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Legislative education calendar Feb. 28-March 4

This is the legislative calendar of education-related bills and events as of Feb. 18. Floor calendars are subject to change and addition, and committee calendars occasionally change.

MONDAY

10 a.m. – House preliminary consideration
– House Bill 11-1169 – Sharing of safety information by campus police

10 a.m. – Senate preliminary consideration
– House Bill 11-1017 – Student and faculty advisors to Auraria board

Senate final consideration
– House Bill 11-1077 – Cleanup of laws on disabled and gifted students

Noon – News conference on Sen. Rollie Heath’s fiscal reform proposal, west foyer

1:30 p.m. – House Education Committee, room 0112
– Senate Bill 11-061 – Changes in special education appeals process
– Senate Bill 11-106 – Sunset of science and technology education advisory board
– House Bill 11-1168 – Higher COF stipends for private college students
– House Bill 11-1254 – Bullying in schools

1:30 p.m. – Joint Budget Committee, JBC hearing room
– Consideration of House-Senate differences on 2010-11 budget balancing bills

TUESDAY

9 a.m. – Senate preliminary consideration
– House Bill 11-1060 – Staggering of UNC trustee terms
– Senate Bill 11-126 – Resident tuition for undocumented students

WEDNESDAY

8 a.m. – Joint education committees, room 0112
– Presentation on area vocational schools

Upon floor adjournment – House Education Committee, room 0112
– House Bill 1101145 – Portability of background checks for childcare workers
– Senate Bill 11-101 – Continuation of fixed tuition and fee rate program
– Senate Bill 11029 – Reports by state land board

Upon floor adjournment – Senate Education Committee, room 354
– House Bill 11-1074 – Technical measure on School of Mines financial aid
– House Bill 11-1069 – Mandatory physical activity in elementary schools

1:30 p.m. – House Finance Committee, room LSB-A
– House Bill 11-1048 – Income tax credits for private school tuition (action only, first bill)
– House Bill 11-1248 – Composition of PERA board (fourth bill)

1:30 p.m. – House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, room 0112
– House Bill 11-1204 – Energy efficient school buildings (third bill)

THURSDAY

1:30 p.m. – Senate Education Committee, room, 354
– Consideration of Western State trustee nominations
– House Bill 11-1053 – Alternatives to incarceration for truancy
– House Bill 11-1089 – Ability of charter schools to apply for some grants

FRIDAY

7:30 p.m. – House Appropriations Committee, room LSB-A
– House Bill 11-1121 – Bar felons from school employment (third bill)

1 p.m. – Colorado Commission on Higher Education, room A of Legislative Services Building, 200 E. 14th Ave.

Use the Education Bill Tracker for links to bill texts and status information

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