HB 937: Auditory-Oral Education Programs
GENERAL BILL by Davis ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Baxley ; Diaz ; Fullwood ; Garcia, L. ; Moraitis ; Passidomo ; Renuart ; Weinstein
Auditory-Oral Education Programs; Cites act as "Auditory-Oral Education Act"; provides that parent of child who is deaf or hard of hearing may enroll child in auditory-oral education program at school that meets specified requirements as part of public school choice options; requires that level of services be determined by IEP plan team or individualized family support plan team; revises provisions relating to funding model for exceptional student education programs to require DOE to revise descriptions of services & supports used to determine exceptional student education cost factors.
Last Action: 5/7/2011 House - Died in K-20 Innovation Subcommittee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 1255 (Ch. 2011-175)
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• Referred to K-20 Innovation Subcommittee; PreK-12 Appropriations Subcommittee; Education Committee -HJ 81
• Introduced -HJ 81
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in K-20 Innovation Subcommittee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/HB 1255 (Ch. 2011-175)
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