Assigned Bills

HB 1076 - (Relford) Raises minimum teacher salaries, creates a grant program, modifies school testing, affects school financing
HB 1396 - (Farnen) Revises higher education laws
HB 1888 - (Wilson) Creates a student loan repayment assistance program for teachers
HB 1923 - (Ransdall) Revises National Guard Scholarship Program, creates tax holiday
HJR 043 - (Barry) Allows approval of school bond issues by simple majority in most elections
SB 0539 (Russell) - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to provide $80 per pupil for driver's education
SB 0562 (Johnson) - Includes charter school student performance in school district review
SB 0573 (House) - Revises repayment of state school aid overpayment for certain districts
SB 0583 (Kenney) - Regulates Internet access for minors in public libraries and schools
SB 0584 (Bentley) - Makes numerous changes to education law and creates several new programs.
SB 0591 (Yeckel) - Establishes Year 2000 Classroom Fund with gaming proceeds
SB 0625 (Ehlmann) - Revises Outstanding Schools Waivers
SB 0626 (Ehlmann) - Revises funding to public community colleges
SB 0630 (Kenney) - Requires DESE to provide statewide assessment tests to districts without charge
SB 0654 (Ehlmann) - Adds CPI adjustment to "hold harmless" school districts' school aid
SB 0659 (Childers) - Requires state-sponsored professional development events to occur on scheduled days
SB 0660 (Bland) - Establishes Pilot Program of Urban Early Compulsory School Attendance
SB 0689 (Bland) - Requires state colleges and universities to admit certain high school graduates
SB 0690 (Bland) - School districts may create after-school and summer educational programs for at-risk youth
SB 0698 (Bland) - Requires charter schools to meet all accreditation standards and requirements
SB 0729 (House) - Revises laws regarding charter schools, teachers and school boards
SB 0748 (Johnson) - Revises minimum salaries for public school teachers
SB 0752 (Clay) - Revises election process for school board in St. Louis City
SB 0766 (Sims) - Revises alternative school laws
SB 0777 (Steelman) - Creates MO Engineering and Science Academy and summer program for science teachers
SB 0785 (Stoll) - Makes "recalculated levy" for school districts permanent and revises Line 14 categorical
SB 0796 (Jacob) - Establishes faculty representatives to governing boards of state colleges and universities
SB 0825 (Jacob) - Governing boards of state colleges and universities: Revises non-voting representative and confidentiality provisions
SB 0855 (Kinder) - Adds additional eligible sponsors for charter schools
SB 0875 (Kinder) - State Supported colleges and universities shall ensure that instructors are fluent in English
SB 0877 (Sims) - Governor shall declare February as Missouri Lifelong Learning Month
SB 0897 (Jacob) - Increases "Bright Flight" scholarship amount
SB 0911 (Stoll) - Establishes The Professional Educators' Standards and Practices Board
SB 0918 (Ehlmann) - Creates a reading assessment program
SB 0919 (House) - Revises obsolete education provisions
SB 0926 (Stoll) - Revises state school aid to certain districts
SB 0927 (Stoll) - Establishes education program for parents of children with disabilities
SB 0931 (Kinder) - Provides additional state aid to school districts educating certain disabled students
SB 0933 (Sims) - Establishes State Public Charter School Board
SB 0948 (Howard) - Requires National Guard to establish pilot public school program to teach military discipline
SB 0951 (Scott) - Raises compulsory school attendance age to 17 years
SB 0953 (Johnson) - Removes prohibition on collection of "tuition" by the University of Missouri
SB 0961 (Stoll) - Revises National Guard Scholarship Program, recognition of veterans
SB 0981 (Jacob) - Creates the "Video Gaming Machine Network" to generate Revenue for higher education
SB 0987 (Ehlmann) - Revises school operations
SB 0989 (Westfall) - Revises state school aid formula, reduces minimum levy to $1.25, increases income tax and sales tax
SB 1000 (Rohrbach) - Changes method of providing state grants to libraries
SB 1040 (Caskey) - Revises state school aid formula
SB 1066 (Bland) - State colleges and universities to establish telecommunity centers
SB 1077 (Clay) - Prohibits institutions of higher education from providing certain student information to parents
SJR 039 (Childers) - Requires General Assembly to revise state school aid revenues and distribution
SJR 041 (Yeckel) - Allows approval of school bond issues by simple majority
SJR 045 (House) - Allows approval of school bond issues by simple majority, freezes property tax for seniors
SJR 054 (Westfall) - Reduces maximum amount school levy without voter approval to $1.25 per $100 assessed value

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