OSBA offices temporarily close, but staff and advice still available
10 a.m. Budget and Revenue Town Hall with House Speaker Tina Kotek and several Senate and House committee leaders at Benson High School in Portland.
8:30 a.m. The Joint Ways and Means Education Subcommittee holds a public hearing on:
Studying virtual public charter schools (HB 2720-A).
Establishing the Educator Advancement Council (SB 182-A).
11 a.m. The Senate has a third reading on:
Establishing cultural competency standards for colleges and universities (HB 2864-A).
Evaluating Early Learning Hubs (HB 2956-A).
Delaying school enrollment for some children (HB 3029-A).
Waiving some diploma requirements for homeless, runaway, incarcerated and foster children as well as children of military members and migrant workers (HB 3267-B).
Developing written apprenticeship materials for high schools (HB 3340-A).
Preparing annual Teachers Standards and Practices Commission report (HB 3351).
Allowing students to opt out of dental screenings (HB 3353-A).
Convening English Language Learner advisory group (HB 3358-A).
Exempting some children from school attendance (HB 3409-A).
Making Oregon Promise exception for Oregon National Guard members (HB 3423-A).
11 a.m. The House has a third reading on clarifying rules for child abuse investigations on school property (SB 101-C).
3 p.m. The House Education Committee holds informational meeting on the PAX Good Behavior Game.
2 p.m. Oregon Department of Education webinar: “School Report Card Detail Reports.”
Data collection begins for ESEA Title III: English Learners.
Items may be added to legislative committee agendas during the week. The Oregon Legislature keeps an updated page of committee agendas at: olis.leg.state.or.us/LIZ/Committees/Meeting/List
- Jake Arnold
Communications and news specialist
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