SPB 7016: Juvenile Justice Education and Workforce Programs
PROPOSED BILL by Education Pre-K - 12
Juvenile Justice Education and Workforce Programs; Providing legislative intent regarding juvenile justice education and workforce-related programs; requiring that the Department of Juvenile Justice ensure that each juvenile justice education program meets specified minimum standards; creating the Florida Juvenile Justice Education Act; requiring that each juvenile justice education program involve the regional workforce board or economic development agency and local postsecondary institutions to determine the occupational areas for the education and workforce-related program; providing that if a program fails to meet the minimum passage rates, the program must discontinue enrollment and redirect students into a different industry certification area of high demand; requiring that the Department of Juvenile Justice hold the school districts and private providers accountable for performance outcomes until the youth are released from the department’s supervision, etc.
Last Action: 11/4/2011 Senate - Submit as committee bill by Education Pre-K - 12 (SB 834)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Submitted for consideration by Education Pre-K - 12
• On Committee agenda-- Education Pre-K - 12, 11/02/11, 8:30 am, 301 Senate Office Building --Submitted as Committee Bill
• Submit as committee bill by Education Pre-K - 12 (SB 834)
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