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2019 Legislative Update Josh Garrison Associate Commissioner for Legislation and Program Implementation Zach Smith Legislative and Program Manager March 14 th , 2019

OverviewThe second half of session started March 4 th Third reading deadline is April 15 th in the House and April 16 th in the Senate The General Assembly anticipates adjourning Sine Die on April 26 th

OverviewA total of 1,344 bills were introduced this Session 203 of the 708 House bills moved to the Senate 217 of the 639 Senate bills moved to the House

Overview 178 bills directly impacted education with 36 bills mentioning the Commission for Higher Education 30 of the 81 House bills impacting education moved to the Senate 30 of the 97 Senate bills impacting education moved to the House

Agenda Bills

SB 216: Educational Cost Exemptions Tuition and Fee Exemption Programs Places all 12 tuition and fee exemption programs under the eligibility requirements for the Child of Disabled Veterans program Restores Satisfactory Academic P rogress Resident Tuition Provides resident tuition for the spouses and dependents of recently separate veterans

HB 1245: Various Higher Education Matters FAFSA Completion Requires the Commission and school corporations to enter into a FAFSA data share agreement Only 60% have an agreement on file with the Commission Removal of Unfunded Programs Removes the Hoosier Scholar Award, the Insurance Education Scholarship, and the Teacher Loan Repayment Program

HB 1245: Various Higher Education Matters Code Clean Up Removes references to St. Joseph’s College and renames Bethel College & Manchester College Removes mentions of IPFW and Purdue Calumet and replaces with Purdue University Fort Wayne and Purdue University Northwest Multisystem Metropolitan University Updates the metropolitan university code to reflect the realignment of IPFW

Bills Involving ICHE

Bills Involving ICHE HB 1002: Workforce Development Expands the Workforce Ready Grant to, “programs approved by the Commission” HB 1009: Teacher Residency Grant Pilot Teacher residency are full-year experiences which pair students with mentor teachers Teacher residents and mentor teachers will receive a stipend Requires the Commission to administer the pilot

Bills Involving ICHE HB 1064: Ivy Tech Community College Provides scholarships to public safety officers to cover the cost of completing a certificate or associate degree program at Ivy Tech HB 1629: Various Education Matters Requires all high school seniors to file the FAFSA Expands the EARN Indiana program to include high school students

Bills Involving ICHE SB 93: Let Indiana Work for You Program Requires the IEDC, DWD, ICHE to provide college students with information on the benefits of living and working in Indiana SB 158: Indiana Youth Service Program Ivy Tech shall develop a proposal to provide high school graduates with the opportunity to learn various skills and participate in service at host sites throughout Indiana

Bills Involving ICHE SB 188: Nursing Faculty Loan Repayment Grant Program Establishes a loan repayment program for nursing faculty members Limits repayment to $5,000 annually SB 438: Teacher Licensing and Credentials Reestablishes the Dual Credit Advisory Council to make recommendations on how to meet HLC accreditation requirements for dual credit instructors

Bills Involving ICHE SB 507: Education Matters Requires schools to submit teacher evaluation data The SBOE and ICHE will use the data to publish findings and recommendation for teacher preparation programs SB 546: Education Task Force Forms a task force to make, “ r ecommendations regarding the feasibility of merging SBOE, ICHE, and the Governor's W orkforce C abinet .”

Other Education Bills

Other Education Bills H B 1003: School Corporation Expenditure Targets Sets a target that school corporations will transfer no more than 15% of their Education Fund to their Operations Fund. HB 1004/SB 266: School Safety Codifies the recommendation made in the Governor’s school safety report and other school safety initiatives

Other Education Bills HB 1005: State Superintendent of Public Instruction Moves the appointment of the Secretary of Education by the Governor to January 11, 2021 HB 1008: Teacher Career Ladders Expands the teacher performance programs a school may use to be eligible for a Teacher and Student Advancement Grant Program.

Other Education Bills H B 1224: School Intergenerational Safety Pilot Project Launches a pilot program aimed at fostering positive youth development and school safety through intergeneration interaction HB 1400: Education Studies Ask the interim study committee on education to: Study of how to eliminate, reduce, or streamline the number of education mandates; and Review provisions relating to professional development, reporting requirements, and curriculum

Other Education Bills HB 1404: School Accountability Creates a new high school accountability model based on outcome metrics Metrics include postsecondary preparation and outcomes, completion of a high wage, high demand certificate, and military enlistment HB 1526: Hazing Institution shall publish a report of all hazing violations on the institution’s website

Other Education Bills SB 532: Teacher Licensing Examinations Requires SBOE to adopt teacher licensing examinations to replace the current examinations and IDOE to implement the new examinations by September 1, 2021 SB 607: Workforce Diploma Reimbursement Program Provides funding to programs that assist adults over age 22 in obtaining high school diplomas and workforce credentials


HB 1001 (House Budget): Institution Funding   CHE Governor House Performance Funding FY20→FY21 7% [4.68/2.5] → 8% [4.3/4.0] 7% [6/1] → 7 % [5.14/2] Governor’s Recommendation Capital Priority 1 w/debt service in FY 21 [PU, BSU, USI, ISU, ITCC and IU (@ $62M)] Priority 1-3 for VU (cash) Priority 3 for ITCC (debt service in FY 21) No higher education capital funding Priority 1 w/debt service in FY 21 [PU, BSU, USI, ITCC, VU and IU (@ $62M)] Priority 2&3 for VU and PU Vet Med Hospital (debt service in FY 21) Priority 1 w/cash in FY 21 for ISU Repair and Rehab (R&R) 0.50% over biennium using previous methodology CHE Recommendation CHE Recommendation Dual Credit per Credit Value $50 per AY 2016-17 T+HP credits awarded Kept appropriations flat and did not reallocate based on updated credits awarded; $50 per AY 2014-15 T+HP credits awarded Governor’s Recommendation Line Items No new and existing equal to operating increase in FY 20 (2.5%) for institutions; CHE increase for CHEDSS update ($1M) No new and no increase Governor’s Recommendation

HB 1001 (House Budget): Financial Aid 21 st Century Scholars and Frank O’Bannon Recipients Financial Aid for Military and Public Safety Officers (CVO) Next Generation Hoosier Educators Graduate Medical Education Board Workforce Ready Grant Teacher Residency Pilot Program

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2019 Legislative Update Josh Garrison Associate Commissioner for Legislation and Program Implementation Zach Smith Legislative and Program Manager March 14 th 2019 Overview The second half of session ID: 767274 Download Presentation

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