Note: This meeting will be streamed live at http://www.schools.utah.gov/board/Meetings/Webcast.aspx.
To see what action the Board took on bills, please view the Legislative Tracking Sheet on USOE’s 2013 Legislative Session page, http://schools.utah.gov/law/Legislative-Session.aspx, after the meeting.
UTAH STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Legislative Board Meeting
Utah State Office of Education
250 East 500 South, Salt Lake City, Utah
Jan. 31, 2013
Noon to 2:00 PM
1. INFORMATION: Legislative Presentations
a. Senator Howard Stephenson
2. DISCUSSION/ACTION: Review State Board Election and Governance Bills
a. HB 59 School Board Election Provisions – Representative Nielson
b. HB 267 State Board of Education Elections – Representative Moss
c. SJR 5 Joint Resolution on State Superintendent of Public Instruction–Senator Reid
d. State School Board Elections – Senator Reid
3. DISCUSSION/ACTION: Review Education-Related Bills – Possible Action on Bills
a. SB 134 U-PASS Amendments (College and Career Assessment) – Senator Dayton
b. HB 55 Amendments related to Funding – Representative Briscoe
c. HB 246 Expanded Uses of School District Property Tax Revenue – Rep. McIff
d. HB 255 Classified Employee Amendments – Representative Last
e. HB 271 Funding for Public Education – Representative Bird
f. HB 275 Health Insurance for Schools – Representative Bird
g. SB 39 Parental Responsibility for Sex Education Training – Senator Reid
h. SB 110 School-based Budgeting Amendments – Senator Stephenson
i. SB 128 Financial Transparency in Education – Senator Thatcher
4. DISCUSSION/ACTION: Budget Discussions
a. Budget Priorities Handout
b. Budget Issues Update
5. DISCUSSION: Future Meeting Agendas and Presentations
6. DISCUSSION/ACTION: Other Legislative Issues/Concerns
As time permits, public comments may be accepted prior to action being taken by the Board.
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