House Bill 473: An Act Permitting Non Public School Students to Take the MCAS Exam

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House Bill 473: An Act Permitting Non Public School Students to Take the MCAS Exam
Sponsors:
Representatives Poirier, Perry, Ross, Tarr, and Frost
Summary:

This bill would allow a student in a non-public school to take the MCAS exam. The student would be responsible for the cost of administering the exam.

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

1/16/2009 (House) Filed in the House
1/16/2009 (House) Referred to the Joint Committee on Education
1/16/2009 (Senate) Concurred in Committee referral
6/11/2009 Public Hearing scheduled: 6/23/2009 at 1:00 p.m. in Hearing Room A1
3/10/2010 (House) Reported favorably by Joint Committee on Education as redrafted
5/6/2010     (House)     New draft of bill - see HB 4646
This bill is dead.

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