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Executive Action by Assembly Committee on Education

By John Forester | January 20, 2022

From Wheeler . . .

The Assembly Committee on Education took the following action on education-related bills on Tuesday, January 18th (SAA positions added in bold):

SB-589 Reading Test License (Darling, Alberta) The Foundations of Reading test licensure requirement. Passage recommended, 12-0.  SAA support.

AB-611 Reading Test License (Mursau, Jeff) The Foundations of Reading test licensure requirement. Passage recommended, 12-0.  SAA support.

AB-617 Kindergarten (Rodriguez, Jessie) Early admission to kindergarten and first grade at a private school participating in a parental choice program. Passage recommended, 8-4.  SAA no position.

AB-721 Charter Schools (Steffen, David) The number of independent charter schools authorized by the College of Menominee Nation or the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College. Am. 1 (LRB-1146) no action taken, .   Passage recommended, 8-4.  SAA oppose.

AB-830 Law Enforcement Curriculum (Murphy, Dave) Model curriculum for pupils in grades 5 to 12 on interacting with law enforcement and granting rule-making authority. Am. 1 withdrawn, .   Am. 2 adopted, 12-0.   Passage as amended recommended, 9-4.  SAA oppose.

AB-843 Firearm Education (Pronschinske, Treig) Comprehensive firearm education for high school pupils. Passage recommended, 9-4.  SAA oppose.

If you should have any questions regarding the SAA position on any of these bill, please contact the SAA.

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