenditure of state funds for these students.
This bill should be monitored.
09/07/2011 (Senate) Referred to Education Committee
10/20/2011 (Senate) Reported favorably with substitute S-4
10/20/2011 (Senate) Committee recommended immediate effect
10/20/2011 (Senate) Referred to committee of the whole with substitute S-4
10/27/2011 (Senate) Reported by committee of the whole favorably with substitute S-5
10/27/2011 (Senate) Substitute S-5 concurred in
10/27/2011 (Senate) Placed on order of third reading with substitute S-5
10/27/2011 (Senate) Rules suspended
10/27/2011 (Senate) Placed on immediate passage
10/27/2011 (Senate) Passed Senate 26-12
10/27/2011 (House) Received on 10/27/2011
10/27/2011 (House) Read a first time
10/27/2011 (House) Referred to committee on education
02/08/2012 (House) Reported with recommendation with substitute H-2
02/08/2012 (House) Referred to second reading
04/26/2012 (House) Read a second time
04/26/2012 (House) H-2 substitute adopted
04/26/2012 (House) Placed on third reading
04/26/2012 (House) Placed on immediate passage
04/26/2012 (House) Passed House 67-43
04/26/2012 (House) Returned to Senate
05/01/2012 (Senate) Laid over one day under the rules
05/02/2012 (Senate) Concurred in H-2 substitute 26-11
05/02/2012 (Senate) Ordered enrolled
05/09/2012 (Senate) Presented to the governor on 5/8/2012 at 2:12 p.m.
05/16/2012 Approved by the governor on 5/15/2012 at 10:56 a.m.
05/16/2012 Filed with the Secretary of State on 5/15/2012 at 4:14 p.m.
05/16/2012 Assigned PA 0131'12 with immediate effect
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