Event Detail – Joint Committee on Education


Event Date:6/7/2011

Start Time:10:00 AM

Location: B-2 Get Directions

Event Description

School finance

Item Bill Number Bill Title Sponsor
1 H152 An Act relative to equity in education funding Jason M. Lewis
2 H1908 An Act relative to chapter 70 Garrett J. Bradley
3 H133 An Act relative to determining the distribution of local state aid for education Demetrius J. Atsalis
4 H161 An Act to establish a school choice circuit breaker John W. Scibak
5 H165 An Act relative to school libraries. Frank I. Smizik
6 H162 An Act to increase accountability in school choice reimbursement John W. Scibak
7 H146 An Act increasing the school choice cap Michael A. Costello
8 S189 An Act relative to establishing a Chapter 70 equalization fund Katherine M. Clark
9 S249 An Act to establish a commission on full and fair education funding and administration James E. Timilty
10 H1954 An Act relative to promoting excellence and accountability for the education of mobile student populations Carl M. Sciortino, Jr.
11 H1952 An Act relative to the adequate funding of education Tom Sannicandro
12 H1052 An Act relative to updating Chapter 70 calculations to include health insurance premium costs James J. Dwyer
13 S209 An Act including transitory student enrollment in the calculation of aid under Chapter 70. Patricia D. Jehlen
14 S260 An Act relative to the transfer of funds for recovery high schools Steven A. Tolman
15 S221 An Act providing Chapter 70 accountability for adequate access to school nursing Richard T. Moore
16 S224 An Act establishing a special commission relative to digital textbooks Marc R. Pacheco
17 S248 An Act to ensure school-based management Bruce E. Tarr
18 H153 Resolve to fulfill the promise of education reform by ensuring adequate funding for student success Jason M. Lewis
19 H1931 Resolve relative to an improving the calculation of foundation budgets Bradley H. Jones, Jr.
20 S181 Resolve A Resolve providing for an investigation and study by the Department of Education relative to school choice programs in the Commonwealth. Stephen M. Brewer