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HB 3906, 86th Regular Session
Relating to the assessment of public school students, including the development and administration of assessment instruments, and technology permitted for use by students.

Related legislative committee charges

Senate Education, 86th Leg.
Monitoring: Monitor the implementation of legislation addressed by the Senate Committee on Education passed by the 86th Legislature, as well as relevant agencies and programs under the committee's jurisdiction. Specifically, make recommendations for any legislation needed to improve, enhance, or complete implementation of the following:

  • SB 11, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to policies, procedures, and measures for school safety and mental health promotion in public schools and the creation of the Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium;
  • HB 3, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to public school finance and public education; and
  • HB 3906, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to the assessment of public school students, including the development and administration of assessment instruments, and technology permitted for use by students.

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Related legislative committee documents

House Public Education, 86th Leg.
Interim Report

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