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Current Legislation
SB162 To require the State Fire Marshal and the Board of Building Standards to include in the State Fire Code and Ohio Building Code, a requirement that a public or private school must install carbon monoxide detectors.
SB158 To exempt from closure certain community schools that enroll students receiving behavioral health services.
SB96 To require one unit of world history in the high school social studies curriculum.
SB42 school districts levy exclusively for school safety and security purposes.
SB21 Third-Grade Reading Guarantee.
SB15 General Assembly to determine cost of a high quality public primary and secondary education.
SB11 alternative summer meal sponsors
HB237 Common Core
HB228 To reform the system of funding elementary and secondary education.
HB215 To authorize a board of education or governing authority of a school to enter into an agreement with a volunteer who is a current or retired law enforcement officer to patrol school premises to prevent or respond to a mass casualty event.
HB193 To revise current high school diploma requirements including state-administered assessments.
HB181 To prohibit submission of a student's personal identifiable information to the federal government without direct authorization of the local school board.
HB167 To authorize school districts with an average daily membership greater than 60,000 and located in a city with a population greater than 700,000 to levy property taxes, the revenue from which may be shared with partnering community schools.
HB59 Operating appropriations for the biennium beginning July 1, 2013, and ending June 30, 2015
HB32 Establish a minimum school year based on hours
HB30 Regarding letters of admonishment to licensed educators.
HB18 With respect to metal detectors in public schools.
HB14 school records of a child who is alleged or adjudicated an abused, neglected, or dependent child
HB8 To revise the school safety laws.
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