OSBA offices temporarily close, but staff and advice still available
8:30 a.m. Joint Ways and Means Education Subcommittee holds informational meeting on ESSA impact.
11 a.m. Senate has third reading on:
Encouraging financial literacy (HB 2229-A).
Adding social workers to grant program to fight absenteeism (HB 2648).
The Office of Economic Analysis releases Oregon’s economic forecast, the basis for most budget planning.
3 p.m. Senate Education Committee holds public hearing on:
Applying 40-40-20 goal only to high school graduates (HB 2311).
Offering apprenticeship materials to high schools (HB 3340-A).
Requiring colleges to have cultural competency standards (HB 2864-A).
3 p.m. Senate Education Committee holds work session on:
Encouraging civics education (HB 2219-A).
Expanding types of entities that can get funding for STEM or CTE activities (HB 2258).
Allowing priority admissions with charter schools (HB 3313).
8 p.m. Drop sites’ deadline for Election Day ballots, including votes for school boards and bonds.
8:30 a.m. Joint Ways and Means Education Subcommittee holds informational meeting on the Oregon Promise Program, community college high-cost programs and community college funding.
12:30 p.m. House Education Committee tours Career Technical Education Center in Salem.
Convening ELL advisory group (HB 3358-A).
Getting annual report from the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (HB 3351).
Establishing procedures for functional behavioral analysis (HB 3318-A).
Creating National Guard exemption for Oregon Promise (HB 3423-A).
Deadline for committees to schedule work sessions for second chamber measures. This does not include Ways and Means, revenue and rules committees.
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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