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Session Information - House Education


House Education

ARCHIVE (2011)

Members | Legislation

Committee Members:

    Chair: Representative Robert Behning
    Vice Chair: Representative Rhonda Rhoads
    Members:  T. Brown, Clere, Frizzell, Heuer, Noe, Thompson. Porter R.M.M., Cheatham, Kersey, V. Smith, VanDenburgh.



Legislation Assigned to the Committee:

  • HB 1002 -- Charter schools.
  • HB 1003 -- School scholarships.
  • HB 1101 -- Reporting student absence from school.
  • HB 1114 -- Athletic eligibility of home schooled children.
  • HB 1118 -- K-12 school building plans.
  • HB 1147 -- Employer tax credit for report card conferences.
  • HB 1152 -- Concussions and head injuries in student athletes.
  • HB 1177 -- Boards of trustees for universities.
  • HB 1189 -- Bullying prevention task force.
  • HB 1195 -- Limitation on school starting date.
  • HB 1208 -- School corporation dress codes.
  • HB 1213 -- East Chicago school board.
  • HB 1218 -- State educational institutions.
  • HB 1238 -- Advocacy with public funds.
  • HB 1247 -- Impact fees for schools.
  • HB 1249 -- Higher education scholarship.
  • HB 1250 -- Parental initiative for school reorganization.
  • HB 1276 -- Electronic textbooks.
  • HB 1282 -- Consideration of minorities for coaching positions.
  • HB 1296 -- College credit for high school classes.
  • HB 1305 -- Farm to school plan.
  • HB 1307 -- Parent service at schools.
  • HB 1328 -- SSACI assistance.
  • HB 1331 -- School counselors.
  • HB 1337 -- Teacher contracts.
  • HB 1338 -- Financial transparency by school corporations.
  • HB 1340 -- Adult education.
  • HB 1341 -- Special education grants.
  • HB 1359 -- School administrators.
  • HB 1360 -- School corporation health coverage.
  • HB 1378 -- Teacher contracts.
  • HB 1380 -- Special education study committee.
  • HB 1381 -- Academic helpers program.
  • HB 1399 -- Participation in school athletics.
  • HB 1402 -- Prohibiting resident tuition for illegal aliens.
  • HB 1403 -- English immersion programs.
  • HB 1429 -- Textbooks and other curricular material.
  • HB 1430 -- Disannexation from school corporations.
  • HB 1436 -- University compensation to legislators.
  • HB 1443 -- School instructional time.
  • HB 1479 -- School performance and turnaround academies.
  • HB 1488 -- Teacher evaluations and licensing.
  • HB 1500 -- School readiness grant.
  • HB 1501 -- Twenty-first century scholars program eligibility.
  • HB 1508 -- Student instructional time.
  • HB 1511 -- Twenty-first century scholars program.
  • HB 1519 -- Compulsory school attendance.
  • HB 1529 -- Use of restraint and seclusion in schools.
  • HB 1566 -- School absenteeism and dropouts.
  • HB 1567 -- Antibullying.
  • HB 1575 -- Dual college credit program.
  • HB 1580 -- School improvement plan.
  • HB 1581 -- Preschool and kindergarten programs.
  • HB 1584 -- Vehicle Bill.
  • SB 0001 -- Teacher evaluations and licensing.
  • SB 0085 -- Graduation rate study; school buses.
  • SB 0093 -- Concussions and head injuries in student athletes.
  • SB 0176 -- Teacher training.
  • SB 0294 -- Probationary teacher contracts.
  • SB 0406 -- Use of school bus safety belts.
  • SB 0446 -- Use of public school property by charter schools.
  • SB 0482 -- Adult education.
  • SB 0495 -- Lawsuits by school corporations.
  • SB 0496 -- Parental initiatives for school reorganization.
  • SB 0497 -- Higher education scholarship.
  • SB 0575 -- Teacher collective bargaining.
  • SB 0577 -- Financial aid.