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TNHB1192EnrollAs introduced, changes from August 1 to July 1 the date by which the state board of education must annually submit a report to the general assembly concerning implementation of standards and curriculum designed to educate students about the United St...
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2019-05-15
Transmitted to Governor for his action.
TNHB0209EnrollAs introduced, prohibits the board from modifying the uniform grading systems for students enrolled in grades K-12 more than once every three school years. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1 and Title 49, Chapter 6, Part 4.
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2019-05-14
Transmitted to Governor for his action.
TNHB0737PassAs enacted, authorizes the state board to extend the six-year period required for the standards review and development committees and advisory teams to review the standards for English language arts and mathematics one time for a period not to exceed...
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2019-05-09
Comp. became Pub. Ch. 270
TNSB1241PassAs enacted, authorizes the state board to extend the six-year period required for the standards review and development committees and advisory teams to review the standards for English language arts and mathematics one time for a period not to exceed...
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2019-05-09
Pub. Ch. 270
TNSB1248IntroAs introduced, changes from August 1 to July 1 the date by which the state board of education must annually submit a report to the general assembly concerning implementation of standards and curriculum designed to educate students about the United St...
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2019-04-30
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0268IntroAs introduced, prohibits the board from modifying the uniform grading systems for students enrolled in grades K-12 more than once every three school years. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 1 and Title 49, Chapter 6, Part 4.
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2019-04-29
Companion House Bill substituted
TNSB0670IntroAs introduced, requires the board to develop and adopt two alternative graduation pathways for public high school students, one designated the college preparatory track and one designated the technology track, to be implemented in all public high sch...
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2019-04-10
To Senate Education Committee
TNSB1448IntroAs introduced, establishes the board as the regulating authority for all athletic events for cross country, football, soccer, volleyball, golf, basketball, bowling, wrestling, baseball, softball, tennis, and track events for public schools. - Amends ...
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2019-04-10
To Senate Education Committee
TNHB0224IntroAs introduced, increases, from one to three, the minimum number of board members who must be employed, at the time of the appointment, as a K-12 public school teacher, beginning with appointments made on or after January 1, 2020. - Amends TCA Title 4...
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2019-04-02
First Calendar of 2020
TNHB0802IntroAs introduced, requires the board to develop and adopt two alternative graduation pathways for public high school students, one designated the college preparatory track and one designated the technology track, to be implemented in all public high sch...
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2019-04-02
Taken off notice for cal in s/c Curriculum, Testing, & Innovation Subcommittee of Education
TNHB0916IntroAs introduced, requires the board to promulgate rules to allow a public school system to meet the 180 days of classroom instruction required for each school term by providing a minimum number of instructional hours per school year. - Amends TCA Secti...
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2019-04-02
Def. to Summer Study in Education Administration Subcommittee
TNHB1391IntroAs introduced, requires that only 5 percent of the evaluation criteria used to evaluate all teachers and principals be comprised of student achievement data based on student growth generated by assessments administered to students enrolled in an Engl...
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2019-03-21
Withdrawn.
TNHB1445IntroAs introduced, clarifies that the rules promulgated by the board of education, based on standards of fiscal accountability and soundness for local school systems, must be in accordance with the Uniform Administrative Procedures Act. - Amends TCA Titl...
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2019-02-11
P2C, caption bill, held on desk - pending amdt.
TNSB1207IntroAs introduced, clarifies that the rules promulgated by the board of education, based on standards of fiscal accountability and soundness for local school systems, must be in accordance with the Uniform Administrative Procedures Act. - Amends TCA Titl...
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2019-02-11
To Senate Education Committee
TNSB1285IntroAs introduced, requires the board to promulgate rules to allow a public school system to meet the 180 days of classroom instruction required for each school term by providing a minimum number of instructional hours per school year. - Amends TCA Secti...
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2019-02-11
To Senate Education Committee
TNSB1503IntroAs introduced, requires that only 5 percent of the evaluation criteria used to evaluate all teachers and principals be comprised of student achievement data based on student growth generated by assessments administered to students enrolled in an Engl...
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2019-02-11
To Senate Education Committee
TNHB0245IntroAs introduced, establishes the board as the regulating authority for all athletic events for cross country, football, soccer, volleyball, golf, basketball, bowling, wrestling, baseball, softball, tennis, and track events for public schools. - Amends ...
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2019-02-01
Assigned to s/c Education Administration Subcommittee
TNSB0070IntroAs introduced, increases, from one to three, the minimum number of board members who must be employed, at the time of the appointment, as a K-12 public school teacher, beginning with appointments made on or after January 1, 2020. - Amends TCA Title 4...
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2019-01-30
To Senate Education Committee
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