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Bill
Author Caption
House    
HB 49 Guillen Relating to the prosecution of the offense of improper relationship between educator and student.
HB 54 Martinez, "Mando" Relating to the salary paid to certain professional employees of public schools.
HB 94 Dutton Relating to the basic allotment and the equalized wealth level under the public school finance system.
HB 136 Bell Relating to inclusion of career and technology education and workforce training in the mission of public education.
HB 157 Raymond Relating to an appropriation of money from the economic stabilization fund for classroom teacher salary increases.  
HB 218 Dale Relating to improper relationships between educators and students; creating a criminal offense and expanding the applicability of an existing offense.
HB 248 Hernandez Relating to a cost-of-living increase applicable to benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 264

Hernandez Relating to public outreach materials to foster awareness of certain public school curriculum requirements.
HB 282 Anchia Relating to the carrying of handguns on the campuses of and certain other locations associated with institutions of higher education.
HB 331 González, Mary Relating to the prosecution of the offense of indecency with a child and the duty of certain professionals to report that offense and to instruction in school districts regarding consent in sexual relationships.
HB 333 Meyer Relating to the prosecution of the offense of improper relationship between educator and student.

HB 341

Canales Relating to requiring certain textbook publishers to offer electronic textbooks.
HB 375 Stickland Relating to providing for the carrying of handguns without a license and to related offenses and penalties. 
HB 380 Huberty Relating to authorizing the purchase of certain insurance coverage by public school districts for the benefit of businesses and students participating in career or technology training programs and providing for immunity from liability of certain public school students participating in career or technology programs.
HB 391 Howard Relating to the carrying of handguns on the campuses of and certain other locations associated with institutions of higher education.
HB 392 Howard Relating to certain offenses involving the carrying of handguns by license holders on the premises of certain hospitals, mental health facilities, and nursing facilities.
HB 395 Bell Relating to the career and technology education allotment and the essential knowledge and skills of the career and technology education and technology applications curriculums.
HB 397 Allen Relating to benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
HB 399 Allen Relating to the salary paid to classroom teachers employed by public schools.
HB 413 Bernal Relating to increased flexibility in the use of the Instructional Materials Allotment
HB 417 White Relating to the repeal of the Texas Success Initiative.
HB 440 Martinez, "Mando" Relating to a cost-of-living increase applicable to benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
HB 441  
Martinez, "Mando"  Relating to operation of public schools on Memorial Day.
HB 460   Dale Relating to continuing education requirements for certain educators.
HB 465 Anchia Relating to the prosecution of certain offenses involving the carrying of weapons at amusement parks or locations associated with schools or educational institutions.
HB 510 Davis, Sarah | et al. Relating to payroll deductions for state and local government employee organizations.
HB 588  
Bohac
Relating to the establishment of a grant program for promoting computer science certification and professional development for public school teachers.
HB 639
Anderson, Charles "Doc"
Relating to authorizing the purchase of certain insurance coverage by public school districts for the benefit of businesses and students participating in career or technology training programs and providing for immunity from liability of certain public school students participating in career or technology programs.
HB 728   Guerra Relating to the establishment by the commissioner of education of an advanced computer science program for high school students.
HB 795
Johnson, Jarvis
Relating to public school accountability
HB 843
González, Mary
Relating to designations for rating the performance of public school districts and campuses for accountability purposes.
HB 860 Bernal Relating to the compensation of public school district employees for additional workdays.
HB 861 Reynolds Relating to the salary paid to certain professional staff employed by public schools. 
HB 960 Villalba   Relating to the appointment of school marshals by public schools and the ammunition approved for use by a school marshal serving a public school or a public junior college.  
HB 968 Metcalf | et al.   Relating to the prosecution of the offense of possessing a weapon in certain prohibited places associated with schools or postsecondary educational institutions.
HB 972   Giddings Relating to the assignment of a public school student to an uncertified teacher. 
HB 1069 Leach Relating to compliance with prohibitions regarding the use of common core state standards in public schools. 
HB 1081 Arevalo Relating to the new instructional facility allotment under the foundation school program.
HB 1114 Burkett Relating to a reduction in required days of service for educators in public schools under certain circumstances.
HB 1180 Goldman Relating to the scheduling of the last day of school for students by public school districts.
HB 1184 Bohac | et al. Relating to an insurance premium tax credit for contributions made to certain educational assistance organizations.
HB 1191 Bell Relating to secondary-level assessment of public school students and the use of individual graduation committees to satisfy certain public high school graduation requirements.
HB 1237 Lucio III Relating to the establishment of a Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program and to the repeal of the tech-prep program.
HB 1245 Cortez Relating to funding for public school career and technology programs.
HB 1419   Bohac Relating to the salary paid to certain professional employees of public schools.
HB 1485 Swanson Relating to academic freedom for public school teachers providing science instruction.
HB 1500 Giddings Relating to indicators of achievement under the public school accountability system.
HB 1506 Koop Relating to the inclusion of certain courses and activities for certain public school students in the calculation of the required minutes of instruction.
HB 1592  Bohac Relating to the punishment of certain assaults committed against employees of primary and secondary schools.
HB 1638 Guillen Relating to statewide goals for dual credit programs provided by school districts.
HB 1651 Oliveira Relating to requiring a school district to reimburse classroom teachers employed by the district for the cost of classroom supplies purchased with personal money.
HB 1687   Bohac Relating to an agreement between parents and classroom teachers of public school students.
HB 1799 Dale Relating to employing, terminating, and reporting misconduct of public school personnel and related entity personnel, including creating a registry of persons ineligible for hire; creating a criminal offense.
HB 1857 King, Ken Relating to the instructional material list and supplemental instructional materials adopted by the State Board of Education.
HB 1868  González, Mary Relating to a study of funding for school district instructional facilities. 
HB 2289 Rinaldi Relating to the eligibility for service retirement annuities from the Employees Retirement System of Texas or the Teacher Retirement System of Texas of certain employees convicted of certain offenses. 
HB 2340 Huberty   Relating to the use by a school district of certain undesignated funds in the district's general fund. 
HJR 27 Howard Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the state to pay at least 50 percent of the cost of maintaining and operating the public school system and prohibiting the comptroller from certifying legislation containing an appropriation unless the requirement is met. 

 

Bill       Author         Caption
Senate
 
SB 3 Taylor,Larry et al. Relating to the establishment of an education savings account program and a tax credit scholarship and educational expense assistance program.
SB 6 Kolkhorst | et al. Relating to regulations and policies for entering or using a bathroom or changing facility; authorizing a civil penalty; increasing criminal penalties.  
SB 7 Bettencourt
Relating to improper relationships between educators and students; creating a criminal offense and expanding the applicability of an existing offense.
SB 13
Huffman | et al.
Relating to payroll deductions for state and local government employee organizations.
SB 35 Zaffirini Relating to providing free full-day prekindergarten for certain children.
SB 192 Garcia Relating to a comprehensive review by the Texas Education Agency of weights, allotments, and adjustments under the public school finance system.
SB 216 Menéndez Relating to the salary paid to classroom teachers employed by public schools.
SB 217 Menéndez Relating to a supplemental payment for retirees of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas and the unfunded actuarial liabilities allowed under that system.
SB 218 Menéndez Relating to a cost-of-living adjustment applicable to certain benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
SB 219 Menéndez Relating to the state contribution to the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

SB 290  

Watson Relating to the state's contribution to the financing of public education.
SB 338
Taylor, Van
Relating to the first day of the school year for public schools.
SB 349  
Creighton
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of possessing a weapon in certain prohibited places associated with schools or postsecondary educational institutions.
SB 353   Watson
Relating to the use of revenue received as a result of the purchase of attendance credits to supplement the basic allotment under the public school finance system.
SB 357
Watson Relating to the equalized wealth level and the cost of attendance credits under the public school finance system.
SB 359   Watson
Relating to the new instructional facility allotment under the foundation school program.
SB 442 Rodriguez Relating to a limitation on the amount of tuition charged by public institutions of higher education.
SB 444 Taylor, Van Relating to school marshals for private schools.
SB 478 Taylor, Van Relating to a requirement that a school district or open-enrollment charter school terminate certain employees convicted of certain offenses.
SB 490 Lucio Relating to information regarding the number of school counselors in public schools.
SB 529 Lucio Relating to improving training and staff development for primary and secondary educators to enable them to more effectively serve all students.
SB 542 Bettencourt Relating to an insurance premium tax credit for contributions made to certain educational assistance organizations.
SB 608 Huffines Relating to public school class size limits in certain grades.
SB 609 Huffines Relating to elimination of the use of continuing contracts by school districts in employing teachers and other professionals.
SB 652 Taylor, Van Relating to the eligibility for service retirement annuities from the Employees Retirement System of Texas or the Teacher Retirement System of Texas of certain employees convicted of certain offenses.
SB 653 Taylor, Van Relating to improper relationships between educators or certain other school personnel and students; creating an offense and expanding the applicability of existing offenses.
SB 765 Huffines Relating to providing the financial cost incurred by the Texas Education Agency as a result of providing educational services to persons who are not lawfully present in the United States.
SB 936 Huffman Relating to the creation of a joint interim committee to undertake a study of the public retirement systems of this state.
SJR 24 Taylor, Van   Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for certain excess revenue to be dedicated toward contributions to state retirement systems, the health benefit plan for retired education employees and their dependents, the Texas tomorrow fund, the permanent school fund, and the permanent university fund.

 

 

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