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Federal Bills of interest
November 18th 2013 @ 1:25 pm

Camille Giglio
November 17, 2013

California is not unique in its penchant for passing intrusive health and education bills. Congress has quite a few of them. If you would care to track any of these pieces of legislation yourself you may link to govtrack.us. There is no charge. You can sign up to be notified whenever there is any activity on a particular bill of your choosing.

HR = House of Representatives.
S = Senate.

All of the following bills, submitted earlier this year and just now beginning to move, are interconnected, all carrying very similar titles and bearing on the same currently popular subject of School Bullying, or Safe Schools, or Strengthening America’s Schools and workplace advancement.

This will authorize the collection of data on behaviors in and during school time, adding counseling and restorative justice programs, all during the regular school, academic learning time.

They all focus on using the school time to modify students behaviors, instill government standardized ethics and attitudes. Should any of these bills make it through both houses one might suspect that it would in the end carry all the variations contained in all these bills.

S, 403, Linda Sanchez, (D-Cerritos, Ca) Student Bullying and Harassment. Amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 - ESEA - to add prevention of bullying and harassment of students.

HR 1199, Linda Sanchez, Safe Schools Improvement Act. Calilfornia co-authors, Susan Davis, (D), Karen Bass,(D), Lois Capps,(D), Barbara Lee, (D) Zoe Lofgren, (D) Grace Napolitano,(D) Jackie Speier,(D), Mike Thompson,(D).

The next bills focus on so-called strengthening [of] education for all.

HR 1652, Jared Polis (D-Co) also a similar bill S. 1088, Al Franken,(D) Public Schools and Sexual Orientation Discrimination. On the subject of Public Schools and perceived Sexual Orientation or gender identity in public schools.
The bill declares that harassment is a form of discrimination.

  • Cuts off educational assistance of recipients fouond to be violating any conduct made unlawful under this Act.
  • Allows lawsuits including recovery of reasonable attorney’s fees should the lawsuit prevail.
  • Places restrictions on receipt of federal educational assistance for any attempts to officially file for a waiver of defined misconduct under this act.
  1. 1094, Harkin, Strengthening America’s Schools Act. This was gutted and amended, though holding the same title.

Bill. It has multiple sections such as:
TITLE 1 - College and Career Readiness for All Students.
Part A - Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged.
Part B - Pathways to College.
Part C - Education of Migratory Children.
Part D - Prevention and Intervention for Children and Youth who are Neglect, Delinquent or At-risk.
Part E - Children in Foster Care.
TITLE ll - Supporting Teacher and Principal Excellence
TITLE lll - Language and Academic Content Instruction For English Learners and Immigrant Students.
TITLE lV - Supporting Successful, Well-rounded Students. (Eleven Sections to this title)
TITLE V - Promoting Innovation

A - Race to the Top, B - Investing in Innovation, C - Magnet Schools Assistance, D - Public Charter Schools, E - Voluntary Public School Choice.

Plus 4 more Titles.

  1. 840, Al Franken, School Principals - recruitment and training.

HR 1736, Susan Davis, (Ca) Principals in High-Need Schools, Recruitment and training.

  1. 1082, Al Franken,(D) International Baccalaureate Programs. Accelerated Learning Act of 2013. Financial incentives to get students enrolled in this international, or very expensive global education program. California already has more than a dozen IB World Schools enrolled in this. My understanding, based on the writings of Debra Niwa of Arizona, is that though a school may be directed to sign up for this program to some state or federal agency, the school is only approved by the IB Board of Directors which is headquartered somewhere in Northern Europe.

HR 1100, Janice Schakowsky, (D)-Ill) College Campus Mental health Services. This is linked with HR 1652 and S. 1094. This would require the development of a targeted public education campaign designed to focus on mental and behavioral health on college campuses.

This is only a partial listing of related bills focusing on “improving” education, employment, workplace treatment, mental health and any other opportunities for self aggrandizement that the feds can come up with.

-Camille
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