Legislative Alerts


NCSBA Legislative Update - May 8, 2015



Friday, May 8, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update May 8, 2015 Budget Update Activity on Jones Street was relatively quiet this week as lawmakers’ attention has turned to developing the 2015-17 budget. House budget writers were meeting regularly throughout the week behind closed doors. Expectations are for House appropriations more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - May 1, 2015



Friday, May 1, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update May 1, 2015 Crossover Passes April 30 was the crossover deadline, the date by which non-finance and non-appropriation bills must pass their originating chamber in order to be considered by the other chamber. Click here to see the list of all K-12 related bills NCSBA is tracking that survived more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - April 24, 2015



Friday, April 24, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update April 24, 2015 Action Needed - School Calendar No decision has been made to date on the school calendar issue in the House. We are hopeful that the House will pass a measure next week before the crossover deadline (April 30). This will give the L.O.C.A.L. coalition, of which NCSBA is a part, more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - April 17, 2015



Friday, April 17, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update April 17, 2015 Crossover Deadline April 30 is the crossover deadline, the date by which bills other than finance/appropriations bills must be passed by one chamber or the other in order to be eligible for the remainder of the 15-16 session. Legislative activity will be picking up as crossover more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - February 20, 2015



Friday, February 20, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update February 20, 2015 Due to inclement weather there was little activity at the General Assembly this week. Notable Filed Bills A notable bill was filed this week by Senator Jerry Tillman (R-Randolph). SB 94 is a constitutional amendment to abolish both the State Board of Education and the more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - February 13, 2015



Friday, February 13, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update February 13, 2015 School Calendar Flexibility Update School Calendar Bills and Resolutions Several more local school calendar flexibility bills were filed this week as follows: Bill Number LEA(s) Impacted Primary Sponsor(s) HB 62 Franklin, Nash-Rocky Mount Rep. Bobbie more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - February 6, 2015



Friday, February 6, 2015
NCSBA Legislative Update February 6, 2015 State of the State Governor Pat McCrory delivered his second State of the State address to a joint session of the General Assembly on Wednesday. Gov. McCrory outlined the priority issues for him in the upcoming legislative session. K-12 public education issues mentioned more»

NCSBA Legislative Update - July 11, 2014



Friday, July 11, 2014
Budget Conferees Focus on Public Education K-12 public education was the focal point of budget negotiations this week, as Senate and House budget conferees held three public meetings and exchanged several compromise offers. Yet the two sides remain divided on the pivotal issue of how to move forward on teacher pay raises in 2014-15. Teacher Assistants more»
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