Education

2022 Regular Session

Education

Bill Number Bill Description Bill Status
HB 14
Not Rated
Small School District Equipment, Maintenance and Infrastructure Grant; create to assist certain school districts. Dead
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HB 17
Not Rated
Teacher contracts; prohibit superintendents from entering into with current licensed employees for continuation of employment before April 15. Dead
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HB 26
Not Rated
School Recognition Program; restrict awards to teachers and licensed staff and require SBE to adopt rules for administration. Dead
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HB 31
Not Rated
Charter schools; reconstitute authorizer board and require formula to ensure equitable distribution of local funds. Dead
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HB 42
Not Rated
School attendance; require for children unable to score a 21 or higher on the ACT until the child reaches 18 years of age. Dead
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HB 44
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; create additional nontraditional route for certain individuals to receive. Dead
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HB 47
Not Rated
School bus drivers; require to be first aid and CPR trained and certified. Dead
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HB 50
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require all employees to be tested annually for tuberculosis. Dead
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HB 51
Not Rated
Public and private schools; require all employees to annually receive flu vaccine. Dead
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HB 67
Not Rated
Student residency requirements; require State Board of Education to adopt uniform policy to be implemented by school boards. Dead
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HB 72
Not Rated
School curriculum; require comprehensive Mississippi History course for public school students in Grade 9. Dead
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HB 73
Not Rated
MAEP; define 'at-risk pupil' and include a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Dead
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HB 78
Not Rated
Trimester School Year Pilot Program; establish. Dead
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HB 79
Not Rated
School social workers and psychologists; authorize districts to employ and receive partial state reimbursement for salaries of. Dead
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HB 80
Not Rated
MAEP; increase adjustment to base student cost for at-risk students. Dead
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HB 101
Not Rated
Mississippi Universal Prekindergarten Program Act of 2022; create. Dead
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HB 118
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; require the SBE to cease administration of for the 2021-2022 school year. Dead
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HB 119
Not Rated
End-of-course subject area tests; discontinue and require minimum score on the ACT for graduation. Dead
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HB 120
Not Rated
End-of-course assessments; remove mandatory requirement of passing score as a condition of graduation. Dead
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HB 121
Not Rated
Statewide Assessment Program; require SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment. Dead
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HB 123
Not Rated
School districts; authorize to offer supplemental compensation to Medicare eligible retired bus drivers if they secure Medicare. Dead
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HB 129
Not Rated
National Board Certified teachers; provide additional annual salary supplement to those employed in Walthall County. Dead
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HB 135
Not Rated
AEDs; require at public schools and state-supported institutions of higher learning and provide authority to lease. Dead
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HB 139
Not Rated
Public school curriculum; require instruction in mental illness as part of Health Education. Dead
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HB 148
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; require school districts to notify of nonreemployment within 10 days after adopting budget. Dead
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HB 154
Not Rated
Special education funds; require separate appropriation to the State Board of Education for. Dead
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HB 173
Not Rated
School attendance officers; clarify fulfillment of duties before, during and after designated leave period. Dead
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HB 174
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; revise disciplinary procedures relating to suspension or revocation of, and due process. Dead
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HB 182
Not Rated
Schools in district transformation; prohibit mandatory consolidation if progressing toward termination of district transformation status. Dead
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HB 194
Not Rated
Corporal punishment; prohibit in public and charter schools. Dead
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HB 198
Not Rated
Statewide Assessment Program; require the SBE to use ACT Aspire as summative assessment. Dead
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HB 205
Not Rated
Metal detectors; require in all public schools beginning with 2022-2023 school year. Dead
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HB 249
Not Rated
School prayer; require school boards to designate a period of reflection for students at the beginning of each school day. Dead
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HB 264
Not Rated
First grade enrollment; allow child who turns six on or before December 31 to start at beginning of that school year. Dead
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HB 265
Not Rated
Eleventh Grade students; require to take GED or High School Equivalency Test for senior early-release privilege eligibility. Dead
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HB 266
Not Rated
Compulsory school attendance; require youth court petition after third unlawful absence and authorize community service for violations. Dead
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HB 270
Not Rated
Home economics; require to be taught in 'D' and 'F' rated school districts. Dead
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HB 272
Not Rated
School attendance officers; require to visit homes of certain children within 72 hours of unexcused absence. Dead
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HB 273
Not Rated
Homework; require teachers to incorporate daily and weekly assignments into their curriculum. Dead
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HB 280
Not Rated
Comprehensive School Health Education Program; include additional components in and require school nurse to teach. Dead
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HB 281
Not Rated
School districts; require certain policies and alternative curriculum if accountability rating at three lowest levels. Dead
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HB 283
Not Rated
Elementary professional school counselors; allocate funds under Mississippi Adequate Education Program for. Dead
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HB 286
Not Rated
School curriculum; require teaching of certain high school subjects in 'C', 'D' and 'F' rated districts. Dead
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HB 287
Not Rated
Teacher salaries; authorize supplement for teachers in critical shortage subject areas in D and F districts. Dead
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HB 288
Not Rated
MS Teachers' Salaries Task Force; create to recommend how state can pay teachers at southeastern average. Dead
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HB 289
Not Rated
Assistant teachers; provide annual salary supplement in C, D and F school districts. Dead
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HB 305
Not Rated
Assistant Teacher Salary Waiver Grant Program; create to help assistant teachers to become licensed. Dead
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HB 309
Not Rated
Summer Youth Training Employment Program; authorize school districts to establish. Dead
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HB 310
Not Rated
State Board of Education; require to develop curriculum and implement programs of conflict resolution. Dead
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HB 326
Not Rated
Mississippi History and United States Government; require to be included in curriculum for all students in Grades 9-12. Dead
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HB 340
Not Rated
Youth and Community Safety Act; create. Dead
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HB 343
Not Rated
Compulsory-school-age child; revise definition of by increasing required age to 18 years. Dead
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HB 354
Not Rated
School board members; authorize excused absences from board meeting in the event of family emergency. Dead
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HB 356
Not Rated
Dating violence; require school districts to adopt a policy and educate students on. Dead
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HB 357
Not Rated
'Mississippi Eyes on Smiling Students Health Act'; enact to require vision screening and oral health assessments for certain students. Dead
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HB 381
Not Rated
School boards powers and duties; expand to require boards to exercise all reasonable efforts to ensure 16th section land lessees pay taxes on leased lands. Dead
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HB 403
Not Rated
CTE students; provide tuition-free instruction and increased financial assistance for industry certification assessment. Dead
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HB 406
Not Rated
U.S. History end-of-course subject area test; remove requirement for the administration for purpose of graduation. Dead
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HB 407
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; provide to certain individuals with a minimum of five years experience in public school districts or certain nonpublic schools. Dead
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HB 408
Not Rated
State Department of Education; require to conduct sampling of material used on the U.S. History end-of-course assessment. Dead
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HB 415
Not Rated
State Superintendent of Public Education; align salary of to no more than 150% of Governor's salary. Dead
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HB 418
Not Rated
Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all. Dead
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HB 420
Not Rated
Districts of Innovations; require State Department of Education to recognize use of Cambridge Assessment or other nationally recognized assessment for accountability ratings. Dead
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HB 423
Not Rated
Accountability rating system; abolish A-F ratings and implement percentage designation ratings. Dead
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HB 437
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act: enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum. Dead
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HB 457
Not Rated
School Resource Officers; revise MCOPS grant program to require attendance at any accredited law enforcement academy. Dead
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HB 489
Not Rated
School districts; require teachers and other licensed personnel to be paid on semimonthly basis. Dead
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HB 494
Not Rated
Exceptional students with significant developmental disabilities and complex communication needs; clarify pathways for receiving educational instruction and training in a UBP. Dead
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HB 498
Not Rated
'Tim Tebow Act'; establish to provide equal access for homeschoolers to participate in public school extracurricular activities. Dead
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HB 499
Not Rated
End-of-course tests; eliminate passing score as graduation requirement and exempt from accountability ratings for four years. Dead
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HB 508
Not Rated
Public schools; require toll-free number for reporting abuse and neglect to be posted in all. Dead
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HB 509
Not Rated
School boards; require itemized report of central office expenditures to be included in notice for increase in ad valorem taxes. Dead
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HB 511
Not Rated
Assistant Teacher Forgivable Loan Program; revise to increase financial assistance to those pursuing teacher licensure. Dead
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HB 522
Not Rated
Nonpublic schools; authorize those accredited by a regional agency to use criminal background check procedures as used by public schools. Dead
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HB 526
Not Rated
'Equal Opportunity for Students with Special Needs Act'; revise definition of 'eligible student' and 'eligible school' to include students with a dyslexia diagnosis. Dead
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HB 552
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; cease all statewide uniform assessments and determine promotion based on cumulative grades. Dead
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HB 568
Not Rated
Statewide assessment program; discontinue all standardized tests except for single test in Grades 3, 8 and 11. Dead
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HB 573
Not Rated
Mental health screenings and assessments; require in all public schools. Dead
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HB 582
Not Rated
Homeschooled students; authorize participation in therapy services available through local school district. Dead
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HB 591
Not Rated
Community schools; authorize implementation under the administration of a District Innovation. Dead
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HB 631
Not Rated
School attendance officers; require to receive training on IDEA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Dead
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HB 632
Not Rated
Corporal punishment; require school districts that allow to adopt a policy allowing parents to opt in. Dead
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HB 647
Not Rated
Teacher and administrator license; deny or revoke for those who physically abuse a student. Dead
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HB 649
Not Rated
Video surveillance cameras; require in certain areas of school facilities for protection of exceptional children. Dead
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HB 651
Not Rated
Compulsory School Attendance Law; rename as the 'Kindergarten Increases Diplomas (KIDs) Act,' and lower compulsory age to five years. Dead
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HB 652
Not Rated
Nonlicensed teachers; authorize local school districts to employ certain number to fill core subject area positions. Dead
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HB 653
Not Rated
National Board Certified teachers; include those employed in Hinds County as eligible for additional supplement. Dead
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HB 664
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; authorize issuance to certain individuals with foreign certification on reciprocity with documentation. Dead
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HB 667
Not Rated
Active shooter training; require school district employees to attend every three years. Dead
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HB 671
Not Rated
Teachers' and teacher assistants' salaries; provide increase to minimum base pay. Dead
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HB 685
Not Rated
Energy Academy Act; extend repealer on authority of Vicksburg-Warren and Claiborne County school boards to partner with nuclear facility. Dead
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HB 709
Not Rated
Public schools; clarify authority of local law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate crimes on property of. Dead
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HB 737
Not Rated
Child abuse hotline; require schools to post in clearly visible location. Dead
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HB 742
Not Rated
School districts; authorize certain districts to employ retired teachers while they continue to draw retirement allowance. Dead
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HB 744
Not Rated
Charter school payments; require school districts to pay local funds due on a monthly basis. Dead
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HB 750
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; authorize SDE to issue Nontraditional Teaching Route - Standard License to certain individuals with advanced degrees. Dead
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HB 756
Not Rated
African-American Studies and Racial Diversity; require SDE to develop curriculum for implementation in public high school. Dead
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HB 781
Not Rated
The Digital Access Learning and Virtual Instruction Program Act of 2022; create. Dead
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HB 790
Not Rated
Video surveillance cameras; require to be installed in classrooms and certain other areas of public schools and postsecondary educational institutions. Dead
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HB 792
Not Rated
Life skills courses; require MDE to develop a comprehensive curriculum for high school students. Dead
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HB 795
Not Rated
Equal Access to Education Act; create to enhance digital learning opportunities for students and public schools. Dead
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HB 815
Not Rated
Wireless learning environments; require school districts to develop and implement within two years. Dead
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HB 818
Not Rated
MS Computer Science and Cyber Education Equality Act; authorize certified or classified staff to provide instruction under. Dead
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HB 832
Not Rated
Mental Awareness Program for School Act; enact to provide for mental health service providers and certain trauma-informed training. Dead
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HB 849
Not Rated
High school curriculum; require SBE to develop for instruction in civics and home economics. Dead
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HB 871
Not Rated
Local Government Control of Public School Athletics Task Force; create to evaluate transfer of such activities from schools. Dead
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HB 873
Not Rated
Tim Tebow Act; create to authorize homeschool students to participate in public school extracurricular activities. Dead
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HB 874
Not Rated
Mississippi Scholarship Act; create to provide scholarships to K-12 public school students. Dead
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HB 875
Not Rated
Mississippi Universal Prekendergarten Program Act of 2022; enact to require for children four years of age. Dead
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HB 879
Not Rated
Education Enhancement Fund; revise date of issuance of classroom supply procurement cards. Dead
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HB 881
Good Policy
University-based programs of education for children with developmental disabilities; revise certain provisions. Alive
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HB 882
Not Rated
School attendance officers; provide increase to minimum base salary. Dead
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HB 884
Not Rated
'Accelerate Mississippi Scholarship Program'; establish to provide student with financial assistance for advanced education courses. Dead
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HB 885
Not Rated
Education Enhancement Fund; authorize DFA to issue digital solutions and credentials for use for classroom supply allotments. Dead
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HB 887
Not Rated
Special education funds; require separate appropriation to the State Board of Education for. Dead
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HB 891
Not Rated
Students; prohibit entities directly or indirectly funded with public monies from distinguishing between. Dead
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HB 899
Not Rated
School transportation; authorize motor vehicles other than buses for small groups of students traveling to school activities. Dead
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HB 900
Not Rated
Irlen Syndrome; require screening for and districts to provide reasonable accommodations for students with. Dead
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HB 953
Not Rated
Statewide testing program; require tests to be translated and printed into primary spoken language of ELL students. Dead
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HB 982
Not Rated
Exceptional children; require school districts to develop policy for the discipline of. Dead
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HB 983
Not Rated
Scholastic year; increase number of days for schools with an accountability rating of 'D' or 'F.' Dead
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HB 994
Not Rated
Financial credit counseling; require curriculum to be taught as an elective class that is required for graduation. Dead
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HB 1039
Not Rated
Lottery Proceeds Fund; provide that 10% shall be used by MDE for school improvements. Dead
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HB 1041
Not Rated
Lottery Proceeds Fund; provide that 10% shall be used by MDE for the purposes of funding teacher pay raises. Dead
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HB 1048
Not Rated
Compulsory school age; revise definition to include children who attain the age of five years before September 1. Dead
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HB 1059
Not Rated
Teacher licensure and certification; revise qualifications for receipt of and entry into educator preparation programs. Dead
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HB 1078
Not Rated
In-service training; require school districts to annually provide to teachers and assistants on human trafficking and exploitation. Dead
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HB 1084
Not Rated
Physical education curriculum; require full implementation in all K-12 schools. Dead
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HB 1085
Not Rated
Vocational and home economics; require curriculum for all middle, high and alternative school students. Dead
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HB 1086
Not Rated
African-American Studies and Racial Diversity; require SDE to develop curriculum for implementation in public high school. Dead
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HB 1088
Not Rated
Civics; require State Board of Education to develop curriculum for public middle and high school students. Dead
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HB 1102
Not Rated
Nationally certified licensed school employees; delete caps on nurses and speech pathologists and add athletic trainers. Dead
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HB 1104
Not Rated
Mississippi Law Enforcement Interaction Course Act; enact for implementation in public school curriculum. Dead
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HB 1142
Not Rated
3rd Grade Reading Assessment; waive requirement for Level 3 score for promotion to Grade 4 during the 2021-2022 school year. Dead
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HB 1166
Not Rated
Teacher licensure; revise provisions relating to educator preparation programs and standards for nontraditional teaching route through TMI. Dead
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HB 1168
Not Rated
Gifted education; require school districts to provide for students in Grades 7 and 8. Dead
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HB 1170
Not Rated
Dyslexia Therapy Scholarship for Students with Dyslexia Program; expand to allow certified academic language therapists (CALT); to provide dyslexia therapy services. Dead
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HB 1173
Not Rated
Public purchasing law; revise to provide that reverse auction shall be used by certain schools and districts. Dead
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HB 1175
Not Rated
'Grow Your Own Teacher Education Act'; establish pilot program to promote and prepare teachers for the profession. Dead
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HB 1176
Not Rated
MAEP; determine cost of using Average Daily Membership (ADM) in lieu of ADA with 90% threshold attendance trigger. Dead
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HB 1181
Not Rated
MAEP; determine cost of using average daily membership (ADM) in lieu of average daily attendance (ADA). Dead
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HB 1182
Not Rated
School buses; require those purchased after a certain date to be equipped with three-point seat belts. Dead
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HB 1192
Not Rated
Charter Schools; revise certain provisions related to the authorizer board, appropriation of funds and student funding formula. Dead
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HB 1194
Not Rated
'MS Charter School Act of 2013'; revise to include public universities and community and junior colleges as charter school authorizers. Dead
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HB 1211
Not Rated
National board certified licensed employees; clarify payment of annual salary supplement to certain. Dead
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HB 1217
Not Rated
Teacher education program and licensure requirements; remove the option for a 21 ACT score (or SAT equivalent) for eligibility. Dead
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HB 1229
Not Rated
MS School for Math and Science; increase licensed employees' salaries by amount corresponding to increases to amount and years in teacher salary scale. Dead
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HB 1239
Not Rated
School security guard/resource officer; must have required peace officer training to exercise peace officer powers. Dead
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HB 1240
Neutral
MCOPS programs; authorize training for to provide at any approved training academy in the state. Dead
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HB 1245
Not Rated
Task Force to Study and Report on the Funding and Implementation of Universal Pre-Kindergarten Programs; create. Dead
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HB 1246
Not Rated
'Early Learning Collaborative Act of 2013'; revise funding for. Dead
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HB 1251
Not Rated
'Student-Centered Education Act'; enact to establish procedures to assess and mediate effects of traumatic events in schools. Dead
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HB 1260
Not Rated
Boards of Education; require those in districts having a mayor-council form of government to be elected. Dead
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HB 1292
Not Rated
Teachers; allow to participate in strikes in any year during which no legislative raise is given. Dead
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HB 1293
Not Rated
Teacher strikes; repeal prohibition of. Dead
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HB 1312
Not Rated
'Equity in Distance Learning Act'; revise certain provisions of. Dead
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HB 1313
Bad Policy
'Representative Bill Kinkade Fostering Access and Inspiring True Hope (FAITH) Scholarship Program Act'; create. Alive
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HB 1314
Not Rated
School attendance officers; transfer employment responsibilities from the State Department of Education to local school districts. Dead
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HB 1330
Not Rated
'MS School Safety Act of 2001'; revise to require school districts to implement safety procedures for computers and electronic devices. Dead
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HB 1340
Not Rated
Family Engagement Kindergarten Readiness Pilot Program; require MDE to establish as a component of the ELC Act of 2013. Dead
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HB 1349
Not Rated
Transfer Mississippi Act; create to permit children to attend school of their choice in any school district. Dead
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HB 1354
Not Rated
'Military Star Schools Act'; create to provide transition supports for military families. Dead
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HB 1356
Not Rated
'Mississippi Founding Principle Act'; enact to require social studies curriculum to provide instruction on founding documents and principles. Dead
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HB 1357
Not Rated
Former collegiate athlete scholarship program; create to attract former athletes back to school for teaching degree. Dead
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HB 1385
Not Rated
Technical and vocational curriculum; require SDE to develop as alternative to college preparatory curriculum. Dead
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HB 1396
Not Rated
Parental rights; establish fundamental right of parents to direct the upbringing, education and care of their children. Dead
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HB 1412
Not Rated
'Seizure Safe Schools Act'; establish. Dead
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HB 1416
Good Policy
Students in public schools; allow to participate in political activities with certain restrictions. Alive
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HB 1417
Not Rated
Compulsory school attendance; authorize excused absences for student participation in civic engagement or political event. Dead
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HB 1466
Not Rated
2022 Mississippi Education Task Force; create to review state regulations and accountability system. Dead
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HB 1491
Not Rated
'Dignity and nondiscrimination in Public Education Act of 2022'; create. Dead
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HB 1492
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1493
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum. Dead
Analysis:
HB 1494
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum. Dead
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HB 1495
Not Rated
Critical Race Theory and The 1619 Project; prohibit teaching of in public schools, colleges and universities. Dead
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HB 1496
Not Rated
Critical Race Theory; prohibit instruction of in public schools and state institutions of higher learning. Dead
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HB 1497
Not Rated
The Teaching Racial and Universal Equality (TRUE) Act; enact to prohibit critical race theory from inclusion in public school curriculum. Dead
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SB 2105
Not Rated
School board members; increase pay based on enrollment. Dead
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SB 2415
Not Rated
Mississippi Adequate Education Program; bring forward statutes for possible amendment. Dead
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SB 2416
Neutral
Unused leave accumulated by teacher who transfers to another school district; allow to be credited. Dead
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SB 2422
Good Policy
Teacher procurement cards; revise deadlines to ensure teachers receive no later than September 1 of each year. Alive
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SB 2423
Neutral
Teacher license; allow supplemental endorsement and revise provisions of issuance. Dead
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SB 2424
Good Policy
School district employee payroll; allow monthly or bimonthly payments. Alive
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SB 2428
Not Rated
District of Innovation Task Force of 2022; create. Dead
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SB 2430
Neutral
Educational Facilities Revolving Loan Fund Program; create for purpose of improving educational facilities. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2431
Neutral
Procedure for the purchase of textbooks by the State Board of Education; revise provisions of. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2443
Not Rated
Nationally certified school employees; delete caps on nurses & speech pathologists, add athletic trainers for salary supplements. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2444
Bad Policy
Teachers' salaries; provide increase to minimum salary. Dead
Analysis: Instead of passing out raises in a year with a 2 plus billion dollar excess revenue the State should seek to use that money to eliminate the state income tax without raising the sales tax.
SB 2706
Not Rated
Third-grade reading assessment for 2021-2022 school year; allow students who fail to be promoted to fourth grade with remediation. Dead
Analysis:
SB 2885
Neutral
Partnership between Energy High School Academy and Vicksburg Warren and Claiborne school districts; extend date of repeal on. Alive
Analysis:
SB 2887
Neutral
School Boards; allow to purchase electric vehicles for student transportation. Alive
Analysis:
KEY: * = Amended % = 3/5ths Vote Required V = Vetoed
  $ = Revenue @ = Exempted From Deadline P = Partially Vetoed