Below are bills related to education that we are tracking during the 2018 legislative sessions. This page is updated weekly. For questions about our tracker, please contact us at info@educationvoters.org.

2018 Education bills


Bills that League of Education Voters is watching closely

Below are bills of high interest.

Summary Bill Lead Sponsors Status
Early Learning.
Expanding the provision of trauma-informed child care.
2861 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Signed by Governor
Expanded Learning Opportunities.
Concerning expanded learning opportunities.
2802 Kloba (D-1) Passed House
Finance & Funding.
Making supplemental operating appropriations.
6032 companion to HB 2299 Rolfes (D-23) Signed/Partially Vetoed by Governor
Finance & Funding.
Modifying provisions relating to funding fully the state's program of basic education.
6352 Nelson (D-34) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Modifying basic education provisions.
6362 companion to HB 2721 Wellman (D-41) Signed/Partially Vetoed by Governor
Finance & Funding.
Concerning public schools.
6397 companion to HB 2717 Hunt (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning final implementation of education funding reform.
6525 Mullet (D-5) Passed Senate Policy Committee
K-12.
Modifying the Learning Assistance Program.
2748 Santos (D-37) Passed Opposite Chamber
K-12.
Concerning suspension and expulsion of kindergarten and early elementary school students.
5155 Billig (D-3) Passed Senate Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Expanding higher education opportunities for certain students.
1488 Hansen (D-23) Signed by Governor
Standards & Assessments.
Concerning certificates of academic and individual achievement.
2621 Stonier (D-49) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Aligning eligibility for the College Bound Scholarship program with the State Need Grant program.
5074 Frockt (D-46) Passed Senate
Standards & Assessments.
Reducing state assessment requirements to only those required for federal purposes in order to facilitate removal of inequitable barriers to students.
6144 Wellman (D-41) Introduced


House Bills

Below are all education-related bills that have been introduced in the House.

Summary Bill Lead Sponsors Status
Child Care Providers.
Concerning regulation of licensed child care providers.
2954 companion to SB 6569 Dent (R-13) Introduced
Child Mental Health Consult.
Expanding the activities of the children's mental health services consultation program.
2451 Slatter (D-48) Passed House Policy Committee
Children's Mental Health Services.
Improving access to mental health services for children and youth.
2779 companion to SB 6485 Senn (D-41) Signed by Governor
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Concerning credit requirements for high school graduation.
1509 Stonier (D-49) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Increasing the career and college readiness of public school students.
1600 Santos (D-37) Signed by Governor
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Concerning policies for granting academic credit at institutions of higher education for international baccalaureate (IB) examinations.
2252 Dolan (D-22) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Removing concurrent enrollment requirement of algebra II for AP computer science courses to be counted as equivalent to high school mathematics.
2491 companion to SB 6136 Santos (D-37) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Expanding statewide career and technical education course equivalency options.
2494 companion to SB 6133 Santos (D-37) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Updating application requirements for the academic acceleration incentive program.
2495 companion to SB 6135 Santos (D-37) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Concerning certificates of academic and individual achievement.
2621 Stonier (D-49) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Promoting the use of expert volunteers in career and technical education courses offered in grades seven and eight.
2641 McCaslin (R-4) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Concerning concurrent enrollment programs and college preparatory with examination programs.
2656 Orwall (D-33) Passed House Policy Committee
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Promoting pre-apprenticeship opportunities for high school students.
2685 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Signed by Governor
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Concerning high school and beyond plans.
2686 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Signed by Governor
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Regarding career and technical education in alternative learning experience programs.
2815 companion to SB 6389 Griffey (R-35) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Facilitating high school success.
2868 companion to SB 6209 Pettigrew (D-37) Introduced
Early Learning.
Establishing a child care collaborative task force.
2367 Reeves (D-30) Signed by Governor
Early Learning.
Establishing the working families' child care access and affordability through regional employers act.
2396 Reeves (D-30) Passed House
Early Learning.
Supporting the business of child care.
2450 Senn (D-41) Passed House Policy Committee
Early Learning.
Providing early intervention services for eligible children.
2650 companion to SB 6257 Stonier (D-49) Introduced
Early Learning.
Expanding eligibility for the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program.
2659 Goodman (D-45) Passed House Policy Committee
Early Learning.
Expanding the provision of trauma-informed child care.
2861 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Signed by Governor
Early Learning.
Concerning additional enrichment levy amounts to fund early learning programs.
2898 companion to SB 6458 Kagi (D-32) Introduced
Educator Workforce.
Concerning expanding the current and future educator workforce supply through the recruitment and retention of highly effective educators.
1827 Santos (D-37) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
Educator Workforce.
Concerning paraeducators.
2698 Bergquist (D-11) Passed House Policy Committee
Expanded Learning Opportunities.
Concerning expanded learning opportunities.
2802 Kloba (D-1) Passed House
Finance & Funding.
Changing the dates of the state fiscal year.
2270 Kilduff (D-28) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Making supplemental operating appropriations.
2299 companion to SB 6032 Ormsby (D-3) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Addressing cost-of-living adjustments for teachers' retirement system plan 1 and public employees' retirement system plan 1 retirees.
2323 Dolan (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the Federal Way school district regionalization factor used for compensation.
2366 Reeves (D-30) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the capital budget.
2395 companion to SB 6095 Tharinger (D-24) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Addressing retiree benefits for participants in the public employees' retirement system the teachers' retirement system and the public employees' benefits board.
2452 Dolan (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Clarifying the use of the Puget Sound taxpayer accountability account to include facilities to improve educational outcomes in early learning K-12 and higher education.
2488 Sullivan (D-47) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Providing a benefit increase to certain retirees of the public employees' retirement system plan 1 and the teachers' retirement system plan 1.
2511 companion to SB 6340 Manweller (R-13) House Floor
Finance & Funding.
Addressing employee benefits provided by the school employees' benefits board.
2755 Stonier (D-49) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the Olympia and Tumwater school district regionalization factors.
2810 Dolan (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the Kennewick and Pasco school district regionalization factors used for compensation.
2982 Haler (R-8) Introduced
Governance.
Exchanging and aligning specific powers duties and functions of the superintendent of public instruction and the state board of education.
2824 companion to SB 6427 Harris (R-17) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Expanding civics education in public schools.
1896 companion to SB 5668 Dolan (D-22) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Requiring teacher preparation programs to integrate Native American curriculum developed by OSPI into existing Pacific Northwest history and government requirements.
2034 companion to SB 5028 Lovick (D-44) Passed House Policy Committee
K-12.
Clarifying the nature of the driver training education curriculum.
2266 Hayes (R-10) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Reducing barriers to student participation in extracurricular activities.
2311 Bergquist (D-11) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Regulating opioid medications at educational institutions.
2390 Pollet (D-46) Passed House
K-12.
Creating a students protecting students program.
2442 Manweller (R-13) Passed House Policy Committee
K-12.
Modifying definitions for alternative learning experience courses.
2492 companion to SB 6134 Santos (D-37) Introduced
K-12.
Modifying provisions on second grade reading assessments.
2493 companion to SB 6132 Santos (D-37) Introduced
K-12.
Strengthening school district plans for recognition screening and response to emotional or behavioral distress in students.
2496 companion to SB 6141 Santos (D-37) Introduced
K-12.
Establishing regional school safety centers in educational service districts.
2543 companion to SB 6224 Lovick (D-44) Passed House Policy Committee
K-12.
Preventing public identification or stigmatization of public school students.
2558 Kirby (D-29) Passed House
K-12.
Regarding the transitional bilingual instruction program.
2590 Ortiz-Self (D-21) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Creating the hunger-free students' bill of rights act.
2610 Peterson (D-21) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Revising the definition of native language for purposes of the transitional bilingual instruction program.
2615 Santos (D-37) Introduced
K-12.
Expanding the definition of eligible pupil for purposes of the transitional bilingual instruction program.
2616 Santos (D-37) Passed House Policy Committee
K-12.
Concerning the treatment and handling of communications and records held by campus-affiliated advocates at institutions of higher education.
2637 Holy (R-6) Introduced
K-12.
Providing services and supports to pregnant and parenting minors to improve educational attainment.
2670 Kilduff (D-28) Passed House Fiscal Committee
K-12.
Defining the process for best interest determinations of students in out-of-home care.
2684 Caldier (R-26) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Concerning student access to school libraries and information technology.
2695 Stonier (D-49) Passed House Policy Committee
K-12.
Modifying the Learning Assistance Program.
2748 Santos (D-37) Passed Opposite Chamber
K-12.
Concerning additional poverty-based learning assistance program allocation.
2763 companion to SB 6394 Jenkin (R-16) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning suspension and expulsion of students including kindergarten and early elementary school students.
2767 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Introduced
K-12.
Defining dyslexia as a specific learning disability and requiring early screening for dyslexia.
2796 companion to SB 6162 Pollet (D-46) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning interscholastic activities and basketball tournaments.
2828 companion to SB 6336 Riccelli (D-3) Introduced
K-12.
Removing the ability of school districts to withhold grades and transcripts of pupils responsible for certain damage or losses to school property.
2846 Orwall (D-33) Introduced
K-12.
Modifying school and court processes to promote attendance and reduce truancy.
2848 Orwall (D-33) Passed House Policy Committee
K-12.
Ensuring student rights under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 are preserved.
2866 Pellicciotti (D-30) Introduced
K-12.
Helping foster and homeless youth complete apprenticeships.
2867 companion to SB 6274 Doglio (D-22) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning equitable educational outcomes for foster children and youth from preschool to postsecondary education.
2877 companion to SB 6223 Kagi (D-32) Introduced
K-12.
Requires that feminine hygiene products be provided in all female & gender-neutral restrooms at no cost to students.
2911 Pollet (D-46) Introduced
K-12.
-Requires universal screening of students at or before 2nd and 6th grade to determine eligibility for highly capable services. Districts must use multiple criteria and pathways to identify students. No single criteria can disqualify a student. Assessment must be given in native language of student or non-verbal options available. Status stays with student regardless of program enrollment. Educators must attend three hours of PD biannually on highly capable student needs. Collect disaggregated data on screening scores and services.
2927 companion to SB 6508 Vick (R-18) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning witnessing a student's college bound scholarship pledge when efforts to obtain a parent's or guardian's signature are unsuccessful.
1293 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Decoupling services and activities fees from tuition.
1433 companion to SB 5592 Stambaugh (R-25) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Concerning the opportunity scholarship program.
1452 companion to SB 5361 Holy (R-6) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Expanding higher education opportunities for certain students.
1488 Hansen (D-23) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Creating protections and fairness for students in the student loan disbursement process.
1499 Pollet (D-46) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Expanding opportunities for higher education students.
2143 Haler (R-8) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Creating the rural county high employer demand jobs program.
2177 Chapman (D-24) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Requiring institutions of higher education to report incidents involving freedom of expression on campus.
2324 Van Werven (R-42) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Eliminating certain postsecondary institutions' eligibility for state financial aid programs.
2377 Hansen (D-23) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Providing room and board for certain college bound scholarship students.
2386 Hudgins (D-11) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Modifying the adoption provisions on the state comprehensive plan for workforce training and education.
2463 Sells (D-38) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning veteran and national guard tuition waivers.
2464 Reeves (D-30) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning funding for the opportunity scholarship program.
2504 Hansen (D-23) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Concerning suicide prevention and behavioral health in higher education with enhanced services to student veterans.
2513 Orwall (D-33) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Modifying the requirements for renewing state need grants.
2520 Pike (R-18) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Establishing a matched student loan repayment program for rural medical doctors.
2598 Riccelli (D-3) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Granting of high school diplomas by community or technical colleges.
2617 companion to SB 6248 Santos (D-37) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Concerning student opportunity assistance and relief for student loans.
2720 Orwall (D-33) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Concerning child care for student parents in public institutions of higher education.
2764 Pollet (D-46) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Protecting public safety by authorizing certain educational institutions to impose reasonable restrictions on registered sex and kidnapping offenders enrolled at those institutions.
2783 McDonald (R-25) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Implementing a tracking and early alert system to improve student success at community and technical colleges.
2801 Stambaugh (R-25) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning postsecondary institution policy on gift equity packaging.
2823 Steele (R-12) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Ensuring the passport to college promise program is available to certain populations of foster youth.
2832 Kilduff (D-28) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
Postsecondary.
Establishing pilot programs to plan for the needs of certain college students experiencing homelessness.
2854 Sells (D-38) Passed House Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Creating the Washington children's educational savings account program.
2860 Kilduff (D-28) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Providing feminine hygiene products in community and technical colleges at no cost to students.
2863 Stambaugh (R-25) Passed House Policy Committee
Standards & Assessments.
Concerning certificates of academic and individual achievement.
1046 MacEwen (R-35) House Floor
Standards & Assessments.
Concerning certificates of academic and individual achievement.
2621 Stonier (D-49) Introduced
Standards & Assessments.
Modifying provisions on second grade reading assessments.
2493 companion to SB 6132 Santos (D-37) Introduced
Student Supports.
Improving students' mental health by enhancing nonacademic professional services.
1377 Ortiz-Self (D-21) Passed House Policy Committee
Student Supports.
Promoting student health and readiness through meal and nutrition programs.
1508 Stonier (D-49) Signed by Governor


Senate Bills

Below are all education-related bills that have been introduced in the Senate.

Summary Bill Lead Sponsors Status
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Facilitating high school success.
6209 companion to HB 2868 Mullet (D-5) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Covering costs for low-income running start students.
6260 Ranker (D-40) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Helping foster and homeless youth complete apprenticeships.
6274 companion to HB 2867 Ranker (D-40) Signed by Governor
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Concerning concurrent enrollment programs and college preparatory with examination programs.
6398 companion to HB 2656 Palumbo (D-1) Introduced
College Readiness/Career Connected Learning.
Expanding registered apprenticeship programs.
6486 Ranker (D-40) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
Early Learning.
Concerning the working connections child care subsidy.
6100 Ranker (D-40) Introduced
Early Learning.
Providing early intervention services for eligible children.
6257 companion to HB 2650 Billig (D-3) Signed by Governor
Early Learning.
Supporting the business of child care.
6403 Wellman (D-41) Passed Senate Policy Committee
Early Learning.
Concerning background checks for persons providing child care services.
6404 Wellman (D-41) Signed by Governor
Early Learning.
Concerning access to the Washington Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program.
6419 Rolfes (D-23) Signed by Governor
Early Learning.
Concerning additional enrichment levy amounts to fund early learning programs.
6458 companion to HB 2898 Billig (D-3) Passed Senate Fiscal Committee
Early Learning.
Studying the cliff effect in the working connections child care program.
6464 Zeiger (R-25) Introduced
Early Learning.
Concerning child care center licensing standards regarding educational requirements.
6533 Billig (D-3) Introduced
Early Learning.
Concerning early literacy.
6553 Rivers (R-18) Introduced
Early Learning.
Concerning regulation of licensed child care providers.
6569 companion to HB 2954 Zeiger (R-25) Introduced
Educator Workforce.
Addressing the need for substitutes in schools.
6289 companion to HB 2379 Conway (D-29) Introduced
Educator Workforce.
Concerning paraeducators.
6388 companion to HB 2698 Mullet (D-5) Signed by Governor
Finance & Funding.
Making supplemental operating appropriations.
6032 companion to HB 2299 Rolfes (D-23) Signed/Partially vetoed by Governor
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the capital budget.
6095 companion to HB 2395 Frockt (D-46) Delivered to Governor
Finance & Funding.
Regarding the school employees' benefits board.
6288 companion to HB 2657 Frockt (D-46) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Addressing cost-of-living adjustments for teachers' retirement system plan 1 and public employees' retirement system plan 1 retirees.
6290 companion to HB 2323 Hunt (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Modifying provisions relating to funding fully the state's program of basic education.
6352 Nelson (D-34) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Modifying basic education provisions.
6362 companion to HB 2721 Wellman (D-41) Signed/Partially vetoed by Governor
Finance & Funding.
Concerning public schools.
6397 companion to HB 2717 Hunt (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the Federal Way school district regionalization factor used for compensation.
6447 companion to HB 2366 Miloscia (R-30) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Revising education funding reform provisions to enhance uniformity flexibility and special education funding.
6483 Conway (D-29) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning the Olympia and Tumwater school district regionalization factors.
6494 companion to HB 2810 Hunt (D-22) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Concerning final implementation of education funding reform.
6525 Mullet (D-5) Passed Senate Policy Committee
Finance & Funding.
Eliminating the reduction in state basic education funding that occurs in counties with federal forest lands.
6537 Braun (R-20) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Adjusting the Pasco and Kennewick school district regionalization factors.
6568 Brown (R-8) Introduced
Finance & Funding.
Revising regionalization factors for certain school districts.
6591 Becker (R-2) Introduced
Governance.
Enacting the Washington voting rights act of 2018.
6002 Saldaña (D-37) Signed by Governor
Governance.
Exchanging and aligning specific powers duties and functions of the superintendent of public instruction and the state board of education.
6427 companion to HB 2824 Wellman (D-41) Introduced
I-200 Repeal.
Repeals Initiative 200 passed in 1998.
6406 Chase (D-32) Passed Senate Policy Committee
K-12.
Concerning suspension and expulsion of kindergarten and early elementary school students.
5155 Billig (D-3) Passed Senate Policy Committee
K-12.
Concerning the application of landmark or historic preservation regulations.
5805 Frockt (D-46) Introduced
K-12.
Adopting policy and procedures on student interviews and interrogations.
6065 Wellman (D-41) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Expanding statewide career and technical education course equivalency options.
6133 Zeiger (R-25) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Modifying definitions for alternative learning experience courses.
6134 Wellman (D-41) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Updating application requirements for the academic acceleration incentive program.
6135 Wellman (D-41) Passed Senate
K-12.
Removing concurrent enrollment requirement of algebra II for AP computer science courses to be counted as equivalent to high school mathematics.
6136 Rolfes (D-23) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Strengthening school district plans for recognition screening and response to emotional or behavioral distress in students.
6141 McCoy (D-38) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Creating a work group on educational equity for homeless children and youth.
6148 Palumbo (D-1) Introduced
K-12.
Informing high school students enrolled in dual credit courses about the online credit search tool.
6153 Ranker (D-40) Passed Senate Policy Committee
K-12.
Defining dyslexia as a specific learning disability and requiring early screening for dyslexia.
6162 Zeiger (R-25) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Concerning school composting and recycling.
6168 Kuderer (D-48) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Concerning equitable educational outcomes for foster children and youth from preschool to postsecondary education.
6223 Carlyle (D-36) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
K-12.
Establishing regional school safety centers in educational service districts.
6224 companion to HB 2543 Van De Wege (D-24) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning interscholastic activities and basketball tournaments.
6336 Baumgartner (R-6) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning the Washington history day program.
6374 companion to HB 2288 Mullet (D-5) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning additional poverty-based Learning Assistance Program allocation.
6394 companion to HB 2763 Walsh (R-16) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning school safety.
6410 Padden (R-4) Passed Senate
K-12.
Updating the environmental and sustainability literacy plan.
6421 Ranker (D-40) Passed Senate Fiscal Committee
K-12.
Concerning student access to school libraries and information technology.
6460 companion to HB 2695 Fain (R-47) Passed Senate Policy Committee
K-12.
Creating a pilot project for tribal compact schools.
6474 McCoy (D-38) Signed by Governor
K-12.
Concerning highly capable students.
6508 companion to HB 2927 Rivers (R-18) Introduced
K-12.
Concerning special education funding.
6524 Braun (R-20) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Aligning eligibility for the College Bound Scholarship program with the State Need Grant program.
5074 Frockt (D-46) Passed Senate
Postsecondary.
Establishing a student loan bill of rights.
6029 Liias (D-21) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Modifying the Washington advanced college tuition payment and college savings programs.
6087 Mullet (D-5) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Establishing the Evergreen Investment Scholarship program.
6101 Ranker (D-40) Passed Senate Fiscal Committee
Postsecondary.
Authorizing community and technical colleges to establish a police force on their campuses.
6119 Wilson (R-17) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Providing a tuition waiver for state residents who are members of a federally recognized Indian tribe.
6131 McCoy (D-38) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Expanding caseload forecasting at community and technical colleges to include students who do not have a high school diploma or equivalent or a postsecondary credential and expected enrollments in adult basic education.
6169 companion to HB 2399 Palumbo (D-1) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Granting of high school diplomas by community or technical colleges.
6248 companion to HB 2617 Wellman (D-41) Passed Senate
Postsecondary.
Creating the social work professional loan repayment program.
6259 Ranker (D-40) Passed Senate Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Modifying eligibility for state need grants.
6261 Ranker (D-40) Passed Senate Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Establishing pilot programs to plan for the needs of certain college students experiencing homelessness.
6262 Ranker (D-40) Passed Senate Fiscal Committee
Postsecondary.
Expanding the passport to college promise program to include youth experiencing homelessness and foster youth thirteen and older.
6263 Ranker (D-40) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Regarding career and technical education in alternative learning experience programs.
6389 companion to HB 2815 Zeiger (R-25) Passed Senate Fiscal Committee
Postsecondary.
Concerning suicide prevention and behavioral health in higher education with enhanced services to student veterans.
6514 companion to HB 2513 Brown (R-8) Signed by Governor
Postsecondary.
Concerning the Graham community and technical college study.
6534 Becker (R-2) Passed Senate Policy Committee
Postsecondary.
Reducing community and technical college tuition.
6543 Braun (R-20) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Concerning policies for part-time faculty at institutions of higher education.
6578 Ranker (D-40) Introduced
Postsecondary.
Concerning the criminal history of applicants to institutions of higher education.
6582 Chase (D-32) Signed by Governor
School Construction.
Regarding the school construction assistance program.
6531 companion to HB 2953 Pedersen (D-43) Passed Senate
School District Bonds 55%.
Lowers the voter threshold for passage of school district bonds from 60% to 55%. Requires a vote of the people to amend constitution.
6246 Mullet (D-5) Passed Senate Fiscal Committee
Standards & Assessments.
Modifying provisions on second grade reading assessments.
6132 companion to HB 2493 Wellman (D-41) Passed Senate
Standards & Assessments.
Reducing state assessment requirements to only those required for federal purposes in order to facilitate removal of inequitable barriers to students.
6144 Wellman (D-41) Introduced
Standards & Assessments.
Making the open educational resources project permanent.
6201 Liias (D-21) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
Student Supports.
Preventing harassment intimidation and bullying in public schools.
5766 Liias (D-21) On Opposite Chamber's Floor
Student Supports.
Concerning breakfast after the bell programs in certain public schools.
6003 Wellman (D-41) Passed Senate