Tag Archives: Rep. Carlos Mariani

Session Daily: Omnibus education finance bill approved during contentious hearing

By Nick Longworth, Session Daily Approved as amended by the House Education Finance Committee Friday, the omnibus education finance bill now heads to the House Taxes Committee. Rep. Jenifer Loon (R-Eden Prairie) sponsors HF 890. The bill would increase the … Continue reading

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Session Snapshot: Omnibus education policy bills in the works

Session Snapshot Week 4: March 28-April 1 A GLANCE AT THE WEEK Today is the first bill deadline of the 2016 legislative session. All policy bills must have had a hearing in their body of origin by the end of … Continue reading

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Session Daily: House passes teacher tenure, licensure reform bill that targets teacher quality

Source: Session Daily By Hank Long, Session Daily Reform to teacher tenure-based layoff policies and streamlining of licensing for out-of-state educators have become contentious topics among legislators and a wide range of K-12 advocates in recent weeks, as House Republicans … Continue reading

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MSBA at the Capitol — Licensure bill introduced; school leaders report teacher-supply challenges

In the Senate The Senate E-12 Education Committee heard its first teacher licensure bill of the session Thursday. Authored by Sen. LeRoy Stumpf, SF298 would allow a person teaching under a temporary license for two consecutive years — who does not attain … Continue reading

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Bill would increase compulsory school attendance age to 18

Source: House Public Information Services All states have some form of a compulsory school attendance law that defines the minimum and maximum age in which a student must be enrolled and attend public school, or some equivalent education program. With … Continue reading

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