SB 291 – Increases The Number Of Members On The Advisory Commission On Special Education

CATEGORY: Public Education Matters
CLIENT TYPE: Public Education
DATE: Oct 28, 2022

Current law establishes the Advisory Commission on Special Education as an entity in state government consisting of 17 members.

This bill increases the number of members on the commission to 19 and requires the commission to appoint two pupils with exceptional needs. The pupils must be 16 to 22 years of age, inclusive, and shall serve a term of one year with the option to serve a second term of one year.

(SB 291 amends Section 33590 of the Education Code.)

View More News

Public Education Matters
SB 692 – Requires The State Department Of Education To Publish Data Related To The Federal Measures Of Least Restrictive Environment For Pupils With Disability
Public Education Matters
SB 906 – Requires A School District, County Office Of Education, And Charter School To Provide An Annual Notice To Pupil Parents Or Guardians Regarding Safe Storage Of Firearms Beginning 2023-2024 School Year And Establishes Additional Reporting Requirements For School Staff