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|ID||Signed into law 03/2014||P-12||Public Schools Math Initiative|
From bill analysis: This legislation codifies the public schools Math Initiative as a matter of policy. The Math Initiative has existed continuously since FY 2008, but has only existed pursuant to the annual intent language in the public schools appropriation ...
|OR||Signed into law 02/2012||P-12||Accelerated college credit programs|
Introduces an "accelerated learning entity" to assist school districts and high schools in providing accelerated learning options or standardized testing related to accelerated learning options that lead to college credit. The Superintendent of Public Instruct...
|OH||Signed into law 07/2009||P-12||Learning Environments Demonstrating Innovation|
H.B. 1 - Section 3306.50, 3306.51, 3306.52, 3306.53, 3306.54, 3306.55, 3306.56, 3306.57 and 3306.58
Partially from the DOE summary of H.B. 1: Establishes the Harmon Commission to designate, upon application, individual classrooms as creative learning environments. Provides that designation as a creative learning environment must be based on a determination t...
|MN||Signed into law 05/2009||P-12|
Defines a project-based instructional program as primarily student-led course work for credit that may be completed onsite, in the community or online and is available to all or only some students and grades in a school. Establishes requirements that schools m...
|FL||Signed into law 05/2006||P-12||Team Teaching Policies|
H.B. 7087 (Section 16)
School districts may use teaching strategies that include the assignment of more than one teacher to a classroom of students and that were implemented before July 1, 2005. Effective July 1, 2005, school districts may implement additional teaching strategies th...