3:15 p.m. | The Senate Education Committee will hold a public hearing on:
Altering the commissioner composition of the Higher Education Coordinating Commission by redesignating five current nonvoting positions as voting positions and by adding one additional position for a graduate student attending public university (SB 712).
Requiring community colleges to allow each criminal justice course offered by the college to be an eligible course for the social science cluster portion of an associate degree (SB 416).
3:15 p.m. | The Senate Education Committee will hold a work session on:
Providing that students who legally entered the United States under the Compact of Free Association treaty qualify for nonresident tuition and fees and are eligible to receive state and university scholarships or other financial aid (SB 553).
Requiring the Higher Education Coordinating Commission to design forms to allow students to identify themselves as a parent or legal guardian (SB 564).
11 a.m. | The House convenes to vote on:
Broadening the eligibility of youths who may participate in the statewide youth reengagement system (HB 2051).
Modifying the recipients of, and uses for, grants provided under the Early Learning Kindergarten Readiness Partnership and Innovation Program (HB 2054).
1 p.m. | The House Education Committee will hold a work session on:
Convening an advisory group to review equity in the education system (HB 2166).
1 p.m. | The House Education Committee will hold a public hearing on:
Requiring schools to offer lunches and breakfasts at no charge to students if the school meets requirements of the federal meal program or if the student is from a household with income that does not exceed 300% of federal poverty guidelines (HB 2536).
Requiring public education providers to offer feminine hygiene products at no cost to students (HB 3294).
Requiring school districts to ensure that students for whom out-of-school suspensions or expulsions have been imposed receive specified services during suspensions or expulsions (HB 2945).
1 p.m. | The Joint Ways and Means Education Subcommittee will hold a public hearing on: