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HB19-1002 Leadership Professional Development For School Principals 
Short Title: Leadership Professional Development For School Principals
Sponsors: B. McLachlan | J. Wilson / R. Zenzinger | K. Priola
Summary:

School leadership pilot program - appropriation. The act creates the school leadership pilot program (program) to provide professional development for public elementary, middle, and high school principals. During the 2019-20 budget year, the department of education (department) is directed to design and implement the program or contract with a nonprofit entity or institution of higher education (contracted entity) to design and implement the program. The program must include identification of high-quality school principals who will interact with the school principals selected to receive professional development through the program. The program must also include professional development in distributive and collaborative leadership skills with the goal of improving educator retention, school climate and culture, and student outcomes.

School principals may apply to receive professional development through the program during the 2020-21 and 2021-22 budget years. The department or the contracted entity must review the applications and select the participants. Subject to available appropriations, the department must provide grants to the employers of the school principals who participate in the program either as high-quality school principals or to receive professional development.

By March 15, 2020, the department must report to the education committees of the general assembly concerning the design of the program. By January 15, 2022, the department must report to the education committees concerning implementation of the program, including recommendations for whether the program should be continued. The program is repealed, effective July 1, 2022.

For the 2019-20 fiscal year, the act appropriates $272,929 from the general fund to the department to implement the program.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/19/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1002
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerE   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LewisN
  ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanY
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonY   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


05/01/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1002
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonE   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


Status: 5/31/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
News: Education Committee Clears McLachlan Bill to Address Teacher Shortage
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HB19-1015 Recreation Of The Colorado Water Institute 
Short Title: Recreation Of The Colorado Water Institute
Sponsors: J. Arndt / J. Ginal
Summary:

Colorado water institute recreation. The Colorado water institute was created in 1981 and automatically repealed in 2017. The act recreates the institute.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 01/23/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1015
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   District 57V
  DuranY   EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY
  GalindoY   GarnettY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY
  GrayY   HansenY   HerodY   HootonY
  HumphreyN   JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY
  KippY   Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY
  LewisN   ListonY   LontineY   McCluskieY
  McKeanY   McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY
  MullicaY   NevilleY   PeltonN   RansomY
  RichY   RobertsY   SaineY   SandridgeN
  SingerY   SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY
  SullivanY   TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


02/05/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1015
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyY   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottY   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


Status: 2/20/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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HB19-1017 Kindergarten Through Fifth Grade Social And Emotional Health Act 
Short Title: Kindergarten Through Fifth Grade Social And Emotional Health Act
Sponsors: D. Michaelson Jenet / R. Fields
Summary:

Colorado K-5 social and emotional heath act - pilot program - appropriation. The act creates the "Colorado K-5 Social and Emotional Health Act" (health act). Subject to available appropriations, the health act requires the department of education (department) to select up to 10 pilot schools (pilot school) to participate in a pilot program that ensures that a school mental health professional, as defined in the health act, is dedicated to each of grades kindergarten through fifth grade, with a ratio of mental health professionals to students of approximately one per 250 students. To the extent possible, the school mental health professional shall follow the same students through each grade. The general assembly shall appropriate the resources necessary for the pilot school to hire or contract with the additional school mental health professionals. The department shall select pilot schools that meet the characteristics outlined in the health act, including high poverty, ethnic diversity, and a large concentration of students in the foster care system.

Among other responsibilities consistent with the mental health professional's license, the school mental health professional shall provide needed services to students and their families in the pilot school, including providing services and supports to students with learning disabilities, identifying food insecurities, providing resources to develop and improve the social and emotional health of students, and helping eligible students and their families access public benefits. Services must be provided at school and during school hours, as appropriate.

The health act requires the department to employ or contract with a pilot program coordinator to oversee the implementation of the pilot program across the pilot schools.

The pilot program begins operation during the 2020-21 school year and repeals in July 2023. The department shall contract with a professional program evaluator (evaluator) to conduct a preliminary evaluation in 2022 and a final evaluation before the repeal of the pilot program. The evaluator shall establish the method for the collection and monitoring of the pilot schools' data throughout the pilot program. The evaluator shall evaluate the effectiveness of services provided by the pilot program on the academic, mental, and physical health and well-being of the student cohorts within the scope of the pilot program.

The health act authorizes the use of marijuana tax cash fund money and gifts, grants, or donations to fund the pilot program.

For the 2019-20 state fiscal year, the act appropriates $43,114 and 0.4 FTE from the marijuana tax cash fund to the department of education to implement the health act.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/26/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1017
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinN   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpE   LandgrafN   LarsonN   LewisN
  ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperE   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   WillN   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


05/03/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1017
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyN   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinN
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 5/10/2019 Sent to the Governor
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Fiscal Notes Status: Fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: Friday, May 3 2019
THIRD READING OF BILLS - FINAL PASSAGE
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HB19-1036 Annual Stipends For Certified School Professionals 
Short Title: Annual Stipends For Certified School Professionals
Sponsors: J. Arndt | B. McLachlan / N. Todd
Summary:

Nationally certified school professionals - annual stipends. The act adds nationally certified school psychologists as school professionals eligible for annual stipends awarded by the department of education (department) if the school psychologist meets the requirements set forth in the act.

The act clarifies that school counselors, who hold a certification from the national board for certified counselors or from the national board for professional teaching standards, are school professionals who have been eligible for annual stipends awarded by the department since the initial award was distributed during the 2009-10 school year.

The act corrects the name of the national board for professional teaching standards by removing the word "principal" from the title.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 01/28/2019 - House Floor Vote for HB19-1036
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   District 57V
  DuranY   EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY
  GalindoY   GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY
  GrayY   HansenY   HerodY   HootonY
  HumphreyN   JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY
  KippY   Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY
  LewisN   ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY
  McKeanN   McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY
  MullicaY   NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN
  RichN   RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN
  SingerY   SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN
  SullivanY   TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y
  Valdez D.Y   Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


02/14/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for HB19-1036
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderN   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyY   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


Status: 2/28/2019 Governor Signed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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HB19-1121 Fifth-year High School & ASCENT Program Students 
Short Title: Fifth-year High School & ASCENT Program Students
Sponsors: J. McCluskie | D. Roberts
Summary:

Current law allows a school district to include in its pupil enrollment students who were enrolled in a school that was designated as an early college before June 6, 2018, and who, after completing 4 years of high school, enroll for the 2018-19 or 2019-20 budget year in postsecondary courses. The bill extends this authority for one year to include students who enroll in postsecondary courses for the 2020-21 budget year.

Under current law, the department of education (department) designates as ASCENT program participants qualified students who meet specified criteria. Beginning in the 2021-22 budget year, the bill directs the department to first designate from among the qualified students who meet the existing criteria each qualified student who meets additional criteria that indicate the student is likely to complete a high-demand postsecondary certificate or degree during the ASCENT program year. The concurrent enrollment advisory board must consult with several departments, the governing boards of state higher education institutions, and local education providers to develop guidelines for implementing the prioritization requirement.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

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Status: 5/9/2019 House Committee on Appropriations Lay Over Unamended - Amendment(s) Failed
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Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-003 Educator Loan Forgiveness Program 
Short Title: Educator Loan Forgiveness Program
Sponsors: R. Zenzinger | D. Coram / B. McLachlan | J. Wilson
Summary:

Educator loan forgiveness program - appropriation. The act makes changes to the teacher loan forgiveness program, renaming it the educator loan forgiveness program (program) and revising the eligibility criteria for the program.

The program:

  • Repays up to $5,000 of qualified educational loans for up to 5 years for teachers and other educators employed in qualified positions under the program; and
  • Targets teachers and other educators employed in hard-to-fill positions due to geography or content area.

The department of education (department) is required to annually identify the content shortage areas that qualify for the program. Subject to available appropriations, the Colorado commission on higher education (commission) shall approve up to 100 new participants in the program each year, and the act specifies the criteria the commission shall use to prioritize applicants, if necessary.

The program includes the educator loan forgiveness fund, and the commission shall adopt policies that ensure that loan repayment is made only on qualified loans for educators in qualified positions. The commission shall prepare an annual report for the general assembly that includes information concerning the content shortage areas identified by the department and information concerning the program participants.

The act extends the repeal date of the program to 2033.

For the 2019-20 state fiscal year, the act appropriates $623,969 to the department of higher education for use by the Colorado commission on higher education. Of that amount, $123,969 is for administrative expenses, requiring 1.4 FTE, and $500,000 is for student loan repayments.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position: Deliberating
Floor Votes: 03/22/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-003
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramA   CourtY
  CrowderA   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerN   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyY   HolbertY
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaA   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottA   SmallwoodA   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


04/19/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-003
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerE   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonY   LewisN
  ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanY
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


Status: 5/29/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
News: Here’s a look at the first education bills to hit the Colorado legislature
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SB19-009 Financial Incentives For Rural Educators 
Short Title: Financial Incentives For Rural Educators
Sponsors: N. Todd / B. McLachlan | J. Wilson
Summary:

Educators in rural areas - financial incentives. Before passage of the act, the department of higher education (department) annually awarded up to 40 stipends of not more than $2,800 to students enrolled in teacher preparation programs who agreed to teach in a rural school or rural school district. The act removes the limit on the number of stipends and increases the stipend amount to $4,000.

Before the act, the department also annually awarded up to 60 stipends to educators in rural schools and rural school districts who were seeking certain certifications. The act removes the limit on the number of stipends.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 01/30/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-009
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerE   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY   HolbertE
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleY   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottE   SmallwoodE   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


03/06/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-009
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckY
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyY
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LewisY
  ListonY   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanY
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleY   PeltonY   RansomY   RichY
  RobertsY   SaineY   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.Y
  WilsonY


Status: 3/25/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-066 High-cost Special Education Trust Fund Grants 
Short Title: High-cost Special Education Trust Fund Grants
Sponsors: N. Todd / B. Buentello
Summary:

High-cost special education trust fund - trust fund grants. The act creates the high-cost special education trust fund (trust fund) to be used for high-cost special education trust fund grants (trust fund grants) to public school special education administrative units that have made significant expenditures in providing special education services to a child with a disability. The trust fund consists of $2.5 million transferred from the marijuana tax cash fund to the trust fund on July 1, 2019. The general assembly is encouraged to prioritize the transfer or appropriation of money to the trust fund in future fiscal years.

The department of education may expend interest and income from the trust fund for trust fund grants awarded by the Colorado special education fiscal advisory committee (committee). The act specifies the eligibility criteria for a trust fund grant and criteria that the committee shall consider in determining the trust fund grant recipients and the amount of the trust fund grants.

The act requires an annual report to the education committees of the general assembly concerning trust fund grants awarded during the fiscal year, and repeals the trust fund on July 1, 2027.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/24/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-066
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerY   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY   HolbertY
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleY   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottY   SmallwoodY   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


04/30/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-066
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckY
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoE   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonE   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LewisN
  ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleY   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


Status: 5/30/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-094 Extend School Finance Interim Committee 
Short Title: Extend School Finance Interim Committee
Sponsors: P. Lundeen | N. Todd / A. Garnett
Summary:

Legislative interim committee on school finance - 2019 legislative interim - expenses. The act extends the work of the legislative interim committee on school finance (interim committee) for one year to include the 2019 legislative interim.

For the 2019 legislative interim, the act maintains the party and chamber balance of legislative members on the interim committee, with 5 members from each chamber and 5 democrats and 5 republicans on the interim committee, and specifies the method for appointing interim committee members. The act permits the interim committee to determine whether and in which interim to study the issues set forth in statute.

The act authorizes the interim committee to contract with a vendor or vendors to assist with or facilitate the work of the interim committee.

The act authorizes the interim committee to use unexpended money from the 2018-19 budget year during the 2019-20 budget year to cover costs incurred by the interim committee, including the hiring of a consultant or facilitator, if applicable.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 03/14/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-094
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GarciaY   GardnerY
  GinalY   GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY
  HolbertY   LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleY
  MorenoY   PettersenY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottY   SmallwoodY   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


04/24/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-094
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanE
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoE   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LewisN
  ListonY   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanY
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomY   RichY
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.N
  WilsonY


Status: 5/13/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-095 Five-year Review Of Higher Education Funding Formula 
Short Title: Five-year Review Of Higher Education Funding Formula
Sponsors: N. Todd | C. Holbert / C. Hansen | H. McKean
Summary:

Commission duties - funding formulas - 5-year reviews. The act requires the Colorado commission on higher education (commission) to conduct a review of the funding formula for institutions of higher education every 5 years and to submit a report on recommended changes to specified committees of the general assembly on or before November 1 of the year in which the review was conducted. It also specifies certain steps that the commission shall take in conducting the review.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 02/13/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-095
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerE   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY   HolbertY
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleY   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottY   SmallwoodY   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


03/19/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-095
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanY
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckY
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyY
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LewisN
  ListonY   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanY
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleY   PeltonY   RansomY   RichY
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.Y
  WilsonY


Status: 4/4/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-102 Innovation School Operating As A Community School 
Short Title: Innovation School Operating As A Community School
Sponsors: R. Zenzinger / B. Titone
Summary:

Innovation schools - community schools. "Community school" is defined as a public school that implements an annual asset and needs assessment that engages families, students, and educators in the community; a strategic plan that includes the creation of problem solving teams; a process to engage partners who bring assets and expertise to implement the school's goals; and a community school coordinator who is a staff member at the community school site. A public school is permitted to include in its innovation plan that it will operate as a community school.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 02/13/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-102
  BridgesY   CookeN   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderN   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerE   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillN   HiseyN   HolbertN
  LeeY   LundeenN   MarbleN   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaN   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottN   SmallwoodN   SonnenbergN
  StoryY   TateN   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardN   ZenzingerY


03/18/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-102
  ArndtY   BaisleyN   BeckerY   BeckmanN
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldN   BuckN
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverN
  CatlinN   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumY   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerN   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyN
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafN   LarsonN   LewisN
  ListonN   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanN
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleN   PeltonN   RansomN   RichN
  RobertsY   SaineN   SandridgeN   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperN   SullivanY
  TipperE   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleN   WeissmanY   WillN   Williams D.N
  WilsonN


Status: 4/8/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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SB19-104 Elimination Of Duplicate Regulation Of School Building 
Short Title: Elimination Of Duplicate Regulation Of School Building
Sponsors: C. Holbert | M. Foote / M. Baisley | M. Gray
Summary:

Elimination of duplicate regulations commission - health and safety requirements. The act creates the elimination of duplicate regulations commission (commission) within the department of education and establishes membership criteria.

The act requires the commission to analyze and identify duplicate regulations promulgated among the agencies relating to health and safety requirements for school-aged child care programs (programs); identify which regulations may be eliminated, revised, or delegated to the appropriate agency to eliminate duplicate regulations; and ensure the efficient regulation of health and safety requirements for programs. The agencies are required to commence respective rule-making consistent with the outcomes of the commission.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)

Position:
Floor Votes: 04/15/2019 - Senate Floor Vote for SB19-104
  BridgesY   CookeY   CoramY   CourtY
  CrowderY   DanielsonY   DonovanY   FenbergY
  FieldsY   FooteY   GardnerY   GinalY
  GonzalesY   HillY   HiseyY   HolbertY
  LeeY   LundeenY   MarbleY   MorenoY
  PettersenY   PresidentY   PriolaY   RankinY
  RodriguezY   ScottY   SmallwoodY   SonnenbergY
  StoryY   TateY   ToddY   Williams A.Y
  WinterY   WoodwardY   ZenzingerY


04/27/2019 - House Floor Vote for SB19-104
  ArndtY   BaisleyY   BeckerY   BeckmanE
  BenavidezY   BirdY   BockenfeldY   BuckY
  BucknerY   BuentelloY   CaraveoY   CarverY
  CatlinY   ColemanY   CutterY   DuranY
  EsgarY   ExumE   FroelichY   GalindoY
  GarnettY   GeitnerY   Gonzales-GutierrezY   GrayY
  HansenY   HerodY   HootonY   HumphreyY
  JacksonY   Jaquez LewisY   KennedyY   KippY
  Kraft-TharpY   LandgrafY   LarsonY   LewisE
  ListonE   LontineY   McCluskieY   McKeanY
  McLachlanY   MeltonY   Michaelson JenetY   MullicaY
  NevilleY   PeltonY   RansomY   RichY
  RobertsY   SaineY   SandridgeY   SingerY
  SirotaY   SnyderY   SoperY   SullivanY
  TipperY   TitoneY   Valdez A.Y   Valdez D.Y
  Van WinkleY   WeissmanY   WillY   Williams D.Y
  WilsonY


Status: 5/31/2019 Governor Signed
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Fiscal Note

Fiscal Notes Status: No fiscal impact for this bill
Calendar Notification: NOT ON CALENDAR
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