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S*0329 (Rat #0185, Act #0135 of 1993) General Bill, By Setzler, Bryan, Giese, Land, Lander, Martin, Matthews, Moore, Patterson, Rankin, Short, H.S. Stilwell and Washington
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    A Bill to enact the Early Childhood Development and Academic Assistance Act of 1993 by amending Title 59, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to education, by adding Chapter 139 so as to provide for certain early childhood development and academic assistance; by amending Section 59-1-450, relating to parent education programs, so as to revise the programs, provide for parenting/family literacy programs, and the manner in which they are established and funded; by adding Section 59-1-454 so as to provide that the State Department of Education shall develop a parental involvement program for use in grade four through eight; by amending Section 59-3-90, relating to in-service training programs for teachers, so as to include references to early childhood development and assistance training and revise certain implementation dates; by amending Section 59-5-65, relating to the powers and responsibilities of the State Board of Education, so as to revise these powers and responsibilities in regard to developing certain one-half day early childhood development programs for four-year-old children, and delete certain requirements pertaining to compensatory and remedial instruction programs; by amending Section 59-19-340, relating to child development programs for three and four-year-old children, so as to further provide for these programs and the dates on which children are eligible for these programs; by amending Section 59-20-40, relating to the determination of annual allocations to school districts, so as to revise the weightings used for early childhood development and assistance, and delete certain provisions pertaining to the annual determination of the appropriate level of compensatory and remedial programs and their funding; by amending Section 59-20-60, relating to spending priorities under the Education Finance Act, so as to further provide for these priorities and the procedures for their determination; to provide for the manner in which an adequate number of sites for dropout prevention and remedial projects must be funded; and to repeal Section 59-18-20 relating to competitive grant programs for the improvement of instruction and Sections 59-65-410 through 59-65-460 relating to dropout prevention and recovery programs.-amended title
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01/28/93Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-5
01/28/93Senate Referred to Committee on Education SJ-5
02/24/93Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Education SJ-11
02/25/93Senate Amended SJ-15
02/25/93Senate Read second time SJ-26
02/25/93Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-26
03/02/93Senate Read third time and sent to House SJ-7
03/03/93House Introduced and read first time HJ-16
03/03/93House Referred to Committee on Education and Public Works HJ-16
05/05/93House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Education and Public Works HJ-7
05/19/93House Amended HJ-43
05/19/93House Read second time HJ-66
05/20/93House Read third time and returned to Senate with amendments HJ-15
05/20/93Senate House amendment amended SJ-4
05/20/93Senate Returned to House with amendments SJ-4
05/25/93House Non-concurrence in Senate amendment HJ-6
05/25/93Senate Senate insists upon amendment and conference committee appointed Sens. Setzler, Macaulay, Washington SJ-10
05/26/93House Conference committee appointed Jaskwhich, Townsend & McTeer HJ-1
06/01/93Senate Conference report received and adopted SJ-8
06/01/93House Conference report received and adopted HJ-73
06/01/93House Ordered enrolled for ratification HJ-92
06/10/93 Ratified R 185
06/14/93 Signed By Governor
06/14/93 Effective date 06/14/93
07/19/93 Act No. 135
07/19/93 Copies available

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