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10 a.m. Budget and Revenue Town Hall with House Speaker Tina Kotek and several Senate and House committee leaders at Centennial High School in Gresham.
11 a.m. Senate holds third reading on delaying teaching license requirement (SB 205-B).
11 a.m. House holds third reading on:
Waiving diploma requirements for some students (HB 3267).
Establishing procedures for behavior assessments (HB 3318-B).
Providing districts with college graduation rates of students (HB 2147-B).
Preventing “lunch shaming” (HB 3454-A).
Clarifying rules for child abuse investigations on school property (SB 101-C).
Requiring advanced placement credits (SB 207-B).
Expanding public meetings locations (SB 317-A).
Allowing charter school students to participate in interscholastic activities (SB 208-B).
3 p.m. House Education Committee holds informational meeting on:
Establishing age 3 through grade three reading initiative (HB 3455).
Developing curriculum related to Native American experience in Oregon (SB 13).
8:30 a.m. Joint Tax Reform Committee holds public hearing on increasing corporate excise tax rates (HB 2830).
3 p.m. Senate Education Committee holds informational meeting on establishing education savings accounts (SB 437).
5 p.m. Joint Tax Reform Committee holds public hearing on increasing corporate excise tax rates (HB 2830).
8:30 a.m. Joint Ways and Means Education Subcommittee holds public hearing on:
11 a.m. House holds third reading on providing recreational immunity to holders of public land (SB 327-A).
2 p.m. House Education Committee will tour the Oak Creek Youth Correctional facility.
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, OSBA
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