Raised S.B. No. 226
Session Year 2022


To extend the term of validity for a professional educator certificate from five years to ten years, to authorize the reissuance of an initial and provisional educator certificate under the preparation and eligibility requirements in effect at the time the certificate was originally issued in certain circumstances, to delay the deadline for the development of the model curriculum by one year and to require a progress report on its development, and to authorize the Commissioner of Education to temporarily waive or modify state feeding program requirements in response to any changes in federal law.

Introduced by:
Education Committee

 New today  2-4 days old  5 days & older

Co-sponsors for Amendment LCO:

Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 5/17/2022Signed by the Governor
 5/11/2022Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
 5/11/2022Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 5/6/2022(LCO)Public Act 22-38
 5/2/2022In Concurrence
 5/2/2022House Passed
 4/30/2022House Calendar Number 535
 4/30/2022Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 4/29/2022Senate Passed
 3/29/2022(LCO)File Number 161
 3/29/2022Senate Calendar Number 150
 3/29/2022Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 3/29/2022(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/23/2022(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 03/28/22 5:00 PM
 3/14/2022(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/11/2022(ED)Joint Favorable
 2/28/2022Public Hearing 03/04
 2/28/2022Referred to Joint Committee on Education

Co-sponsors of SB-226

Rep. Robert Sanchez, 25th Dist.
Rep. Kenneth M Gucker, 138th Dist.
Sen. Ryan Fazio, 36th Dist.
Rep. Hilda E. Santiago, 84th Dist.
Rep. Kathleen M. McCarty, 38th Dist.

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