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Order S.2337 189th (2015 - 2016)

accountability and compliance

SENATE, June 16, 2016 - The committee on Education, to whom was referred the petitions (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 306) of Gerry Mroz for legislation to require authentic assessments of student achievement be used to ensure students are being taught more closely to levels within their personal zones of proximal development; (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 307) of Gerry Mroz for legislation relative to providing for the specific needs of students achieving; (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 322) of Kathleen O'Connor Ives, Jason M. Lewis, Benjamin Swan, Patricia D. Jehlen and other members of the General Court for legislation related to unfunded mandates on public schools; and petition (accompanied by bill, Senate, No. 331) of Richard J. Ross, Robert L. Hedlund, Donald F. Humason, Jr. and Viriato M. deMacedo for legislation to reduce paperwork within the department of elementary and secondary education, report the accompanying Order (Senate, No. 2337).

Bill Information

Sponsor:
Joint Committee on Education
Status:
Referred to Senate Committee on Rules

Order History

Displaying 4 actions for Order S.2337
Date Branch Action
6/16/2016 Senate Reported from the committee on Education
6/16/2016 Senate Accompanied by S306, S307, S322 and S331
6/16/2016 Senate Order reported favorably by committee and referred to the committee on Rules of the two branches, acting concurrently
1/3/2017 Senate No further action taken

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