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based on: Education Funding 2016

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Bill No. Title CCW SummaryFull TextFiscal NotesStatusHouse SponsorsSenate SponsorsLobbyistsVotes
HB16-1022 Full-day Kindergarten Funding

For the 2016-17 budget year, the bill increases the supplemental kindergarten enrollment so that each school district can count a kindergarten student as a full-day student. Also, during the 2016-17 budget year, a school district can include in its pupil count all students who are eligible for enrollment in kindergarten, regardless of whether they are actually enrolled.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (06/13/2016)House Committee on Appropriations Postpone Indefinitely (05/05/2016)J. Wilson (R)LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
HB16-1222 Suppl Online Ed & Blended Learning Resources

The bill creates the statewide supplemental online and blended learning program (program) to better administer the availability of these courses and services. 

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (08/09/2016)Governor Signed (06/10/2016)M. Tyler (D)
B. Rankin (R)
N. Todd (D)
O. Hill (R)
LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
HB16-1253 Current Year Adjustments To School Finance

The bill adjusts the School Finance budget.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (06/16/2016)Governor Signed (03/09/2016)M. Hamner (D)P. Steadman (D)LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
HB16-1422 Financing Public Schools

The bill sets the statewide base per pupil funding amount for the 2016-17 budget year at $6,367.90, which is an inflationary increase of 1.2%, and establishes the minimum amount of total program funding for
the 2016-17 budget year. 

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (06/17/2016)Governor Signed (06/10/2016)M. Hamner (D)
B. Rankin (R)
K. Lambert (R)
P. Steadman (D)
LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
SB16-023 Funding For Full-day Kindergarten

The bill expresses the general assembly's intent to increase funding annually for full-day kindergarten starting in the 2017-18 budget year and continuing through the 2021-22 budget year so that by the 2021-22 budget year, the general assembly is funding kindergarten students as full-day pupils.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (06/13/2016)Senate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely (02/08/2016)A. Kerr (D)LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
SB16-035 The Public School Fund

The bill creates the public school fund investment board to direct the state treasurer on the investment of the constitutionally created public school fund.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (08/19/2016)Governor Signed (06/08/2016)D. Young (D)
B. Rankin (R)
J. Sonnenberg (R)
M. Johnston (D)
LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
SB16-066 Recreating School Finance Contingency Reserve Fund

The contingency reserve fund was erroneously repealed July 1, 2015. The bill recreates the contingency reserve fund without substantive change.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (06/16/2016)Governor Signed (03/18/2016)M. Hamner (D)P. Steadman (D)LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
SB16-154 Tax Credits For Nonpublic Education

The bill establishes a private school tuition income tax credit for income tax years commencing on or after January 1, 2017, that allows any taxpayer to claim a credit when the taxpayer enrolls a dependent qualified
child in a private school.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (05/19/2016)House Committee on Education Postpone Indefinitely (05/02/2016)K. Ransom (R)K. Lundberg (R)LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
SB16-188 Access To Resources For Charter Schools

Beginning in the 2017-18 budget year, the bill requires a school district to distribute revenue it receives from ongoing local property tax mill levies equally, on a per-student basis, to the school district charter
schools, with exceptions for revenue that is restricted to certain uses by voters.

Full Text of BillFiscal Notes (07/19/2016)House Committee on Education Postpone Indefinitely (05/10/2016)A. Williams (D)
L. Sias (R)
O. Hill (R)LobbyistsVotes all Legislators
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