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H*4681 (Rat #0598, Act #0450 of 1994) General Bill, By J.T. McElveen, Allison, J.J. Bailey, R.A. Barber, D.W. Beatty, Boan, G.A. Brown, Cato, C.D. Chamblee, Cobb-Hunter, Cooper, Davenport, Delleney, T.L. Farr, Gamble, Haskins, J. Hines, J.H. Hodges, W.S. Houck, M.F. Jaskwhich, Jennings, Kirsh, Lanford, Littlejohn, L.M. Martin, McCraw, M. McLeod, D.E. McTeer, Meacham, Moody-Lawrence, Neilson, Phillips, Robinson, T.F. Rogers, Sheheen, J.S. Shissias, Simrill, J.J. Snow, Stille, E.C. Stoddard, Stuart, C.L. Sturkie, Townsend, J.W. Tucker, Vaughn, C.Y. Waites, Walker, C.C. Wells, Wilder, Wilkins and D.A. Wright
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    A Bill to enact the "South Carolina School-to-Work Transition Act of 1994" so as to establish a school-to-work system to equip all students with relevant academic skills, marketable occupational skills, and appropriate work-place behaviors, to accomplish the above through revisions in academic and vocational curriculum, establishment of career exploration and counseling initiatives, and a program of apprenticeships, mentorships, and work-place experiences, to require certain actions by the State Board of Education, the State Department of Education, school district boards of trustees, and other agencies and entities in order to implement various components of the school-to-work system, to establish a school-to-work advisory council to facilitate the implementation of the school-to-work system, to provide that beginning with the 1995-96 school year and under certain conditions, completion of applied academic courses in mathematics, science, and communications skills shall fulfill high school course prerequisite requirements as equivalent to precollege curriculum requirements for applicants to four-year post-secondary institutions, to establish a group of representatives from various agencies to study and make recommendations concerning state tax credits for work-based programs, how to maximize government and private funding for education, and Workers' Compensation, insurance and liability issues relating to the school-to-work system, to establish another group of representatives from various agencies to review certain aspects of the school-to-work system established above; to provide that the requirements of this Act do not apply to private schools or home schools, to provide that students who perform work at a nonschool location pursuant to an apprenticeship or mentoring program must have the written permission of their parents or legal guardians, and to require appropriate textbooks and instructional materials for certain curriculum.-amended title
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02/03/94House Introduced and read first time HJ-28
02/03/94House Referred to Committee on Education and Public Works HJ-29
02/09/94House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Education and Public Works HJ-84
03/01/94House Debate adjourned until Wednesday, March 2, 1994 HJ-31
03/02/94House Objection by Rep. Fair HJ-20
03/02/94House Amended HJ-20
03/02/94House Debate interrupted HJ-23
03/02/94House Point of order-House Rule 5.13 fiscal impact statement needed HJ-25
03/07/94House Objection by Rep. Davenport & Kelley HJ-16
03/07/94House Amended HJ-17
03/07/94House Read second time HJ-27
03/22/94House Objection by Rep. Haskins, Huff & Marchbanks HJ-24
03/22/94House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Davenport HJ-57
03/22/94House Objection by Rep. Jaskwhich HJ-57
03/22/94House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Jaskwhich, Haskins & Huff HJ-58
03/22/94House Objection by Rep. McTeer, Farr, McElveen & Delleney HJ-58
03/22/94House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-72
03/23/94Senate Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar without reference SJ-13
03/24/94Senate Amended SJ-29
04/07/94Senate Special order SJ-26
04/21/94Senate Debate interrupted SJ-47
04/26/94Senate Read second time SJ-64
04/26/94Senate Ordered to third reading with notice of amendments SJ-64
04/26/94Senate Debate interrupted SJ-64
05/03/94Senate Amended SJ-35
05/03/94Senate Read third time and returned to House with amendments SJ-39
05/10/94House Debate adjourned on Senate amendments until Tuesday, May 17, 1994 HJ-130
05/18/94House Non-concurrence in Senate amendment HJ-44
05/19/94Senate Senate insists upon amendment and conference committee appointed Sens. Setzler, Glover & Hayes SJ-9
05/24/94House Conference committee appointed Reps. McElveen, Townsend & Gamble HJ-1
05/25/94House Conference report received and adopted HJ-40
05/25/94Senate Conference report received and adopted SJ-334
05/26/94House Ordered enrolled for ratification HJ-3
06/02/94 Ratified R 598
06/15/94 Signed By Governor
06/15/94 Effective date 06/15/94
06/23/94 Act No. 450
06/23/94 Copies available

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