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Legislative calendar April 2-6

Here’s the calendar of education-related meetings in the legislature for April 2-6. Floor and committee agendas are subject to change during the week, and measures scheduled for the floor are frequently subject to delay.


10 a.m. – House final consideration

  • House Bill 12-1261 – Stipends for board certified teachers
  • House Bill 12-1234 – Role and mission change for Colorado Mesa University
  • Senate Bill 12-067 – Non-profit requirement for charter school boards

House preliminary consideration

  • House Bill 12-1043 – Creation of new concurrent enrollment program
  • Senate Bill 12-036 – Parent consent for school surveys

10 a.m. – Senate final consideration

  • Senate Bill 12-015 – Tuition rates for undocumented students

Senate preliminary consideration

  • Senate Bill 12-068 – Ban on use of trans fats in some Colorado schools


9 a.m. – Senate preliminary consideration

  • Senate Bill 12-160 – Membership of state parent advisory group
  • House Bill 12-1146 – Dropout recovery program


7:30 a.m. – House Education Committee, room 0112

  • Meeting with JBC members and CDE officials to discuss 2012-13 school finance act

Upon floor adjournment – Senate Education Committee, room 354

  • House Bill 12-1081 – Administrative flexibility for Auraria Higher Education Center

1:30 p.m. – Senate State Affairs Committee, room 353

  • House Bill 12-1118 – Requirement that district collective bargaining sessions be public


Upon floor adjournment – Senate Finance Committee, room 354

  • House Bill 12-1150 – Calculation of retirement benefits for new PERA members

1:30 p.m. – Senate Education Committee, room 354

  • Governor’s board nominees, include CCHE and Adams, Mines and Metro trustees
  • Senate Bill 12-164 – Regulation of for-profit colleges


Senate closed

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

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