COMMITTEE:    Public Education 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Tuesday, April 18, 2023 

PLACE:       E2.036 
CHAIR:       Rep. Brad Buckley 


Public testimony will be limited to two (2) minutes.


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



HB 1149        Swanson                                               
Relating to requiring parental consent for psychological or psychiatric examination, testing, or treatment conducted by a school district employee.

HB 1926        Hull                                                  
Relating to the expiration date of the supplemental special education services program.

HB 2102        Goldman                                               
Relating to the establishment of a new open-enrollment charter school campus by certain charter holders and to the expansion of an open-enrollment charter school.

HB 2120        Bell, Keith | et al.                                   
Relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology at an establishment at a public secondary school.

HB 2125        Bucy                                                  
Relating to a required training course for persons serving as special education representatives and hearing officers at impartial due process hearings or as facilitators for individualized education program facilitation.

HB 2273        Oliverson                                             
Relating to the foundation curriculum and social studies curriculum in public schools.

HB 2510        Cain | et al.                                         
Relating to transparency in certain legal proceedings and contracts involving a school district and a limit on legal fees that may be spent by a school district in certain legal proceedings.

HB 2808        VanDeaver                                             
Relating to the finality of public school accountability determinations.

HB 3202        Noble | et al.                                         
Relating to access by the Texas Education Agency and private schools to certain criminal history records.

HB 3303        Guerra                                                
Relating to the establishment of a dual language immersion bilingual education teaching certificate.

HB 3315        Bell, Keith | et al.                                   
Relating to a school district's grievance procedure regarding complaints concerning violation of parental rights.

HB 3908        Wilson | et al.                                        
Relating to fentanyl prevention and drug poisoning awareness education for public school students in grades 6 through 12.

HB 3991        Isaac | et al.                                         
Relating to Texas Fruit and Vegetable Day in public schools.

HB 4070        Schaefer                                              
Relating to the punishment for trafficking of persons, online solicitation of a minor, and prostitution and to the dissemination of certain information, including the required posting of certain signs, regarding human trafficking.

HB 4342        Plesa                                                 
Relating to courses in personal finance literacy and economics for high school students in public schools.

HB 4375        VanDeaver                                             
Relating to instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator in public schools.

HB 4460        Gervin-Hawkins                                         
Relating to the transfer for an athletic participation purpose of a student from the school district of the student's residence to another district.

HB 4477        Landgraf                                              
Relating to the scheduling of University Interscholastic League competitions.

HB 4690        Dutton                                                
Relating to the grievance procedure used by public schools to address complaints by students or parents.

HB 4716        Manuel | et al.                                        
Relating to the referral of certain students receiving special education services to a local intellectual and developmental disability authority for services or public benefits.




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