VA HB76 | 2010 | Regular Session

Status

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 6-0)
Status: Engrossed on February 3 2010 - 50% progression, died in chamber
Action: 2010-02-25 - Senate: Passed by indefinitely in Education and Health (14-Y 1-N)
Text: Latest bill text (Comm Sub) [HTML]

Summary

Expenditures and reports on instructional spending. Requires each local school board to allocate 65 percent of its operating budget to instructional spending. Local school boards must report annually to the Board of Education the percentage of their operating budgets allocated to instructional spending. Any school division that fails to meet the 65 percent requirement must present a plan to the Board of Education to increase instructional spending by 0.5 percent in the following fiscal year. School divisions failing to submit such a plan must be audited by the Auditor of Public Accounts, who is required to submit a report to the Board with any recommendations he deems appropriate concerning how these school divisions can increase their instructional spending. In addition, the Board must annually report to the Senate Committee on Finance and the House Committee on Appropriations the amount of spending allocated by the local school divisions to instructional spending based on the reports submitted annually by the local school boards. This bill incorporates

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Title

Instructional spending; local school board to report expenditures annually.

Sponsors


Roll Calls

2010-02-25 - Senate - Senate: Passed by indefinitely in Education and Health (14-Y 1-N) (Y: 14 N: 1 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2010-02-04 - House - House: VOTE: --- PASSAGE (63-Y 35-N) (Y: 65 N: 35 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2010-02-01 - House - House: Reported from Education with substitute (13-Y 8-N) (Y: 14 N: 8 NV: 1 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2010-01-28 - House - House: Subcommittee recommends reporting with amendment(s) (4-Y 2-N) (Y: 5 N: 2 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2010-01-21 - House - House: Subcommittee recommends reporting with amendment(s) (5-Y 3-N) (Y: 6 N: 3 NV: 2 Abs: 0) [PASS]

History

DateChamberAction
2010-02-25 Senate: Passed by indefinitely in Education and Health (14-Y 1-N)
2010-02-18 Senate: Assigned Education sub: Public Education
2010-02-08 Senate: Referred to Committee on Education and Health
2010-02-08 Senate: Constitutional reading dispensed
2010-02-04 House: VOTE: --- PASSAGE (63-Y 35-N)
2010-02-04 House: Read third time and passed House (63-Y 35-N)
2010-02-03 House: Engrossed by House - committee substitute HB76H1
2010-02-03 House: Pending question ordered
2010-02-03 House: Committee substitute agreed to 10104511D-H1
2010-02-03 House: Read second time
2010-02-02 House: Read first time
2010-02-01 House: Committee substitute printed 10104511D-H1
2010-02-01 House: Reported from Education with substitute (13-Y 8-N)
2010-01-28 House: Subcommittee recommends reporting with amendment(s) (4-Y 2-N)
2010-01-21 House: Subcommittee recommends reporting with amendment(s) (5-Y 3-N)
2010-01-19 House: Assigned Education sub: #3 Teachers and Admin. Action
2009-12-29 House: Referred to Committee on Education
2009-12-29 House: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/13/10 10101470D

Same As/Similar To

HB96 (Similar To) 2010-01-25 - House: Incorporated by Education (HB76-Bell, Richard P.) by voice vote
HB898 (Similar To) 2010-01-25 - House: Incorporated by Education (HB76-Bell, Richard P.) by voice vote

Code Citations

ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
22118.2(n/a)See Bill Text
22190.1(n/a)See Bill Text

Virginia State Sources


Bill Comments 750

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