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House Bill 1811


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House Bill 1811

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF HB1811 (Updated April 11, 2007 4:01 pm - DI 84)

Math, science, and technology standards and programs; teacher licensure. Allows the department of education to award grants to school corporations for innovative, project based math, science, and technology learning activities. Requires the state to contract periodically with a nationally or an internationally recognized organization to assist in developing guidelines for teacher preparation programs in math, science, and technology. Requires the department of education to grant an initial standard teacher's license for a specific subject area in middle school or high school to an applicant who has earned a postgraduate degree in the subject area, has experience teaching students, and complies with certain requirements for licensure. Provides that a school corporation may offer a summer school program focusing on math, science, technology, engineering and bioscience skills. Provides that a school corporation may enter into an agreement with an institution of higher education to offer a bioscience program.
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 In Conference Committee
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