(Denver, CO) -- Lawmakers have a busy week ahead and one of the committees set to meet this week is the House Education Committee.
On the agenda are four bills.
Representatives are presenting:
At-risk Student Measure For School Finance
Concerning the creation of a new measure in the public school funding formula for identifying at-risk students, and, in connection therewith, creating a working group in the department of education to implement the new measure in a future budget year.
Parent Authority To Request Public School Reforms
Concerning parents' authority to request reforms for low-performing schools.
Choice In Low-performing School Districts
Concerning the creation of a program to enable students enrolled in a low-performing school district to pursue other educational opportunities.
Public Education Curriculum And Professional Development Information
Concerning requiring public education entities to improve academic transparency by providing easily accessible information to the public, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.
NOTE: The committee meeting will start at 1:30 on Thursday, March 3rd. If you would like to listen into testimony, you can access the live listen by clicking HERE..