Legislative Update (3-22-2019)

We are in the middle of the Governor’s 10-day veto period. During these ten days the Governor can sign, veto, or allow bills to become law without his signature. The 2019 General Assembly will meet only one more day, Thursday March 28. On March 28 the legislature can override a veto by a vote of at least 51 in the House and 20 in the Senate. If the Governor’s veto is not overridden, the bill does not become law. The House and Senate cannot vote on any bills UNTIL March 28. That will be the last day the two bodies can act. However, the Governor can veto any bill they pass on the last day. The new laws take effect 90 days after the legislature adjourns on March 28 unless there is an Emergency Clause and they take effect immediately.   Thus, most of the new laws will take effect on or about June 28, 2019.

Today is the ninth in a series of weekly legislative emails to keep you informed about relevant education bills. KASC is tracking numerous bills that have direct impact on teaching and learning for teachers, parents, principals, students, and councils.

In this announcement we will share...

  1. New Laws Passed this Session
  2. Bills Passed by House and Senate; Delivered to the Governor
  3. Status of Other Bills

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Member Freebie for March 2019MEMBER FREEBIE FOR MARCH

As a KASC Member, you receive a free tool or resource monthly. When possible, the freebie is connected to what’s going on in school life right now.

The March version is a checklist to help the students do their best on upcoming state tests. Click on the link below to find the K-Prep Resources document on the Classroom & State Assessment page.

K-PREP RESOURCE

Together for a Brighter Future - KASC Conference 2019

Call for Proposals for
2019 KASC Conference

KASC is now accepting proposals that promote dynamic and engaging learning opportunities for attendees at the 2019 KASC Conference, Together for a Brighter Future. This year’s conference will be held September 10-11, 2019, at the Marriott Griffin Gate in Lexington. Proposals should be submitted by April 24, 2019.

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