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House Committee on Public Education - 74th R.S. (1995)

Committee Members
Paul Sadler, Chair
Homer Dear, Vice Chair
Kent Grusendorf
Christine Hernandez
Scott Hochberg
Huey McCoulskey
D.R. 'Tom' Uher
G.E. 'Buddy' West
Ric Williamson
Charges
• Monitor implementation and effects of the recodification of the Education Code by the 74th Legislature.
• Study the possibility of providing incentive pay to teachers in inner-city and low-performing districts.
• Review the accuracy of the key accountability and reporting systems used by state leaders to assess and assure school performance.
• Assess the extent to which authority for key decisions is devolving to the local level and the extent to which local policy-makers are exercising options to innovate.
• Conduct active oversight of agencies under the committee's jurisdiction.

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