Legislature(2021 - 2022)DAVIS 106

03/29/2021 08:00 AM EDUCATION

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08:05:21 AM Start
08:06:00 AM Professional Teaching Practices Commission
09:05:34 AM HB25
09:57:11 AM Adjourn
* first hearing in first committee of referral
+ teleconferenced
= bill was previously heard/scheduled
+ Consideration of Governor's Appointees: TELECONFERENCED
- State Board of Education - Jeffrey Erickson &
Keith Hamilton
- Professional Teaching Practices Commission -
Danette Peterson
-- Public Testimony --
Heard & Held
-- Teleconference Listen Only --
+ Bills Previously Heard/Scheduled TELECONFERENCED
**Streamed live on AKL.tv**
        HB 25-PUBLIC SCHOOLS: SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL LEARNING                                                                     
9:05:34 AM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR  DRUMMOND announced  that  the final  order of  business                                                               
would  be HB  25, "An  Act relating  to the  duties of  the state                                                               
Board of  Education and Early Development;  relating to statewide                                                               
standards  for  instruction  in  social-emotional  learning;  and                                                               
providing for an effective date."                                                                                               
9:05:48 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS,  as prime  sponsor of HB  25, highlighted                                                               
the  need  for  social-emotional  learning  (SEL)  for  students,                                                               
including  skills such  as coping,  resiliency, cooperation,  and                                                               
empathy.   He  highlighted the  efforts of  the Matanuska-Susitna                                                               
Borough  School   District  (MSBSD)  and  the   Anchorage  School                                                               
District  (ASD) in  developing standards  and programs  for these                                                               
skills.   He  recalled  the testimony  of a  teacher  in a  House                                                               
Education  Standing Committee  meeting  from  the previous  year,                                                               
where she  told the story of  her students trying to  process the                                                               
death of one of their peers from  suicide.  He went on to provide                                                               
other  specific  examples  of   teachers  who  had  helped  their                                                               
students process emotions and return to learning.                                                                               
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS  stated  that  HB  25  does  not  mandate                                                               
anything for  school districts,  as the  SEL requirements  in the                                                               
bill fall  outside the  core curricula mandated  by the  State of                                                               
Alaska  Department of  Education  and  Early Development  (DEED).                                                               
However,  he  noted,  most  districts  in  the  state  have  some                                                               
semblance  of a  standard  for SEL.   He  noted  that schools  in                                                               
Fairbanks have  received a  grant to  provide counseling  and are                                                               
observing the  results of that  pilot program.  He  noted letters                                                               
of support  from the  Alaska Gateway  School District  (AGSD) and                                                               
Kenai Peninsula  Borough School District (KPBSD),  which spoke to                                                               
the need for SEL standards to be in place statewide.                                                                            
9:12:58 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS  acknowledged  concerns from  a  previous                                                               
budget  subcommittee  that the  bill  could  turn into  a  social                                                               
program or result  in the teaching of  religion or anti-religion.                                                               
He stated  that the  bill would  provide a  way for  districts to                                                               
avoid that problem  by seeing standards developed  by experts and                                                               
leaders  in  education  adopted  at   the  state  level.    These                                                               
standards  would provide  the districts  with proper  guidance in                                                               
order to  avoid conflicts.   He brought  attention to  the fiscal                                                               
note, which  supported his position  that the standards  would be                                                               
developed by experts in the field, not at the legislative level.                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS   addressed  the  question  of   why  the                                                               
proposed bill  should be  passed if  many districts  already have                                                               
standards in  place, stating  that industry  is asking  for these                                                               
skills.    He  listed  the  skills  that  the  Collaborative  for                                                               
Academic, Social,  and Emotional  Learning (CASEL)  standards and                                                               
industry  standards  have in  common,  including:   working  with                                                               
others; honesty  and integrity; pride  and productivity  in work;                                                               
respect  for  others; responsibility;  self-discipline;  manners,                                                               
goal-setting; and problem solving and  managing stress.  He added                                                               
that  educators  also seek  these  skills,  as evidenced  by  the                                                               
testimony  of  Dr. Keith  Hamilton  in  his earlier  confirmation                                                               
hearing.   Furthermore, he  stated, SEL is  the most  desired and                                                               
attended professional  development for educators in  Alaska as it                                                               
allows  teachers to  become better  mentors and  role models  for                                                               
their students.                                                                                                                 
He stated  further that  districts also desire  SEL, as  shown by                                                               
the letters of  support from AGSD and KPBSD, as  well as from the                                                               
Association of  Alaska School  Boards (AASB).   He referred  to a                                                               
presentation in a committee meeting  from a previous year by Mark                                                               
Foster,  the former  chief financial  officer  for the  Anchorage                                                               
School District.   In that  presentation, Mr. Foster  pointed out                                                               
that  the  strongest indicator  for  future  success in  students                                                               
after  school was  SEL  skills, he  stated.   He  said that  pre-                                                               
kindergarten (pre-K)  guidelines for  SEL have existed  in Alaska                                                               
since  2008.   However,  he stated,  SEL  is practically  ignored                                                               
after kindergarten.  He reiterated  that SEL is just as important                                                               
for a graduating 18-year-old as it is for a 5-year-old.                                                                         
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS  reminded the  committee that HB  25 would                                                               
mandate  nothing for  school districts;  it simply  would provide                                                               
guidelines for them to create  their own programs.  The standards                                                               
created  by HB  25 would  allow  districts to  spend their  money                                                               
wisely in  creating these programs,  he stated.  He  recalled the                                                               
earlier  testimony of  Dr.  Keith Hamilton,  who  found that  the                                                               
greatest  issues facing  students were  trauma and  truancy.   He                                                               
said SEL  provides the tools  necessary to face these  issues and                                                               
continue  to  learn  and  develop.     He  recalled  the  earlier                                                               
testimony of Jeffrey Erickson, who  touted the benefits of sports                                                               
and activities in promoting confidence  and leadership, and added                                                               
that  those skills  should be  taught in  school and  at home  as                                                               
well.  He stated that  CASEL implementation involves listening to                                                               
parents to  ensure that lessons  apply to a student's  home life.                                                               
He reiterated that the bill  is essential to student development,                                                               
recalling  public  testimony  at  a  FNSBSD  Board  of  Education                                                               
meeting demanding  that students return  to school due to  a lack                                                               
of social interaction  and progress in SEL.  He  closed by saying                                                               
that parents, districts, educators,  and industry all demand SEL,                                                               
and that is why HB 25 was created.                                                                                              
9:21:35 AM                                                                                                                    
TANIA CLUCAS,  Staff, Representative Grier Hopkins,  on behalf of                                                               
Representative  Hopkins, prime  sponsor  of HB  25, reviewed  the                                                               
sectional analysis.   She began  with Section 1, which  amends AS                                                               
14.07.165(a)  to   read:    "The  board   shall  adopt  statewide                                                               
standards  for instruction  in social-emotional  learning".   She                                                               
continued to Section 4, which  would provide an effective date of                                                               
July 1, 2022.  She continued  to read from the fiscal note, which                                                               
showed a  total operating  cost of $71,000  for fiscal  year 2022                                                               
(FY 22).  She explained that  these costs were associated with 20                                                               
educational   staff   members   participating  in   a   year-long                                                               
development  program along  with  the State  Board of  Education.                                                               
The money would provide a stipend  as well as a contract from the                                                               
Department of Education  and Early Development to  a national SEL                                                               
organization  in  order  to  provide  expertise  and  advice  for                                                               
standards adopted by the state.                                                                                                 
MS. CLUCAS  presented a diagram for  Alaska's Education Challenge                                                               
outlining  standards and  objectives  for Alaska  students.   She                                                               
stated  that SEL  cultivates safety  and well-being  and promotes                                                               
responsible  and reflective  leaders through  self-responsibility                                                               
and self-assessment.   She referenced  the previous  statement of                                                               
Representative  Hopkins  and  the presentation  of  Mark  Foster,                                                               
which both  supported SEL in  order to increase  student success.                                                               
She explained that  these aspects combine to achieve  the goal of                                                               
"an excellent education for every student every day."                                                                           
MS.  CLUCAS  explained  that   the  Collaborative  for  Academic,                                                               
Social, and  Emotional Learning (CASEL)  does not  tell educators                                                               
how to perform  their jobs, but rather  cooperates with families,                                                               
communities,  and educators  to develop  the appropriate  social-                                                               
emotional  framework  for students.    She  emphasized that  this                                                               
approach is  especially important in  Alaska, where the  needs of                                                               
one community may  be very different from those of  another.  She                                                               
stated  that CASEL's  collaborative process  has been  adopted in                                                               
school districts  in Anchorage and  Fairbanks, as well as  in the                                                               
Gateway School District of Tok.   She noted that CASEL represents                                                               
just one  SEL organization,  and the state  will not  mandate the                                                               
use of  one organization  or another, she  said.   She reiterated                                                               
that districts would have the  flexibility to adopt standards and                                                               
programs that are most appropriate for them.                                                                                    
MS. CLUCAS  continued to  a diagram of  the CASEL  SEL framework,                                                               
[found in  a two-page  document in  the committee  packet], which                                                               
highlighted five aspects of SEL:   social awareness, relationship                                                               
skills, responsible  decision-making, self-management,  and self-                                                               
awareness.   She  recalled  her experience  as  a manager,  where                                                               
self-awareness  and self-management  were  critical to  integrity                                                               
and addressing  issues and mistakes  in the workplace.   She also                                                               
recalled her  experience as  a player and  coach in  sports where                                                               
social awareness  helped players identify each  other's strengths                                                               
and weaknesses  in order  to work together.   She  emphasized the                                                               
importance  of  social awareness  in  conflict  resolution.   She                                                               
highlighted  responsible decision-making  and stated  that, given                                                               
her  background in  data, the  objective  of learning  to make  a                                                               
reasoned judgement  after analyzing information, data,  and facts                                                               
represents a core value to her.                                                                                                 
9:28:33 AM                                                                                                                    
MS.  CLUCAS  brought attention  to  [a  14-page document  in  the                                                               
committee  packet  that  shows]   the  MSBSD  standards  for  SEL                                                               
[specific  to  grade levels].    She  directed attention  to  the                                                               
standards for SEL for pre-K  through second-grade [shown on pages                                                               
1-3 of the document] and  explained that these guidelines are not                                                               
an added  burden for teachers,  but rather a complement  to their                                                               
curriculum that  already exists.   She  highlighted a  section on                                                               
student sense  of personal responsibility, where  students accept                                                               
that  there  are positive  and  negative  consequences for  their                                                               
actions.   She  continued  to  the Mat-Su  standards  for SEL  in                                                               
third-  through  fifth-grade  [on  pages 4-6  of  the  document],                                                               
highlighting  the  section  where  students  are  aware  of,  and                                                               
accept, their  responsibilities and can  define what it  means to                                                               
be   responsible  and   identify  things   for  which   they  are                                                               
9:31:47 AM                                                                                                                    
MS. CLUCAS  continued to the  Mat-Su standards for SEL  in sixth-                                                               
through   eighth-grade   [on   pages  7-9   of   the   document],                                                               
highlighting the section  where students build on  their sense of                                                               
personal responsibility  by identifying  the areas of  school and                                                               
life  that are  within their  control.   She added  that students                                                               
also learn to analyze the  short- and long-term outcomes of safe,                                                               
risky,   and  harmful   behaviors,  as   well  as   define  their                                                               
responsibility.   She  explained that  this ties  into a  health-                                                               
related  curriculum, as  per Mat-Su  standards, but  there is  no                                                               
mandate to how other districts may decide to present it.                                                                        
MS. CLUCAS  continued to the  Mat-Su standards for SEL  in ninth-                                                               
through twelfth-grade [on  pages 10-14 of the  document], and she                                                               
talked about  students learning to take  responsibility for their                                                               
own choices.   She explained  that students are able  to describe                                                               
how  taking  responsibility can  lead  to  personal success  and,                                                               
conversely,  how not  taking responsibility  should lead  them to                                                               
reconsider their actions.   She elaborated that  students in this                                                               
stage are  learning how to  be responsible citizens  within their                                                               
community  by  taking   volunteer  or  leadership  opportunities,                                                               
moving into the workforce, or pursuing education.                                                                               
9:34:06 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS interjected  to bring  attention to  [the                                                               
top-right portion of]  page 11 of the document,  and he described                                                               
the standards  listed as follows [original  punctuation provided,                                                               
with some formatting changes]:                                                                                                  
     Teen Leadership                                                                                                            
     Restorative Circles                                                                                                        
     Lunch reflections                                                                                                          
     Positive Action                                                                                                            
        Kit 1: Life's Big Question: "Who Am I?" Focuses                                                                         
     students on who they are and who they want to become.                                                                      
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS explained  that these  activities can  be                                                               
implemented throughout the day and during lessons.                                                                              
MS. CLUCAS next directed attention  to a 3-page document included                                                               
in the committee  packet provided by the  Alaska Process Industry                                                               
Career  Consortium  (APICC),  which  is overseen  by  the  Alaska                                                               
Safety  [Alliance]  which  works  with  resource  industries  and                                                               
private sector employers.   She noted the  standards sought after                                                               
by  the  alliance, including  work  attitudes  and values.    She                                                               
recalled her managerial experience  and seeking to hire employees                                                               
with "soft skills"  because technical skills can be  taught.  She                                                               
explained that the  terminology is new, given  that things change                                                               
and grow, but  it still describes Alaskans with  soft skills that                                                               
employers desire,  including reliability, teamwork, and  a desire                                                               
to  learn.   She reiterated  that these  are the  attributes that                                                               
Alaska's most significant career  development consortium seeks in                                                               
potential employees, and schools are responding accordingly.                                                                    
9:36:26 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS  noted the APICC Career  Readiness packet,                                                               
which stated  "These critical skills, values,  and attitudes were                                                               
identified  by  CEOs,  personnel directors,  and  other  employer                                                               
representatives, and  revised by Alaska's Youth:  Ready for Work,                                                               
following  review  by  parents, educators,  students,  and  other                                                               
community members".  He reiterated  that the ideas included in HB
25 come from these entities.                                                                                                    
MS. CLUCAS resumed, reiterating the  need for employees with good                                                               
work  attitudes  and  communication and  problem-solving  skills.                                                               
She added  that potential employees  will also display  good work                                                               
ethic,  attendance, and  dependability.   She referred  to a  [1-                                                               
page] flyer  from the Alaska Staff  Development Network [included                                                               
in the  committee packet], which  offered SEL  and trauma-engaged                                                               
professional development, and stated  that these courses are some                                                               
of the most-requested and attended  courses that they offer.  She                                                               
stated  that  HB 25  does  not  introduce  anything that  is  not                                                               
already happening and simply introduces  standards at the request                                                               
of the education community.                                                                                                     
MS.  CLUCAS  referenced  a  2-page   document  [included  in  the                                                               
committee   packet],    titled   "Alaska   Council    of   School                                                               
Administrators Joint  Position Statements  for 2021."   She noted                                                               
that the  council requested social, emotional,  and mental health                                                               
above  all other  non-fiscal  priorities.   She  stated that  the                                                               
council recognizes the  need for SEL to be part  of the standards                                                               
and culture of Alaska's schools.                                                                                                
MS.  CLUCAS  moved on  to  the  letters  of  support for  HB  25,                                                               
[included  in the  committee packet],  and  highlighted a  letter                                                               
from KPBSD, which she stated  has "legislative priorities" in SEL                                                               
and recognizes students'  need for it.  She  emphasized that AGSD                                                               
Superintendent  Scott  MacManus has  worked  with  her and  other                                                               
staff  on [related  legislation]  in a  previous legislature  and                                                               
stated in his letter of support  that his district uses the CASEL                                                               
5 framework  in its  SEL curriculum.   She touted  the district's                                                               
innovative  approach to  the  needs of  a  diverse community  and                                                               
their recognition of the importance of SEL implementation.                                                                      
MS. CLUCAS  referred to  the letter of  support from  AASB, which                                                               
also supported  SEL as  a legislative priority.   She  noted that                                                               
the association  wrote in the  letter, "The bill is  broad enough                                                               
to  provide districts  the latitude  to localize  SEL to  fit the                                                               
needs of  students, families, and  communities."   She emphasized                                                               
that the  need for SEL  is recognized  by those in  the education                                                               
field across Alaska.   She continued to a letter  of support from                                                               
the  All Alaska  Pediatric  Partnership and  noted  that, of  all                                                               
people, pediatricians would  likely be the ones in  tune with the                                                               
needs  of   children.    She   stated  that,  according   to  the                                                               
partnership, the  framework and skills developed  through SEL are                                                               
essential for children to be  healthy and thrive.  She referenced                                                               
the last letter of support  from the Advisory Board on Alcoholism                                                               
and Drug Abuse and the Alaska  Mental Health Board and noted that                                                               
many students  come from backgrounds  with many challenges.   She                                                               
explained that the  two boards recommend SEL as  an essential way                                                               
to cope and overcome those challenges.                                                                                          
9:43:18 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  GILLHAM  asked  what,  given  that  SEL  programs                                                               
already exist, the bill will actually do.                                                                                       
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS responded that  HB 25 would give districts                                                               
the  guidelines  for  going  forward.   He  noted  that  not  all                                                               
districts have these  standards in place, and  those that already                                                               
have  programs in  place would  like specific  standards in  case                                                               
they  would  like  to  change the  programs  or  find  additional                                                               
resources.  He  stated that districts want guidelines  as they do                                                               
not have  all the  answers or  the needed  resources and  time to                                                               
research  them.     He  emphasized  that   standards  would  save                                                               
districts the resources and time in implementing their programs.                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE GILLHAM  said that he  is confused by  the purpose                                                               
of  the  bill and  asked  why  districts  don't simply  copy  the                                                               
standards in place in the Mat-Su and Anchorage School Districts.                                                                
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS reiterated that  the bill does not mandate                                                               
the standards,  but simply lays  them out for the  districts that                                                               
would  like to  use  them.   He  noted  that  every district  has                                                               
different  needs  and challenges  and  just  copying and  pasting                                                               
program standards across districts will not serve their needs.                                                                  
REPRESENTATIVE GILLHAM stated  that he has received  over a dozen                                                               
emails in  opposition to HB 25  and zero emails in  support.  The                                                               
emails  stressed  the  importance of  schools  teaching  reading,                                                               
writing, and math while leaving mental health to families.                                                                      
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS  noted that  he  has  received emails  in                                                               
opposition to  grants taken on  by the  State of Alaska  Board of                                                               
Education for  mental health professionals  in schools,  but none                                                               
in direct  opposition of the bill.   He emphasized that  the bill                                                               
does not put any new  mental health professionals in schools, but                                                               
rather provides guidelines, in cooperation  with parents, to make                                                               
sure that the needs of the school are met.                                                                                      
9:47:04 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  PRAX noted  that soft  skills are  an interesting                                                               
subject and an  aspirational goal.  He stated that  in schools in                                                               
Fairbanks that  he attended  40 years  ago, schools  and teachers                                                               
were working towards  the same goals.  He also  noted that in his                                                               
company, each pump  station formed its own  little community with                                                               
each  crew having  a different  approach  to accomplishing  those                                                               
same  goals.   He stated  that  these goals  are often  addressed                                                               
naturally  but,  in  his  experience,  when  they  are  addressed                                                               
deliberately it  does not  work.   He predicted  that it  will be                                                               
difficult to  codify these  goals at the  state level  and direct                                                               
everybody towards a specific thing  instead of letting it develop                                                               
at the local level.  He stated  that he would have to think about                                                               
whether  these  goals  could  be  properly  regulated  for  local                                                               
communities and businesses.                                                                                                     
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS agreed  that HB  25 sets  an aspirational                                                               
goal.  However, he stated, it  does not dictate what must be done                                                               
and   instead  provides   guidelines   for  finding   appropriate                                                               
practices  for  each  district  or  community.    He  noted  that                                                               
training on how to be a  good coworker will not be beneficial for                                                               
somebody  in  his/her  40s  and 50s,  but  starting  early,  from                                                               
kindergarten through  twelfth-grade, will help teach  and develop                                                               
those skills.                                                                                                                   
9:51:27 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  GILLHAM   asked  if  HB  25   lays  out  specific                                                               
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS answered no,  it does not provide specific                                                               
guidelines,   but   would   instead  bring   together   teachers,                                                               
educators,  industry  representatives,  and  medical  experts  in                                                               
order to  figure out what those  standards should look like.   He                                                               
stated that he  does not know what those answers  would be, as he                                                               
has  never  taught  in  the  classroom, and  HB  25  would  bring                                                               
together the people who do.                                                                                                     
REPRESENTATIVE  GILLHAM noted  that some  districts already  have                                                               
standards  and introducing  new  specifics would  take away  from                                                               
9:52:26 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE STORY  asked if the  intent of  HB 25 is  to bring                                                               
together  educators  from  the community  to  help  develop  best                                                               
practice  programs  which  would   then  be  available  to  other                                                               
districts with no program in place.                                                                                             
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS   noted  that   there  will   be  invited                                                               
testimony in  a future  hearing from AASB  and other  groups that                                                               
would work to implement the programs  across the state level.  He                                                               
stated that he was unsure  of what their discussions would entail                                                               
but  guessed  that their  approach  would  be to  identify  which                                                               
programs and curricula would be  relevant to the needs of Alaska.                                                               
He reiterated  that the invited  testimony would shed  more light                                                               
on what exactly that will look like.                                                                                            
REPRESENTATIVE  STORY  offered  her   understand  that  "this  is                                                               
something  that is  implemented  throughout the  school day"  via                                                               
guidelines rather than specific programs.                                                                                       
REPRESENTATIVE HOPKINS replied yes.                                                                                             
9:54:50 AM                                                                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  CRONK asked  whether  standards, if  implemented,                                                               
would be the same standards used in the state grant program.                                                                    
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS replied  no, the  $9.1 million  specified                                                               
under HB 25  would be for mental health  practitioners in schools                                                               
and would not direct how the money  must be spent.  He stated the                                                               
bill has  more to do  with what needs to  be done and  how staff,                                                               
from  teachers to  principals, can  work collaboratively  to help                                                               
teach the necessary skills.                                                                                                     
9:55:54 AM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR DRUMMOND  asked if the  fiscal note  that Representative                                                               
Hopkins referenced is from a previous iteration of HB 25.                                                                       
REPRESENTATIVE  HOPKINS  stated that  it  is  a new  fiscal  note                                                               
provided in the previous week and  should be included in the bill                                                               
packet.  He  noted that the fiscal note was  $30,000 dollars less                                                               
than the  fiscal note for the  last iteration of the  bill, given                                                               
that the  collaborators would perform their  work remotely rather                                                               
than in person.                                                                                                                 
9:56:41 AM                                                                                                                    
CO-CHAIR DRUMMOND announced that HB 25 was held over.                                                                           

Document Name Date/Time Subjects
HB 25 CASEL Framework.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Research 2021-ACSA-Joint-Position-Statements-1.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Letters of Support Received as of 3.26.21.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 MatSu SD SEL Curriculum Matrix.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Research AK Education Challenge.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Research APICC Career Readiness.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Sectional Analysis version A.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Research SEL Professional Training Flyer.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
HB 25 Sponsor Statement.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25
House Education Committee Complete Committee Packet 3.29.2021.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
Jeffrey Erickson Resume_Redacted.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
Keith Hamilton Resume_Redacted.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
Danette Peterson Resume_Redacted.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25 Version A.pdf HEDC 3/29/2021 8:00:00 AM
HB 25