House Bill 1838
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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Academic standards assistance pilot program. Requires the department of education to establish and administer an academic standards assistance pilot program. Provides for 30 schools selected by the state superintendent of public instruction to serve as pilot schools. Requires the assessment of pilot school students in the early grades and the development of an academic standards progress report for each student assessed. Provides for the establishment of an academic standards progress plan for each student in a pilot school who does not meet certain educational standards. Requires each pilot school to revise its strategic and continuous school improvement and achievement plan and to implement an academic progress assistance plan that sets new goals and establishes new programs for the school. Provides for funding of the pilot program by the state and the school corporations of the pilot schools. Provides that the pilot program law expires July 1, 2010. Makes other provisions to improve academic achievement and establish educational responsibilities for students in prekindergarten through grade 12.
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