Description: State Department of Education; study and implement program of instruction of felony laws to certain students.
Bill Text: [Introduced]
History of Actions:
|1||02/12 (H) Referred To Education|
|2||03/09 (H) Died In Committee|
|Effective date||July 1, 2004|
|Deadline||General Bill/Constitutional Amendment|
|Vote type required||Majority|
Principal Author: West
Additional Authors: Bailey, Baker (74th), Banks, Bounds, Broomfield, Brown, Buck, Calhoun, Clark, Clarke, Coleman (29th), Ellis, Espy, Evans, Flaggs, Fredericks, Gadd, Gibbs, Green, Harrison, Hines, Holland, Holloway, Huddleston, Jennings, Mayhall, Moak, Montgomery, Morris, Myers, Peranich, Perkins, Pierce, Reynolds, Robinson (63rd), Rogers (61st), Smith (27th), Smith (39th), Snowden, Straughter, Thomas, Watson, Wells-Smith, Whittington, Young
Title: AN ACT TO DIRECT THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO CONDUCT A STUDY OF THE LOGISTICS OF IMPLEMENTING A PROGRAM THAT WOULD PROVIDE INSTRUCTION ON FELONY LAWS TO CERTAIN STUDENTS, AND TO PROVIDE THE LEGISLATURE WITH A REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS CONCERNING THE FINDINGS OF THAT STUDY; TO DIRECT THE BOARD TO IMPLEMENT THE PROGRAM NOT LATER THAN THE 2005-2006 SCHOOL YEAR; AND FOR RELATED PURPOSES.
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