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A05060 Summary:

BILL NO    A05060 

SAME AS S04216

SPONSOR    Nolan

COSPNSR    Cusick


Rpld S4402 sub 1 b sub 1 clause (d), sub 3 clauses (d-2) & (h), amd Ed L,
generally; amd S375, V & T L; rpld S353 sub 15, Exec L; amd S6-0107, En Con L

Establishes Earth Day; relates to mandate relief for school districts and
certain other educational entities; removes references to subcommittees on
special education; relates to the provision of special education programs and
services to students parentally placed in non-public schools through dual
enrollment in the public schools; eliminates the requirement that the
commissioner of education make appointments to state-supported schools; relates
to the committee on special education membership requirements; relates to
transportation of students with disabilities parentally placed in a private
school; establishes that all school districts are approved evaluators of
preschool students suspected of having a disability; relates to the statute of
limitations for special education due process hearings; relates to the
selection of a preschool evaluator; relates to referrals to state adult service
agencies for certain students with disabilities who have reached the age of 18;
gives school districts or boards of cooperative educational services the option
of advertising procurement bids in the state's opportunities newsletter;
relates to the state smart growth public infrastructure criteria; relates to
school omnibus signs complying with federal motor vehicle safety standards;
authorizes the commissioner of education to conduct a study of the feasibility
and desirability of authorizing school districts and boards of cooperative
educational services to enter national credit card contracts; repeals
provisions relating to the duties of the director of the division of veterans
affairs; repeals provisions relating to reports on certain children of Vietnam
veterans; repeals provisions relating to subcommittees on special education;
and repeals provisions relating to the requirement that boards of education
develop plans and policies for appropriate declassification of students with
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