CS/HB 1837: SUCCEED, FLORIDA! Initiative
GENERAL BILL by Community Colleges & Workforce Committee ; Patterson ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Farkas ; Porth
SUCCEED, FLORIDA! Initiative; (THIS BILL COMBINED IN H6005) creates provisions re career education; defines term "career education"; provides elements of rigorous career education system; establishes position of Deputy Commissioner of Career Education to direct Career Education Office in DOE & specifies qualifications for deputy commissioner; provides elements & duties of career & professional academy & for certification thereof, etc. Amends FS. APPROPRIATION: $175,000.
Last Action: 4/26/2005 House - This bill combined with 119, 167, 935, 1613, 1655 & 1853 -HJ 00728; Original bill laid on Table, under Rule 7.9(c), refer to HCB 6005 (Died in Senate Committee on Education) -HJ 00728
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• Filed; Introduced -HJ 00298
• Referred to Education Appropriations (FC); Education Council -HJ 00335
• On Committee agenda-- Education Appropriations (FC), 04/11/05, 4:15 pm, 212-K --Temporarily deferred
• On Committee agenda-- Education Appropriations (FC), 04/12/05, 4:00 pm, 212-K
• Favorable with CS amendment by Education Appropriations (FC); YEAS 16 NAYS 0 -HJ 00509
• Pending review of CS under Rule 6.3(b); Now in Education Council -HJ 00509
• This bill combined with 119, 167, 935, 1613, 1655 & 1853 -HJ 00728; Original bill laid on Table, under Rule 7.9(c), refer to HCB 6005 (Died in Senate Committee on Education) -HJ 00728
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