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What schools and parents need to know about the new vaccination law
EdSource | Jane Meredith Adams
Good Day: Just a brief alert that two legislative bills were signed by the governor on August 11,2015
AB 1101- Pupil School enrollment- Bonilla
This bill, if a school district elects to undertake an investigation as to the student’s residency as specified, require the governing board of the school district to adopt a policy regarding the investigation of a pupil to determine whether the pupil meets the residency requirements for school attendance in the school district before investigating any pupils. This bill would require the policy to, among other things, identify the circumstances upon which the school district may initiate the investigation, describe the investigatory methods that may be used, including whether the school district will be employing the services of a private investigator, prohibit the surreptitious photographing or video-recording of pupils who are being investigated, as provided and provide for an appeal process. This requires that the policy be adopted at a public meeting of the governing board of a school district.
AB 1166- Pupils in Foster care: Pupils who are homeless children or youth: school transfer: exemption from local graduation requirements
This bill, if the school district fails to provide notification to homeless and foster youth of exemption from local graduation requirements if eligible, declare the effected pupil eligible for the exemption from local graduation requirements once notified, even if that notification is received after the termination of the court’s jurisdiction over the pupil or after the pupil is no longer a homeless child or youth, as applicable, if the pupil otherwise qualifies for the exemption.
Requires if a pupil who is a homeless child or youth is exempted from local graduation requirements, that the exemption continues to apply after the pupil is no longer a homeless child or youth while he or she is enrolled in school or if the pupil transfers to another school district.
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Good Day to All: AB 104 was signed by the governor last week (education omnibus trailer bill) AND IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.
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