Senate Bill 186: Compulsory Attendance Changes

West Virginia
HOME | LAWS | ORGANIZATIONS | CASES | LEGISLATION
West Virginia

Last Updated: April 17, 2017
Senate Bill 186: Compulsory Attendance Changes
Sponsors:
Jeffries, Ojeda, Facemire, Woelfel
Summary:

This bill would change compulsory attendance age to age 6 by July 1. (Current compulsory attendance age is age 6 by September 1.)

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
2/08/2017 Senate Introduced, referred to Education then Finance
3/01/2017 Senate Committee substitute reported, but first to Finance
3/13/2017 Senate Committee substitute reported for substitute
3/14/2017 Senate Read 1st time
3/15/2017 Senate Read 2nd time
3/16/2017 Senate Read 3rd time; passed
3/17/2017 House Introduced, referred to Education then Finance
4/01/2017 House Read 1st time
4/03/2017 House Read 2nd time, committee amendment adopted
4/04/2017 House Read 3rd time, passed, to Senate for concurrence
4/05/2017 Senate Senate concurred
4/13/2017 Senate To Governor

 Other Resources

Bill Text

Bill History