House Bill 483/Senate Bill 196: Progressive Truancy Intervention Program

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Last Updated: May 11, 2017
House Bill 483/Senate Bill 196: Progressive Truancy Intervention Program
House Senate
Sponsors:
Forgety
Sponsors:
Overbey
Summary:

This bill establishes a progressive truancy intervention program and increases the number of absences without adequate excuse from 2 to 5 before a report is made by the principal or teacher to the director of schools.

Summary:

This bill establishes a progressive truancy intervention program and increases the number of absences without adequate excuse from 2 to 5 before a report is made by the principal or teacher to the director of schools.

Status:
2/08/2017 Introduced; Passed 1st consideration
2/09/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, to Education Instruction & Programs
3/28/2017 Recommend passage with amendment, refer to Finance, Ways & Means
3/29/2017 Finance, Ways & Means hearing 4/5
5/09/2017 Substitute and pass companion bill
Status:
1/30/2017 Filed for introduction
2/01/2017 Passed 1st consideration
2/02/2017 Passed 2nd consideration, to Education
3/29/2017 Recommend passage with amendment, refer to Finance, Ways & Means
4/11/2017 Hearing: 1:00 p.m., Legislative Plaza Room 12
4/12/2017 Recommend passage with amendment, refer to Senate Calendar
4/20/2017 Passed Senate
5/11/2017 To Governor
HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
HSLDA's Position:
Neutral.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Action Requested:
None at this time

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