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
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