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SB 0362 - Education - Age for Compulsory Public School Attendance - Exemptions
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Tracking Level: Oppose
Sponsor: Senator Catherine E. Pugh, District 40
Last Action: 5/22/2012 - Approved by the Governor - - Chapter 494
Senate Committee: Senate Committee on Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
House Committee: House Committee on Ways and Means
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

Related Documents
4/4/2012Testimony - Click to View

Bill Summary from the State Site - Click for the State Summary Page / Click for Current Full Text
BILL INFO-2012 Regular Session-SB 362
2012 Regular Session

SENATE BILL 362

File Code: Primary and Secondary Education Prior Year Introduction As: SB 41/11 - EHE Crossfiled with: HOUSE BILL 373
Sponsored By:
Senators Pugh, Benson, Conway, Currie, Forehand, Garagiola, Jones-Rodwell, Madaleno, McFadden, Stone, Ferguson, Pinsky, and Rosapepe
Entitled:
Education - Age for Compulsory Public School Attendance - Exemptions

Synopsis:

Altering from 16 to 17 the maximum age at which children are required to attend a public school regularly during the entire school year, subject to specified exceptions; requiring specified children to return to attendance at school under specified circumstances; requiring the State Department of Education to complete specified tasks on or before specified dates; etc.

History by Legislative and Calendar Date

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Senate Action
1/30
First Reading Education Health and Environmental Affairs
2/1
Hearing 2/15 at 2:00 p.m.
3/19

Favorable with Amendments Report by Education Health and Environmental Affairs
3/17
Favorable with Amendments {204536/1
Laid Over (Senator Kittleman) Adopted
3/18
Favorable with Amendments {204536/1 Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
3/20
Third Reading Passed (30-16)
4/6
Senate Concur - House Amendments
Third Reading Passed (37-10)
Passed Enrolled
House Action
3/20
First Reading Ways and Means
3/28
Hearing 4/4 at 1:00 p.m.
4/7
Favorable with Amendments Report by Ways and Means
4/3
Favorable with Amendments {765762/1 Report Adopted
Second Reading Passed with Amendments
4/6
Third Reading Passed with Amendments (88-49)
Action after passage in Senate and House
5/22
Approved by the Governor
- Chapter 494

Sponsored by:

Senator Catherine E. Pugh, District 40
Senator Joanne C. Benson, District 24
Senator Joan Carter Conway, District 43
Senator Ulysses Currie, District 25
Senator Bill Ferguson, District 46
Senator Jennie M. Forehand, District 17
Senator Rob Garagiola, District 15
Senator Verna L. Jones-Rodwell, District 44
Senator Richard S. Madaleno, Jr., District 18
Senator Nathaniel J. McFadden, District 45
Senator Paul G. Pinsky, District 22
Senator Jim Rosapepe, District 21
Senator Norman R. Stone, Jr., District 6

Bill indexed under the following Subjects:

Crimes and Punishments -see also- Penalties and Sentnc; etc.
Education, Boards of
Education -see also- Driver Ed; Higher Ed; Special Ed; etc
Education, State Department of
Legislation -see also- Correct Leg; Cur Leg; Emerg Bills
Penalties and Sentences -see also- Death Penalty
Public Schools
Reports
Students
Truancy

Bill affects the following Statutes:

Education
( 7-301 , 7-301 )

Documents

All documents except Roll Call Votes are displayed in PDF format:
Bill Text: First Reading, Third Reading, Enrolled, Chapter
Fiscal and Policy Note: Available
Amendments:
Senate
Number: 204536/01     Offered on: March 21, 2012   at: 11:47 a.m.     Status: Adopted
House
Number: 765762/01     Offered on: April 7, 2012   at: 5:42 p.m.     Status: Adopted
Committee Votes :
Senate
Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
House
Ways and Means
Roll Call Votes (Legislative dates are shown):
Senate
March 20, 2012: Third Reading Passed (30-16)
April 6, 2012: Third Reading Passed (37-10)
House
April 6, 2012: Third Reading Passed (88-49)