HOME | LAWS | ORGANIZATIONS | CASES | LEGISLATION
Current law requires school attendance between the ages of 7 and 16. This bill would expand the state's control over education by changing the ages to between 6 and 18.
01/19/2011 (Senate) Read for the first time
01/19/2011 (Senate) Referred to Education, Judiciary, & Finance committees
02/14/2011 (Senate) Education Committee hearing at 8:00 a.m.
02/21/2011 (Senate) Education Committee hearing at 8:00 a.m.
02/21/2011 (Senate) Reported out of Education Committee with three "do pass" recommendations (from Thomas, Meyer, and Stevens)
03/16/2011 (Senate) Reported out of Judiciary Committee with one "do pass" recommendation (from French) and two "no recommendations" (from Wielechowski and Paskvan)
02/03/2012 (Senate) Reported out of Finance Committee with five "do pass" recommendations (from Hoffman, Thomas, Egan, McGuire, and Ellis) and two "no recommendations" (from Stedman and Olson)
03/26/2012 (Senate) Read for the second time
03/26/2012 (Senate) Scheduled for third reading on 3/28/2012
03/28/2012 (Senate) Read for the third time
03/28/2012 (Senate) Passed the Senate 13-7 and transmitted to the House
03/29/2012 (House) Read the first time and referred to Education, Judiciary, and Finance committees
03/29/2012 (House) Referred to Education Committee
04/15/2012 (House) Bill died when legislature adjourned
| Other Resources|