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LEGISLATIVE BUDGET BOARD
Austin, Texas
 
FISCAL NOTE, 87TH LEGISLATIVE REGULAR SESSION
 
May 20, 2021

TO:
Honorable Larry Taylor, Chair, Senate Committee on Education
 
FROM:
Jerry McGinty, Director, Legislative Budget Board
 
IN RE:
HB1032 by Thierry (Relating to authorizing school districts to provide funding using money received under the Foundation School Program to community-based organizations for purposes of reimbursing private employers for paid internships provided to certain students in career and technology education programs in the district.), As Engrossed

No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.

It is assumed that the costs associated with the bill's provisions relating to authorizing school districts to provide funding using money received under the Foundation School Program to community-based organizations for purposes of reimbursing private employers for paid internships provided to certain students in career and technical education programs in the district could be absorbed using existing resources.

Local Government Impact

The bill's provision allow schools to participate with private employers to develop paid internships for students in career and technical education programs.


Source Agencies:
320 Texas Workforce Commission, 701 Texas Education Agency, 781 Higher Education Coordinating Board
LBB Staff:
JMc, SL, DFR, SZ, AH, MB