Texas Legislature
Bills Authored / Joint Authored
Rep. Diego Bernal
85th Legislature First Called Session
Report Date: 12/14/2017

Number of Bills: 9

Report Sections: Authored Bills | Joint Authored Bills

Author (6):
HB 98 Author: Bernal
Last Action: 08/08/2017 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to a school district assigning a mentor teacher to a new classroom teacher.

HB 121 Author: Bernal
Last Action: 07/20/2017 H Referred to Public Education: Jul 20 2017 10:40AM
Caption: Relating to a study regarding the costs of educating educationally disadvantaged students and students of limited English proficiency in public schools.

HB 197 Author: Bernal | Guillen
Last Action: 07/24/2017 H Left pending in committee
Caption: Relating to the bilingual education allotment provided under the public school finance system.

HB 234 Author: Bernal
Last Action: 07/24/2017 H Left pending in committee
Caption: Relating to the compensatory education allotment under the Foundation School Program.

HB 256 Author: Bernal | Walle
Last Action: 07/25/2017 H Left pending in committee
Caption: Relating to the Legislative Budget Board's report on equalized funding elements under the public school finance system.

HR 19 Author: Bernal
Last Action: 08/16/2017 H Reported enrolled: Aug 16 2017 12:58PM
Caption: In memory of Florentino Duran of San Antonio.

Joint Author (3):
HB 21 Author: Huberty | Zerwas | Bernal
Sponsor: Taylor, Larry
Last Action: 08/16/2017 E See remarks for effective date
Caption: Relating to public school finance, including funding for the recruitment and retention of teachers and the support of participants in the public school employees group insurance program.

HB 320 Author: VanDeaver | Huberty | Simmons | Bernal
Last Action: 08/08/2017 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the establishment of an education enhancement program for students with certain disabilities.

HJR 18 Author: Howard | Bernal | Hinojosa, Gina | Turner
Last Action: 07/25/2017 H Left pending in committee
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the state to pay at least 50 percent of the cost of maintaining and operating the public school system and prohibiting the comptroller from certifying legislation containing an appropriation unless the requirement is met.

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