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Senate 1244: Relating to Public School Student Progression [SPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S1244    GENERAL BILL by Wilson  (Identical H 0639)
Public School Student Progression [SPSC]; Provides a process by which
the retention of a third grade student who exhibits a reading deficiency
may be appealed. Provides for exemption from mandatory retention through
successful appeal. Requires the Department of Education to establish an
appeal process. Specifies circumstances recognized as justification for
granting an appeal. Requires assessment and evaluation. Provides for
reporting. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2010.
01/19/10 SENATE Filed
02/03/10 SENATE Referred to Education Pre-K - 12; Education Pre-K - 12
                  Appropriations
03/02/10 SENATE Introduced, referred to Education Pre-K - 12; Education Pre-K
                  - 12 Appropriations -SJ 00089
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Education Pre-K - 12


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S 1244 01/19/2010 Web Page | PDF

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