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Senate 1498: Relating to Teacher Retention [SPSC] ------------------------------------------------------------------

S1498    GENERAL BILL by Deutch
Teacher Retention [SPSC]; Requires that the school report card that is
delivered to parents in each school district include the district's
teacher turnover rate. Creates the Florida Teacher Induction Initiative
for the purpose of providing support to new teachers. Requires that
districts report the teacher turnover rate to the Commissioner of
Education. Requires that a district submit a plan to address its new
teacher attrition rate under certain circumstances, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: 07/01/2010.
01/27/10 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 00106
04/30/10 SENATE Died in Committee on Education Pre-K - 12


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S 1498 01/27/2010 Web Page | PDF

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1008.34
1012.988


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