COMMITTEE:    Public Education 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Tuesday, April 2, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.036 
CHAIR:       Rep. Dan Huberty 


*The order in which bills are heard is at the discretion of the chair*

*Testimony will be limited to two (2) minutes*



HB 963         Bell, Cecil | et al.
Relating to the career and technology education and technology applications allotment and the essential knowledge and skills of the career and technology education and technology applications curriculums.

HB 1468        Talarico
Relating to the creation of a task force to examine the effectiveness of school counseling programs provided for students enrolled in public schools.

HB 1517        Coleman | et al.
Relating to a notification requirement if a public school, including an open-enrollment charter school, does not have a nurse assigned to the school during all instructional hours.

HB 2030        Turner, John | et al.
Relating to the eligibility of certain children in prekindergarten programs in public schools.

HB 2184        Allen | et al.
Relating to a public school student's transition from an alternative education program to a regular classroom.

HB 2984        Allison | et al.
Relating to the essential knowledge and skills of the technology applications curriculum.

HB 3007        Turner, Chris
Relating to requiring the Texas Education Agency to provide to a school district certain information used in determining academic accountability ratings for the district.

HB 3217        Ashby | et al.
Relating to certain eligibility requirements for issuance of a teaching certificate.

HB 3323        Burns
Relating to requiring a school district to post the district's employment policy on the district's Internet website.

HB 3435        Bowers
Relating to establishing and celebrating Texas Girls in STEM Day.

HB 3710        Bell, Keith | et al.
Relating to providing public school students and classroom teachers tutorials for end-of-course assessment instruments required for graduation.

HB 3966        Raymond
Relating to Holocaust Remembrance Week in public schools.

HB 4310        Dutton
Relating to teacher instructional time.

HB 4487        Frullo
Relating to exclusion of certain public school student disciplinary actions from reports required by state or federal law.

HCR 59         Guillen
Designating the second week of November as School Psychologist Appreciation Week for a 10-year period beginning in 2019.




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