Honorable Dan Huberty, Chair, House Committee on Public Education
John McGeady, Assistant Director Sarah Keyton, Assistant Director Legislative Budget Board
HB873 by Allen (Relating to behavior improvement plans and behavioral intervention plans for certain public school students and notification requirements regarding certain behavior management techniques.), As Introduced
No fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.
Local Government Impact
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) assumes the provisions of the bill requiring districts to provide notices to parents following each time-out and to conduct a Functional Behavioral Analysis within ten school days following a disciplinary action regarding a student who receives special education services that constitutes a change in placement would result in costs to school districts for additional staff time. Although costs will vary by district and circumstance, this analysis assumes that the bill would result in significant costs for some districts.