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h_ed_2017a_2017-02-13t13:39:03z1 Hearing Summary

Date: 02/13/2017

Location: RM 271

Final

BILL SUMMARY for HB17-1181



HOUSE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION


Votes: View--> Action Taken:
Refer House Bill 17-1181 to the Committee on Appro PASS





04:12 PM




The committee recessed.





04:20 PM



The committee returned from recess.





04:20 PM -- HB17-1181



Representative Petterson and Representative Lundeen, co-sponsors, presented House Bill 17-1181 which concerns requiring a single state-wide end-of-year assessment for students enrolled in ninth grade that is aligned with the tenth-grade assessment.



The co-sponsors answered questions from the committee.



04:26 PM --
Eleanor Cabell, representing herself, spoke in support of the bill.



04:28 PM --
Cathy Kipp, president of the Poudre School District Board of Education, spoke in support of the bill.



04:31 PM --
Jen Walmer, representing Democrats for Education Reform, spoke in support of the bill. She also spoke in opposition to HB17-1117 and HB17-1062.



04:37 PM --
Emily Richardson, representing Strive Prep Schools, spoke in support of the bill.



04:39 PM --
Cheryl Mosier, representing herself, spoke in support of the bill. She also spoke in opposition to HB17-1117 and HB17-1062.



04:42 PM --
Luke Ragland, representing Ready Colorado, spoke in support of the bill. He also spoke in opposition to HB17-1117 and HB17-1062.



04:45 PM --
Kelly Caufield, representing Colorado Succeeds, spoke in favor of the bill. She also spoke in opposition to HB17-1117 and HB17-1062.



Ms. Caufield answered questions from the committee regarding HB17-1062 and local options.



Representative Pettersen answered questions from the committee regarding school performance.



04:52 PM --
Evie Hudak, representing the Colorado Parent Teacher Association (Colorado PTA), spoke in support of HB17-1117, HB17-1181, and HB17-1062. She discussed Colorado PTA's preference for assessments at different grade levels.



Ms. Hudak answered questions from the committee regarding issues regarding opt out rates.



Ms. Hudak answered questions regarding HB17-1117 and data collection.



05:03 PM --
Tory Tripp, representing herself, spoke in favor of the bill. She answered questions from the committee.



Ms. Tripp spoke in opposition to HB17-1117. Ms. Tripp answered questions regarding student assessment and data collection.





05:13 PM



Representative Pettersen and Representative Lundeen provided closing comments on the bill.



The committee members provided closing comments on the bill.

BILL: HB17-1181
TIME: 05:19:28 PM
MOVED: Pettersen
MOTION: Refer House Bill 17-1181 to the Committee on Appropriations. The motion passed on a vote of 13-0.
SECONDED: Lundeen
VOTE
Bridges
Yes
Everett
Yes
Exum
Yes
Garnett
Yes
Lee
Yes
Leonard
Yes
Lundeen
Yes
McLachlan
Yes
Navarro
Yes
Sias
Yes
Wilson
Yes
Buckner
Yes
Pettersen
Yes
Final YES: 13 NO: 0 EXC: 0 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS














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