COMMITTEE:   Public Education 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, April 02, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.036 
CHAIR:       Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock 


HB 284        Zedler | et al.
Relating to the availability of certain school district financial information on districts' Internet websites.

HB 308        Bohac | et al.         
Relating to a school district's recognition of and education regarding traditional winter celebrations.

HB 343        Márquez | et al.       
Relating to the filing of financial disclosure statements by trustees of an independent school district; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 344        Márquez | et al.       
Relating to an exit audit of a school district and an exit interview of a school district superintendent.

HB 504        Hernandez Luna | et al.
Relating to restricting certain state and school district assessments of public school students in prekindergarten and kindergarten.

HB 853        King, Susan | et al.   
Relating to exemption from administration of assessment instruments for and posting of assessment instrument performance data of certain public school students.

HB 866        Huberty | et al.       
Relating to the administration to public school students in certain grades of state-administered assessment instruments.

HB 887        Lucio III | et al.     
Relating to the number of full-contact practices that may be held by a high school or middle school football team that participates in activities sponsored or sanctioned by the University Interscholastic League.

HB 918        Walle                  
Relating to requiring a school district to report data regarding citations issued to and arrests made of students.

HB 946        Giddings               
Relating to the reporting of information by a school district relating to certain offenses committed by certain students.

HB 1057       Leach | et al.         
Relating to the provision of and parental approval for a student's participation in human sexuality and family planning instruction in public schools.

HB 1230       Giddings | et al.      
Relating to the assignment of a public school student to an uncertified teacher.

HB 1231       Giddings               
Relating to the application of the offenses of disrupting public school classes or transportation to persons younger than 12 years of age.

HB 1501       Raymond                
Relating to the commemoration of September 11, 2001, at public schools and institutions of higher education.

HB 1952       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to professional development training for certain public school personnel regarding student disciplinary procedures.

HB 2040       Giddings               
Relating to a complaint alleging the commission of an offense by a child on school property.

HB 2318       Aycock                 
Relating to public school educator preparation and alternative certification programs.

HB 2367       Allen                  
Relating to discipline of public school students by school bus drivers.

HB 2582       Harper-Brown | et al.  
Relating to renewing charters for open-enrollment charter schools.

HB 2694       Villarreal             
Relating to establishing a state-level credit by examination program for public secondary education.

HB 2836       Ratliff | et al.       
Relating to state assessment instruments administered in grades three through eight in public schools.

HB 3319       Crownover              
Relating to establishment, operation, and funding of charter schools.

HB 3808       Farney                 
Relating to evaluating the performance, including computing dropout and completion rates, of public schools, including schools designated as dropout recovery schools and residential facilities.

HB 3810       Farney                 
Relating to public school alternative disciplinary settings.

Given the length of the docket public testimony may be limited to (3) three minutes.




Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 2610


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