SB0452 (CH0731)

Find a 2017 Bill:

2017 Regular Session

 

Entitled:

Education - Accountability Program - Assessments (More Learning, Less Testing Act of 2017)

Sponsored by:

Senator Manno

Status:

Approved by the Governor - Chapter 731


Synopsis:Requiring the State Board of Education to develop, in collaboration with specified entities and individuals, a specified middle school level social studies assessment for implementation in the 2019-2020 school year; requiring the State Board, in collaboration with specified entities and individuals, to redesign the high school level social studies assessment for implementation in the 2018-2019 school year; requiring specified county boards to establish on or before specified dates a District Committee on Assessments; etc.
Analysis:Fiscal and Policy Note (Revised)
All Sponsors:Senators Manno, Benson, Brochin, Currie, DeGrange, Edwards, Feldman, Guzzone, Hough, Jennings, Kagan, Kasemeyer, Kelley, King, Klausmeier, Lee, Madaleno, Mathias, Muse, Nathan-Pulliam, Norman, Peters, Ready, Robinson, Rosapepe, Salling, Serafini, Smith, Young, Zirkin, Zucker, and Pinsky
Additional Facts:Cross-filed with: HB0461
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): June 1, 2017
Bill imposes a local government mandate which is a directive in a bill requiring a local government unit to perform a task or assume a responsibility that has a discernible fiscal impact on the local government unit
Committee(s):
Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs  View Committee HearingWays and Means  View Committee Hearing
Broad Subject(s):Primary and Secondary Education
Narrow Subject(s):Assessments
Committees and Commissions -see also- Political Committees
Counties -see also- Chartered Counties; Code Counties
Education, Boards of
Education -see also- Driver Ed; Higher Ed; Special Ed; etc
Education, State Board of
Public Schools
Reports
Rules and Regulations
Time
Statutes:Article - Education
(7-203)

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June 7, 2017 9:37 A.M.