Committee Agenda

Committee:    House Education
Room:    412
Date:    Tuesday, February 11, 2003
Time:    10:00 AM



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         HB 1267     revise the distribution of certain revenues outside the state aid to education formula.
             Representatives Buckingham, Haverly, Heineman, Hennies, and Teupel and Senators Napoli, Ham, and McCracken

         HB 1186     revise the calculation of state aid to education with regard to treatment of certain revenues.
             Representatives Teupel, Madsen, McLaughlin, Peterson (Bill), and Smidt and Senators Napoli, Duniphan, McCracken, and Sutton (Duane)

         HB 1001     provide for the deposit of all bank franchise tax proceeds in the general fund.
             Representatives Teupel, Heineman, Peterson (Bill), and Smidt and Senators Napoli and Sutton (Duane) at the request of the Interim School Finance Study Committee

         HB 1178     require highly qualified teachers and to limit the use of unqualified substitute teachers.
             Representatives Thompson, Elliott, LaRue, McCoy, and Schafer and Senators Moore and Olson (Ed)

         HB 1125     revise the calculation of state aid to education.
             Representatives Peterson (Bill) and Olson (Mel) and Senators Olson (Ed), Knudson, and Schoenbeck

NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.

BILLS FOR POSSIBLE ACTION WHICH HAVE HAD PRIOR HEARING.

         HB 1103     provide for a refund of tuition for certain teachers.
             Representatives Wick, Adelstein, Begalka, Bradford, Cutler, Elliott, Glenski, Haverly, Heineman, Hennies, Juhnke, Lange, McCoy, Olson (Mel), Schafer, Smidt, Teupel, Thompson, and Weems and Senators Moore, Diedrich (Larry), Ham, Jaspers, Kleven, Koetzle, Olson (Ed), Reedy, Schoenbeck, and Sutton (Dan)

         HB 1177     require a school board to notify the parent or guardian of each student being taught by certain teachers.
             Representatives Thompson, LaRue, McCoy, and Schafer and Senator Moore

         HB 1205     reorganize the state's school districts.
             Representatives Adelstein and LaRue

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PHYLLIS M. HEINEMAN, Chair