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Bill NumberChapter No. (nnnn)XFile Bill NumberSponsorSynopsisTitleCurrent StatusFirst Reading Date - House of OriginCommittee Primary - House of OriginHearing Date Primary - House of OriginHearing Time Primary - House of OriginCommittee Secondary - House of OriginHearing Date Secondary - House of OriginHearing Time Secondary - House of OriginReport Date - House of OriginReport Action - House of OriginSecond Reading Date - House of OriginSecond Reading Action - House of OriginThird Reading Date - House of OriginThird Reading Action - House of OriginFirst Reading Date - Opposite HouseCommittee Primary - Opposite HouseHearing Date Primary - Opposite HouseHearing Time Primary - Opposite HouseCommittee Secondary - Opposite HouseHearing Date Secondary - Opposite HouseHearing Time Secondary - Opposite HouseReport Date - Opposite HouseReport Action - Opposite HouseSecond Reading Date - Opposite HouseSecond Reading Action - Opposite HouseThird Reading Date - Opposite HouseThird Reading Action - Opposite HouseInteraction Between ChambersPassed by MGAEmergency BillConstitutional AmendmentBroad Subject NameBroad Subject Codeyear_session
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HB0041SB0088SpeakerEstablishing a Maryland Promise Plus Scholarship program to provide tuition assistance to certain students attending eligible State institutions; establishing eligibility requirements to include limitations on gross income levels under certain circumstances; providing for an annual scholarship award of no more than $10,000 per recipient; providing the scholarship be converted to a loan under certain circumstances; allowing a subtraction modification for a certain amount of interest paid on student loans; etc.Student Debt Relief Act of 2019Hearing 2/28 at 1:00 p.m. (Appropriations)1/11/2019Appropriations2/28/20191:00 p.m.Ways and MeansNoHigher Educationf22019 Regular Session
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HB0045SB0092SpeakerEstablishing the Education Monitoring Unit in the State to investigate, analyze, and report on a range of specific matters relating to public schools and public school facilities; providing that the Unit is an independent unit in the State; establishing the Inspector General Selection and Review Commission in the Unit; requiring the Unit to establish an anonymous electronic tip program; requiring the Unit to submit an annual report by December 15 to the State Board, the Governor, and the General Assembly; etc.Accountability in Education Act of 2019Hearing 3/07 at 1:00 p.m.1/11/2019Ways and Means3/7/20191:00 p.m.NoYesPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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HB0053SB0131Delegate ChangClarifying that the authorization for a county board of education to extend the length of the school year, for any reason, for up to 5 school days beyond June 15 without approval from the State Board of Education or any other entity is not subject to additional conditions.County Boards of Education - Length of School Year - AdjustmentsHearing 2/14 at 1:00 p.m.1/14/2019Ways and Means2/14/20191:00 p.m.NoYesPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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HB0087SB0529Delegate EbersoleAltering the membership of the State Board of Education to add two regular members who are certified teachers with certain experience and a parent of a student enrolled in a public school in the State; authorizing teacher members to be appointed to the State Board although the individuals are subject to the authority of the State Board; requiring the Governor to appoint teacher members with the advice and consent of the Senate who received the highest number of votes after an election by teachers in the State; etc.State Board of Education - Membership - Teachers and ParentFirst Reading Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs1/17/2019Ways and Means2/7/20191:00 p.m.2/11/2019 0:00Favorable with Amendments2/13/2019Passed with Amendments2/15/2019Passed2/18/2019Education, Health, and Environmental AffairsNoEducation - Miscellaneousf52019 Regular Session
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HB0109SB0285Delegate LiermanProhibiting a person from selling in the State a certain expanded polystyrene food service product on or after January 1, 2020; prohibiting certain food service businesses and certain schools from selling or providing food in certain expanded polystyrene food service products on or after January 1, 2020; requiring a county health department to impose penalties of up to $250 for certain violations; requiring a county health department to notify the Department of the Environment of certain violations; providing a certain waiver; etc.Environment - Expanded Polystyrene Food Service Products - ProhibitionSpecial Order until 03/08 (Delegate Szeliga) Adopted1/18/2019Environment and Transportation2/6/20191:30 p.m.Economic Matters3/6/2019 0:00Favorable with AmendmentsNoEnvironmentm32019 Regular Session
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HB0110Delegate WalkerRequiring physical education to be provided in each public school in a planned and sequential manner to all students, prekindergarten through grade 12, for the purpose of developing the students' good health and physical fitness and to improve motor coordination and physical skills; providing as a goal of the State that each student receive a program totaling 150 minutes each week of developmentally appropriate, moderate-to-vigorous activity, including 90 minutes of physical education and recess; etc.Public School Students – Daily Physical Activity (Student Health and Fitness Act)Third Reading Passed (140-0)1/18/2019Ways and Means1/31/20191:00 p.m.3/4/2019 0:00Favorable with Amendments3/5/2019Passed with Amendments3/7/2019PassedNoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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HB0133Delegate ReznikRequiring a county board of education to ensure that each public school serving students in any grade from grades 6 through 12 provides, at no charge to students, feminine hygiene products in the restrooms at the school.Public Schools - Provision of Feminine Hygiene ProductsHearing 2/07 at 1:00 p.m.1/21/2019Ways and Means2/7/20191:00 p.m.NoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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HB0147SB0535Delegate MoonAltering a certain provision of law to authorize the governing body of a county to establish, by law, a system of public campaign financing for an elected member of the county board of education.Election Law - Local Public Campaign Financing - Boards of EducationHearing 2/05 at 1:00 p.m.1/21/2019Ways and Means2/5/20191:00 p.m.NoElectionsg12019 Regular Session
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HB0148SB0165SpeakerEstablishing the Safe Schools Maryland Program in the Maryland Center for School Safety; requiring the School Safety Subcabinet to develop program guidance on or before September 1, 2019; requiring a local school system that elects to participate in the program to follow the program guidance; requiring the Center to perform certain tasks related to the program; providing that certain documents and information submitted to the Center are not subject to the Maryland Public Information Act; etc.Safe Schools Maryland Act of 2019Hearing 3/07 at 1:00 p.m.1/23/2019Ways and Means3/7/20191:00 p.m.NoPublic Safetye42019 Regular Session
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HB0295SB0848Delegate WilkinsProhibiting a nonpublic elementary or secondary school that receives State funds from refusing enrollment of, expelling, withholding privileges from, or discriminating against any student or prospective student because of an individual's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability; prohibiting such a school that receives State funds from taking retaliatory action against a student or parent or guardian who files a complaint alleging discrimination; etc.Nonpublic Elementary and Secondary Schools - Discrimination - ProhibitionThird Reading Passed (93-47)1/28/2019Ways and Means2/14/20191:00 p.m.3/4/2019 0:00Favorable with Amendments3/5/2019Passed with Amendments3/7/2019PassedNoHuman Relationsd52019 Regular Session
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HB0356Delegate PattersonRequiring certain nonpublic schools to submit certain information on the occupancy of facilities, accreditation, curricula, and courses of study to the State Department of Education on or before September 1 each year; requiring the submission of certain information within 6 months after a certain initial approval or registration and before staff or students occupy a school facility; requiring certain local officials to notify the Department if a certain permit is revoked or a school facility is closed under certain circumstances; etc.Primary and Secondary Education - Nonpublic Schools - Required InformationHearing 3/07 at 1:00 p.m.1/28/2019Ways and Means3/7/20191:00 p.m.NoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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HB0367SB0536Delegate SolomonProhibiting a county board of education or public school from spending any money from any source to directly or indirectly provide a teacher with a firearm or train a teacher in the use of a firearm; and providing the Act does not apply to a school-approved sport or club that makes use of firearms.Public Safety - Education - Firearm FundingThird Reading Passed (95-44)1/30/2019Appropriations2/12/20191:00 p.m.3/4/2019 0:00Favorable3/5/2019Passed3/7/2019PassedNoPublic Safetye42019 Regular Session
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HB0437SB0128Delegate EbersoleRepealing a provision of law that authorized a county board of education to extend the length of the school year for up to 5 school days beyond June 15 without approval from the State Board of Education; and requiring each county board to set the start date and end date of the school year for the public schools in the county each year.County Boards of Education - School Year - Start and End DatesHearing 2/14 at 1:00 p.m.1/31/2019Ways and Means2/14/20191:00 p.m.NoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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HB0439Delegate WashingtonProhibiting a school administrator or official or a school safety coordinator from directing a school resource officer or a school security employee to participate in the routine school discipline of a student; prohibiting a school resource officer or school security employee from participating in the routine school discipline of a student; requiring a specialized curriculum for use in training of school resource officers and school security employees to include training in conduct that is prohibited; etc.Public Schools - School Resource Officers - Prohibited ConductHearing 2/14 at 1:00 p.m.1/31/2019Ways and Means2/14/20191:00 p.m.NoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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SB0092HB0045PresidentEstablishing the Education Monitoring Unit in the State to investigate, analyze, and report on a range of specific matters relating to public schools and public school facilities; providing that the Unit is an independent unit in the State; establishing the Inspector General Selection and Review Commission in the Unit; requiring the Unit to establish an anonymous electronic tip program; requiring the Unit to submit an annual report by December 15 to the State Board, the Governor, and the General Assembly; etc.Accountability in Education Act of 2019Hearing 2/06 at 1:00 p.m.1/11/2019Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs2/6/20191:00 p.m.NoYesPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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SB0127Senator SimonaireRepealing a provision of law requiring a county superintendent of schools to allow a child awaiting foster care placement not subject to certain educational stability provisions of the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act to attend school in the county even if the child is not currently domiciled in that county; and updating certain provisions of law to include references to the educational stability provisions of the Every Student Succeeds Act.Education - Public School Attendance - Homeless ChildrenFirst Reading Ways and Means1/18/2019Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs1/30/20192:00 p.m.2/11/2019 0:00Favorable2/12/2019Passed2/14/2019Passed2/15/2019Ways and MeansNoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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SB0128HB0437Senator PinskyRepealing a provision of law that authorized a county board of education to extend the length of the school year for up to 5 school days beyond June 15 without approval from the State Board of Education; and requiring each county board to set the start date and end date of the school year for the public schools in the county each year.County Boards of Education - School Year - Start and End DatesHearing 3/07 at 1:00 p.m.1/18/2019Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs1/30/20192:00 p.m.2/6/2019 0:00Favorable2/8/2019Passed2/12/2019Passed2/13/2019Ways and Means3/7/20191:00 p.m.NoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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SB0181HB0248Senator KingAltering the Governor's required appropriation of certain funds in the State budget, beginning in fiscal year 2021, to increase the Child Care Subsidy Program reimbursement rate to the 60th percentile of the most recent market rate survey or a certain equivalent.Education - Child Care Subsidies - Mandatory Funding LevelHearing 3/19 at 1:00 p.m.1/23/2019Budget and Taxation2/5/20192:30 p.m.2/18/2019 0:00Favorable2/19/2019Passed2/21/2019Passed2/22/2019Appropriations3/19/20191:00 p.m.NoEducation - Miscellaneousf52019 Regular Session
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SB0223HB0256Senator Nathan-PulliamEstablishing the Trauma-Informed Schools Initiative in the State Department of Education to expand the use of the trauma-informed approach used in schools and intensively train schools on becoming trauma-informed schools; requiring the Department, in consultation with other relevant departments, to develop certain guidelines; requiring, on or before July 1, 2019, the Department to select one school each from certain areas to receive intensive training on the trauma-informed approach; etc.State Department of Education - Guidelines on Trauma-Informed ApproachHearing 2/06 at 1:00 p.m.1/24/2019Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs2/6/20191:00 p.m.NoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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SB0481HB1253Senator McCrayAltering the definition of 'elevated level of lead' to mean a lead concentration in drinking water exceeding 5 parts per billion for certain provisions of law relating to testing for the presence of lead in certain drinking water outlets in certain school buildings; requiring the Department of the Environment, in consultation with the State Department of Education, to establish and administer a certain grant program to assist local school systems with certain costs associated with implementing certain remedial measures; etc.Environment - Drinking Water Outlets in School Buildings - Elevated Level of Lead and Grant ProgramHearing 2/27 at 1:00 p.m.2/4/2019Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs2/27/20191:00 p.m.NoEnvironmentm32019 Regular Session
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SB0599HB1273Senator Nathan-PulliamRequiring each county board of education, public institution of higher education, and hospital to establish a policy on or before July 1, 2020 that limits immigration enforcement on the premises to the fullest extent possible consistent with federal and State law based on certain guidelines established by the Attorney General; and requiring the Attorney General, in consultation with certain stakeholders, to develop certain guidelines on or before December 31, 2019.Immigration Enforcement - County Boards of Education, Public Institutions of Higher Education, and Hospitals - PoliciesHearing 2/27 at 12:00 p.m. (Judicial Proceedings)2/4/2019Judicial Proceedings2/27/201912:00 p.m.Education, Health, and Environmental AffairsNoState Government - Agencies, Offices, and Officialsp12019 Regular Session
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SB1030HB1413PresidentEstablishing principles of The Blueprint for Maryland's Future that are intended to transform Maryland's early childhood, primary, and secondary education system to the levels of high-performing systems around the world; establishing a Concentration of Poverty School Grant Program; extending by 1 year, to 2021, the requirement for the State to provide a supplemental grant to certain eligible county boards; establishing the Teacher Collaborative Grant Program; requiring certain performance evaluations of local school systems; etc.The Blueprint for Maryland's FutureHearing 3/06 at 4:00 p.m. (Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs)3/4/2019Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs3/6/20194:00 p.m.Budget and TaxationNoPrimary and Secondary Educationf12019 Regular Session
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