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HCR 37, 82nd R.S.
Urging the United States Congress to revise the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 so that the State of Texas may exclude the assessment scores of recently arrived limited English proficiency students from adequate yearly progress determinations for a period of three years following the students' initial enrollment and so that the exclusion period for LEP students who enter Texas schools in grades 10 and higher concludes prior to the students' final year of schooling.

Last action: Left pending in committee

Author: Ryan Guillen

Education--Primary & Secondary--Testing
Resolutions--Legislative Policy
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress

House Committee: State Affairs (Byron Cook, Tom Craddick, John Frullo, Pete Gallego, Charlie Geren, Patricia Harless, Harvey Hilderbran, Dan Huberty, Jose Menendez, Rene Oliveira, John Smithee, Burt Solomons, Sylvester Turner) Minutes: April 13 2011

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