Senate Bill 467 – Amends Existing Law To Prohibit Denying A Student With An Individual Tax Identification Number From Admission To An Apprenticeship Or Internship Training Program

CATEGORY: Public Education Matters
CLIENT TYPE: Public Education
DATE: Dec 06, 2023

Existing law authorizes a student enrolled in an apprenticeship training program or an internship training program class or classes that does not have a social security number may use an identification number for purposes of a background check for the class or program.

Senate Bill 467 amends existing law prohibiting denying student’s admission to an apprenticeship or internship training program because the student uses an individual tax identification number.

(SB 467 amends Section 79149.25 of the Education Code.)

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