Legislative Update as of 6/19/2018
|AB 2635 (Weber D)||Sponsor|
|Education finance: local control funding formula: supplemental grants: lowest performing pupil subgroup or subgroups.|
Location: 6/7/2018 - S . ED.
|Would, commencing with the 2018–19 fiscal year, adjust the definition of “unduplicated pupils” to include pupils who are included in the lowest performing subgroup or subgroups, as defined, based on the most recently available mathematics or language arts results on the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, as specified. The bill would require the Superintendent of Public Instruction to annually identify the lowest performing pupil subgroup or subgroups.|
|SB 1216 (Glazer D)||Sponsor|
Location: 4/27/2018 - S . DEAD
|Would require the governing body of a charter school to hold its meetings within the physical boundaries of the state and in accordance with specified provisions related to those meetings, as provided, including a requirement that, if the governing body of the charter school operates charter schools in multiple school districts, a teleconference location be available within the geographic boundaries of each school district in which the charter schools are located. To the extent that this teleconference location requirement would impose new duties on charter schools, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.|
|AB 406 (McCarty D)||Oppose|
|Charter schools: operation.|
Location: 5/29/2018 - S . ED.
|The Charter Schools Act of 1992 provides for the establishment and operation of a charter school and authorizes a charter school to elect to operate as, or be operated by, a nonprofit public benefit corporation, as specified. This bill, on and after January 1, 2019, would prohibit a petitioner that submits a charter petition for the establishment of a charter school or a charter school that submits a charter renewal or material revision application from operating as, or being operated by, a for-profit corporation, a for-profit educational management organization, or a for-profit charter management organization.|
|AB 1478 (Jones-Sawyer D)||Oppose|
Location: 2/1/2018 - A . DEAD
|Would expressly state that charter schools and entities managing charter schools are subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act, unless the charter school is operated by an entity governed by the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act, in which case the charter school would be subject to the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act. This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.|
|AB 3222 (O'Donnell D)||Oppose|
|Public works: prevailing wages.|
Location: 6/13/2018 - S . RLS.
|Would expand the definition of “public works,” for the purposes of provisions relating to the prevailing rate of per diem wages, to also include any construction, alteration, demolition, installation, or repair work done under private contract on a project for a charter school, as defined, when the project is paid for, in whole or in part, with the proceeds of conduit revenue bonds, as defined, that were issued on or after January 1, 2019.|
|AB 1661 (Limón D)||Neutral|
|School accountability: federal compliance with accountability requirements.|
Location: 4/19/2018 - S . ED.
|Would update cross-references to the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act as amended by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act and make various conforming changes, including to the English Learner and Immigrant Pupil Federal Conformity Act, provisions relating to foster youth and migrant children, and provisions relating to parent and family engagement programs. By adding requirements on school districts and county offices of education in regards to written parent and family engagement programs, and to the extent other changes are in addition to what is required by federal law, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program.|
Total Measures: 6
Total Tracking Forms: 6
6/19/2018 5:18:42 AM
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