SB 1052
Modifies provisions relating to adult high schools
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Last Action:
3/1/2022 - Second Read and Referred S Education Committee
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Effective Date:
August 28, 2022

Current Bill Summary

SB 1052 - This act modifies provisions relating to adult high schools.

For a school to meet the definition of "adult high school" under current law, the school must offer on-site childcare for children of enrolled students, in addition to other requirements provided in current law. This act repeals the on-site requirement for such childcare.

Current law prohibits adult high schools from offering a majority of instruction online or remotely. This act provides that synchronous instruction connecting students to a live class at an adult high school shall be treated as in-person instruction.

Current law prohibits any person from establishing, operating, maintaining, or advertising a child-care facility without a license, with an exception for any private, elementary, or secondary school system providing childcare to children under school age. This act provides that adult high schools shall be deemed a "secondary school system" for purposes of such exception.

This act is identical to HB 2618 (2022), provisions in HB 151 (2021), HCS/HB 733 (2021), HB 624 (2021), and HCS/SB 323 (2021), and substantially similar to provisions in the truly agreed CCS#2/HCS/SS/SCS/SBs 681 & 662 (2022), provisions in HB 2325 (2022), and HB 2492 (2022).



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