SB 409 Requires school board to post course info

VOTE: YES
Died In Committee

SB 3 One credit for “future planning” to receive diploma

VOTE: NO – Signed into law by Gov.Kotek 7-31-23, effective 1-1-24

HB 3560 Protects Higher Ed Coordinating Commission from suit over psilocybin

VOTE: NO
Signed into law by Gov Kotek

SB 819 Provides disabled students full class days

VOTE: NO
PASSED

HB 2780 College funding program

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

SB 773 Reimburse parents for abbreviated day expenses

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

SB 768 Collection of student grade data

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

SB 854 Climate Change instruction for K-12

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

HJR 19 Relates to parents rights

HJR 19 VOTE: NO
Died in Committee

SB 575 Education plan for special needs students

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

SB 270 Allows inmate enrollment in community college

VOTE: YES
Signed into law by Gov. Kotek

SB 767 Limits charter school location

VOTE: NO 
Signed into law by Gov. Kotek

SB 1583 Education minimum assessment waiver

VOTE: NO
Signed into law by Gov Brown

HB 4031 Education employment goal to match diverse student percentage

VOTE: NO
Signed into law by Gov Brown

SB 1521 Limits school board authority

VOTE: NO
Signed into law by Gov Brown

HB 4029 School admin training mandates

VOTE: NO
Died in Committee

HB 4099 Racial Equity and Justice Youth Collaborative

VOTE: NO
Died in Committee

SB 1575 School district course info

VOTE: YES
Died in Committee

SB 1552 expands virtual public charter school

VOTE: YES
Died in Committee

HB 4091 Distorts Student Success Act

VOTE: NO
Died in Committee

SB 52 Requires Specialized Education Plan for LGBTQ etc.

SB 52 VOTE: NO Signed into Law by Gov Brown on 07/27/21 Status (overview) of bill: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/SB52 This bill directs Department of Education to develop and implement statewide education plan for early childhood through post-secondary students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit, intersex, asexual, nonbinary or another minority gender identity or gender orientation. Personal Choice and Responsibility…

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HB 3354 Tilts Scales for Evaluation of Teacher Candidates

HB 3354 VOTE: NO Signed into Law by Gov Brown on 07/27/21 Status (overview) of bill: https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/HB3354 This bill directs Teacher Standards and Practices Commission to adopt standards for educator preparation programs relating to evaluations of teacher candidates. Requires using multiple measures and at least one measure that is locally determined having the effect of manipulating scores towards more diverse…

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HB 2055 Tribal Early Learning Hub

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown on 07/19/21
Establishes Tribal Early Learning Hub for purpose of delivering early learning services to tribal communities of this state.

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HB 2591 School-Based Health Services Centers

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

SB 225 Establishes minimum distribution for ESDs

VOTE: YES
Signed into Law by Gov Brown on 07/19/21
Enacts a minimum distribution for small Education Service Districts.

SB 732 Educational Equity Advisory Committee

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown on 07/14/21
Requires school districts to establish educational equity advisory committee

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SB 744 Suspends Education Standards

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Suspends the requirement of showing proficiency in Essential Learning Skills as a condition of earning a diploma

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SB 580/HB 2270 Bargaining over class size

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Amends definition of “employment relations”

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SB 299 Creates children’s service districts

VOTE:NO
Died In Committee

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HB 2504 Disciplinary Mediator standards

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Sets standards for evaluating racial disparity

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SB 594 Prohibits using certain software to monitor student’s computer usage

VOTE: YES
Died In Committee
Requires Legislative Policy and Research Office to conduct study of monitoring software and its usage

HB 2195 Decreases School Choice

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Prohibits student from enrolling in virtual public charter school located in school district in which student is not resident

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HB 2868 Accelerated credit teacher requirements

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Establishes minimum graduate level education requirements for teachers that teach accelerated college credit program courses.

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HB 2368 Pilot program on student mental & behavioral health

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Establishes pilot program to promote and support positive student mental and behavioral health

SB 299 Formation of Children’s Service Districts

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Authorizes the creation of children’s service districts and provides authority to levy permanent property taxes and other taxes

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SB 356 Expands school healthcare abilities

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee

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HB 3363 Racial Equity and Justice Student Collaborative

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Establishes Racial Equity and Justice Student Collaborative work group

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SB 227 Adoption of Ethnic Studies Standards

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Appropriates $2,500,000 from General Fund for Educator Advancement Council for ethnic studies standards

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SB 240 Removes virtual limitations on school choice

VOTE: YES
Died In Committee
Expands school choice by removing the limitation on percentage of students in school district who may enroll in virtual public charter school

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HB 2942 Allows criminals in K-12 classrooms

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Allows individuals convicted of drug dealing, sex crimes into K-12 settings

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HB 3363A Racial Equity and Justice Student Collaborative

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Establishes Racial Equity and Justice Student Collaborative work group

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HB 736 Task Force on Restorative Justice in Education

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Establishes a 24-member Task Force on Restorative Justice charged with making recommendations

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SB 223 Private school registration

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Requires private school registration with the Oregon Department of Education

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SJR 2 & SB 224 Removes Superintendent of Public Instruction from Constitution

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Amends constitution to remove provision that makes Superintendent of Public Instruction constitutional office that is filled by Governor

HB 2716 Increases School Choice

VOTE: YES
Died In Committee
Increases percentage of students to 8% of students in school district who may enroll in virtual public charter school not sponsored by school district

SB 683 History curriculum based on racism

VOTE: NO
Died In Committee
Requires school districts to provide instruction on racist history

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HB 3130 Increases substitute teacher benefits

HB 3130 VOTE: NO
Died In Committee on 06/26/21
Expands collectively bargained benefits to substitute teachers

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HB 2001 Teacher retention based on cultural or linguistic ability over seniority

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Requires school districts facing budgetary constraints to prioritize teachers for retention based on the school district’s diversity ratio

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SB 702 Social studies standards review

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Requires State Board of Education to review social studies standards

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HB 2631 Notification of harassment, intimidation, bullying or cyberbullying.

Student may request that parents/guardians not be notified of acts of harassment, intimidation, bullying or cyberbullying,

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HB 2056 Lowers Non-English Graduation Requirements

Allows non-English students to fulfill graduation requirements by taking language arts classes in their native languages to satisfy “English” diploma requirements

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HB 2697 Prohibits bias incidents in schools

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Requires education providers to prohibit display of any symbols of hate on school property

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SB 77 Removes more control from community school & college boards

VOTE: NO
Signed into Law by Gov Brown

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SB 649 Increases Teacher Penalties for Sexually Abusing Student

VOTE: YES
Signed into Law by Gov Brown
Increases penalties for teachers who sexually abuse students

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HB 4127A School-Based Oral Health

VOTE: NO – Died In Committee. Directs schools to include oral health classes and establishes a school-based Community Dental Health Coordinator Pilot Program to provide exams and possible treatments.

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HB 4132 Student Health Surveys

The intent of the bill is to target particular demographics with drag-net surveillance, in an effort to find out where and how future legislation can be written to mitigate mental health issues.

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SB 822 Free condoms to high school students

VOTE: NO – Died In Committee 

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SB 157A Contract for high school testing

VOTE: NO – Died In Committee

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HB 2191A Allows school absences for mental or behavioral health

VOTE: NO – Governor Brown Signed into Law
Expands reasons for excused absences from school to include mental or behavioral health.

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HB 2033A Modifies education requirement for child case workers

VOTE: YES – Governor Brown Signed
Reduces minimum educational requirements for child welfare caseworkers from a bachelor’s degree to an associate degree plus additional coursework and training related to the field of human services

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SB 801 Gun safety taught in schools

VOTE: YES – Died In Committee
Allows schools to teach first-graders about gun safety, parents may opt out.

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SB 283B Study of health risks from technology in classrooms

VOTE: YES – Died in Committee
Directs Oregon Health Authority to review scientific studies on the health effects of exposure to microwave radiation in schools or similar environments

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HB 2224 Grants for student to recognize feelings

VOTE: NO – Died In Committee
Establishes grant program to improve student outcomes by supporting social, emotional, mental and physical health needs of students.

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SB 543 Creates Children’s Service Districts, increases property taxes

VOTE: NO – Died In Committee
Allows communities to form children’s service districts and to levy property taxes to fund programs that offer these services.

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HB 2744 Children’s immunization records to attend school.

HB 2744 VOTE: YES – Died In Committee
Clarifies provisions relating to immunization records required for children attending schools and children’s facilities.

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SB 489 Attempts to prevent cyberbullying in schools

SB 489 VOTE: NO – Died In Committee
Encourages school districts enter into agreements with law enforcement and providers of social media websites and applications to reduce cyberbullying attacks.

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HB 2262A expands Early Learning Council

VOTE: NO – Signed into Law by Gov. Brown
Extends duties of the Early Learning Council to ensure “Families are healthy, stable and attached” and modifies duties and membership.

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HB 2192 Requires students get mental health exams

VOTE: NO – Died In Committee – Requires student’s grades 6 to 12 to undergo an annual mental health exam with right to opt-out.

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SB 123 Formation of Children’s Special Districts which will raise taxes

VOTE: NO – Died in Committee – Authorizes formation of children’s special districts and provides districts the authority to assess, levy and collect taxes to pay the cost of children’s services.

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HB 2845 Curriculum to Include Ethnic & Social Minority History

VOTE: NO – Passed Committee – Introduces still another state agency to impose standards on K-12 with respect to teaching ethnic and social minority history.

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HB 2931 Relating to Behavior Analysis Interventionists.

VOTE: NO – Governor Signed – Clarifies educational requirements for registration of behavior analysis interventionists.

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SJR 18 & 20 Prioritizes Education Budget

VOTE: YES – Died in Committee – Amends Oregon Constitution to require Legislative Assembly to pass bill appropriating funds K-12 public education.

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HB 4119 Supports School Choice

VOTE: YES – Died in Committee – Removes sunset on provisions that allow students whose legal residence is not within school district to attend school in district as resident if student receives written consent. Removes sunset on authority of institution of higher education to sponsor public charter school. Declares emergency, effective on passage.

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SJR 203 Constitutional Change to State Board of Education

VOTE: YES – Died in Committee – Proposes an amendment to the Oregon Constitution providing for the establishment of the State Board of Education.

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