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House 1571: Relating to Early Learning ------------------------------------------------------------------

H1571    GENERAL BILL by Evers  (Identical S 2710, Compare CS/CS/H 1203,
CS/CS/CS/2ND ENG/S 2014)
Early Learning; Exempts early learning coalitions from APA; revises
requirements for establishing minimum number of children served by
coalitions to increase maximum number of coalitions; revises review
period for school readiness plans; authorizes school readiness payment
rates to create certain standards or levels of services, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: 07/01/2010.
03/02/10 HOUSE Filed; Introduced -HJ 00143
03/10/10 HOUSE Referred to PreK-12 Policy (EPC); Governmental Affairs Policy
                  (EDCA); Full Appropriations Council on Education & Economic
                  Development; Education Policy Council -HJ 00258
04/30/10 HOUSE Died in Committee on PreK-12 Policy (EPC), companion bill(s)
                  passed, see CS/CS/CS/SB 2014 (Ch. 2010-210)


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H 1571 03/02/2010 Web Page | PDF

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0120.80
0411.01
0411.0101
1002.71


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