H.Res. 303: Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 5) to support State and local accountability for public education, protect State and local authority, inform parents of the performance of their children's schools, and for other purposes.
Sponsor: Rep Foxx, Virginia [NC-5] (introduced 7/17/2013) Cosponsors (None)
Related Bills: H.R.5
- 7/17/2013 9:24pm:
- The House Committee on Rules reported an original measure, H. Rept. 113-158, by Ms. Foxx.
- 7/17/2013 9:24pm:
- The resolution makes in order as original text for the purpose of amendment an amendment in the nature of a substitute consisting of the text of Rules Committee Print 113-18.
- 7/18/2013 12:42pm:
- Considered as privileged matter.
- 7/18/2013 2:18pm:
- On ordering the previous question Agreed to: 232-192 (GT).
- 7/18/2013 2:26pm:
- On agreeing to the resolution Agreed to: 230-190 (GT).
H.R. 5: Student Success Act
Sponsor: Rep Kline, John [MN-2] (introduced 6/6/2013) Cosponsors (12)
Related Bills: H.RES.303
An amendment numbered 1 printed in House Report 113-158 to clarify that a state opting not to receive funds for a program under the Act shall not be required to carry out any of the requirements of such program and that states and school districts can support civics education efforts, and makes other technical improvements.
An amendment numbered 2 printed in House Report 113-158 to make policy improvements to, educational support programs for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students which are currently authorized under Title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and would be diminished by H.R. 5, the Student Success Act.
An amendment numbered 3 printed in House Report 113-158 to increase the authorized funding level to $775,000,000 until FY 2019.
An amendment numbered 4 printed in House Report 113-158 to express the sense of the Congress that States and local education agencies should maintain the rights and responsibilities of determining curriculum and assessments for elementary and secondary education.
An amendment numbered 17 printed in House Report 113-158 to allow charter schools to use grant funds for teacher preparation, professional development, and improving school conditions. The amendment ensures that charter schools expand outreach to low-income and underserved populations.
An amendment numbered 18 printed in House Report 113-158 to require that applicants consider how to target their services to low-income students and parents, including low-income students and parents who are not proficient in English.
An amendment numbered 19 printed in House Report 113-158 to strike language in the bill that allows consolidated districts to be eligible for payment if they do not qualify after consolidation; strikes language allowing for mid-year adjustment for student counts; makes the 8007 Construction Program a competitive grant program.
An amendment numbered 20 printed in House Report 113-158 to clarify that states that opt out of receiving funds, or are not awarded funds, under this Act are not required to carry out any of the requirements of the programs under this Act. The amendment also clarifies that states are not required to participate in any program under this Act.
An amendment numbered 21 printed in House Report 113-158 to require the Secretary of Education to include in their report to Congress the average salary of employees who were determined to be associated with eliminated or consolidated programs or projects by the underlying legislation and a report on the average salaries of the employees of the Department according to their job function.