With regard to the state academic content standards and primary and secondary education assessments.
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With to regard to state achievement assessments, statewide academic content standards and model curricula, and teacher and administrator evaluations.
With regard to academic content standards and curriculum requirements for computer science; to revise educator qualifications regarding computer science; to create a competitive technology grant program for the 2018-2019 school year; and to make an appropriation.
To create a subprogram of the College Credit Plus Program that permits students to participate in certified apprenticeship programs.
To require one-half unit of financial literacy in the high school curriculum, to require the Chancellor of Higher Education to prepare an informed student document for each institution of higher education, to require the State Board of Education to include information on the informed student document in the standards and model curricula it creates for financial literacy and entrepreneurship, and to entitle the act the "Informed Student Document Act."
Regarding the presentation of career information to students.
To require school districts to allow approved summer food service program sponsors to use school facilities to provide food service for summer intervention services under certain conditions
To require school districts to allow approved summer food service program sponsors to use school facilities to provide food service for summer intervention services under certain conditions.
To require the State Board of Education to develop and adopt a model curriculum in cursive handwriting instruction, which may be used by public schools.