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               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; FIREARMS; HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY; TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS)
Alcohol, powdered, banning use, purchase, sale, and possession of: SB 6082
Bags, carryout retail, restrictions and requirements: SB 5432
Bags, single-use carryout retail, local ban on: SB 5432
Beverages, sugar-sweetened, warnings concerning excessive consumption at point of sale: HB 2798
Biosolids and sludge, approved beneficial food and fertilizer uses, for-sale labeling requirements: HB 2386
Cannabinoids, cathinones, and methcathinones, synthetic, prohibiting manufacture and sales: ESB 5673, SB 6136
Cannabinoids, cathinones, and methcathinones, synthetic, prohibiting sales by vapor product retailers: * ESSB 6328, CH 38 (2016)
Cans, beverage, detachable ring sales prohibition, exemptions, when: HB 1525, SHB 1525, SB 5008
Contact lens manufacturers, price agreements limiting retailer and customer options, prohibiting: HB 1847, SB 5489
Contracts, entered into and canceled over internet: HB 1099
Data, sale of smart metering system data, tax on persons receiving income from: HB 2119
Fireworks, sale of, prohibiting during certain period: HB 2310
Fireworks, sale of, scope of local authority for regulation of: HB 1702, SHB 1702, HB 2348, SHB 2348, SB 5914
Flame retardants, in children's products and upholstered furniture, limiting: HB 1174, SHB 1174, E2SHB 1174, HB 2545, * ESHB 2545, CH 176 (2016), SB 5056, SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 5684, SB 6131, SSB 6131, SB 6440, SSB 6440
Food and food products, grown in human sewage, labeling requirements: HB 1985
Human remains, sale or commercial display, prohibiting: HB 2025, SB 5891, SSB 5891
Human remains, sale or display exclusively for commercial purposes, prohibiting: SHB 2025
Manufactured homes, sale, financing, and consumer protections, studying: HB 2954
Mercury-containing lights, environmental handling charge, B&O tax exemption: HB 1619, * SHB 1619, CH 185 (2015), SB 5563, SSB 5563
Microbeads, synthetic plastic, prohibiting sale of personal care products and OTC drugs containing: HB 1378, SB 5431, SB 5609, SSB 5609
Motor vehicle purchases, cancellation, when, requirements: SB 6110
Motor vehicles, report of sale, deadlines for filing, modifying: HB 2821
Motor vehicles, subsequently abandoned, report of sale filed with incorrect buyer: HB 2274, * ESHB 2274, CH 86 (2016)
Remote sellers, nexus within state, when deemed to have for certain sales and B&O tax purposes: HB 1678, SHB 1678, SHB 2269, SB 5541, SSB 5541, * ESSB 6138, CH 5 (2015)
Studded tires, retail sale of, imposing fee on: HB 1995
Suppression devices, automated, and phantom-ware, no longer needed for evidence, disposition: SB 6438, SSB 6438
SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE  SCHOOL DIRECTORS' ASSOCIATION, WASHINGTON STATE RSS Feed
               
Cultural competency training for school board directors and superintendents, association role: SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Digital citizenship and safe technology use, including advisory committee: HB 2595, SB 6273
Discipline policies and procedures, model school district, creation and posting by association: SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Educational opportunity gap, oversight and accountability committee recommendations, association role: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
Language access by limited-English proficient parents and guardians, model policy and procedures, WSSDA role: HB 2006, SB 5787, SSB 5787
Natural disaster school infrastructure recovery model policy, association role: * EHB 1003, CH 37 (2016)
Pest management in schools, integrated program emphasizing nonchemical measures, model policy for: SB 6002
Students, restraint or isolation of, model policy limiting, association to adopt: HB 1240, SB 5908, SSB 5908, 2SSB 5908
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS  SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GAP OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE; PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SUPERINTENDENT)
Accountability system, adding becoming a productive citizen to purpose of: HB 2703
Accountability, Washington achievement index, annual school rating system for, revising: HB 1714
Accountability, Washington achievement index, schools and districts for recognition, basing on separate performance indicators: SHB 1714
Achievement index, grading schools A-F, student moving from D or F school to C or higher: HB 2729
Adrenal insufficiency, acute, school medical emergencies due to, policy guidelines: HB 1498
Allergen information, posting at public schools: HB 1562, SHB 1562, 2SHB 1562
Assessments, results, availability as norm-referenced results and student growth percentiles, when: HB 1666
Assessments, results, notifying students and their parents or guardians of: HB 2429, SHB 2429
Assessments, student assessment inventory tool, OSPI to obtain and distribute to districts, and schools to use: SB 6552
Assessments, student statewide, reducing to those meeting federal mandates and eliminating use as graduation requirements: HB 2670, SB 6122, SB 6458, SB 6476
Assessments, student, delaying and eliminating as graduation requirement: SB 6182
Assessments, student, developing new assessments aligned with revised essential academic learning requirements: HB 2165
Assessments, student, eliminating certain assessments and alternatives and adding local course option: 2EHB 2214, SHB 2214
Assessments, student, eliminating certain assessments and use of objective alternatives: HB 2670, SB 6458, SB 6476
Assessments, student, eliminating certain assessments while increasing alternatives: HB 1703, SB 5520
Assessments, student, formative and summative, certain provisions: SB 6040
Assessments, student, locally determined courses and transition courses: HB 2556, SHB 2556
Assessments, student, locally determined courses and transition courses, OSPI to study: 2EHB 2214, SHB 2214
Assessments, student, parent and guardian right to excuse students from statewide, to be unrestricted: HB 2167, HB 2670, SB 6458, SB 6460, SB 6476
Assessments, student, science requirement alternative assessments, eliminating: HB 2734, SB 6640
Assessments, student, science requirement for certificate of academic achievement, delaying: * SB 6145, CH 42 (2015)
Assessments, student, science requirement for certificate of academic achievement, eliminating: HB 1950, HB 2184, HB 2734, SB 5825, SB 6640
Assessments, student, third grade English language arts, parental notification when student below basic on: SB 5803, * ESSB 5803, CH 125 (2015)
Assessments, student, transition from current to smarter balanced assessments, modifying provisions: HB 1785
Assessments, student, transitioning from biology assessment to comprehensive science assessment: HB 2734, SB 6640
Assessments, student, using college readiness assessment for certificate of achievement, pilot program: HB 2919, SB 6473
Assessments, student, withdrawing from smarter balanced assessment consortium: HB 2165
Assessments, student, withdrawing from smarter balanced assessment consortium and returning to prior assessments: SB 6030
Athletic activity, sudden cardiac arrest during, online pamphlet concerning: HB 1750, SB 5083, * ESSB 5083, CH 26 (2015)
Athletic fields, with synthetic turf, establishing advisory group, study, restrictions, and requirements: SB 6540
Athletic fields, with synthetic turf, safety concerns, procedures, and advisory committee: HB 2547
Auburn Mountainview High School FIRST robotics team, recognizing: * SR 8619 (2015)
Auburn Riverside High School, band teacher Meghan Wagner, her work as a music educator, recognizing: SR 8713
Auburn School District, superintendent Kip Herren, recognizing: * SR 8684 (2015)
Basic education enhancements, balanced operating budget requirement exception for, removing: HB 2219
Basic education, ample funding of, suspending state expenditure limit to provide: * EHB 2267, CH 29 (2015)
Basic education, recodifying most statutes into one chapter: SB 6130
Basketball hoops, retractable, inspection requirements and safety and health standards for: SB 6386, SSB 6386
Bonds, school district, requiring simple majority to authorize: HB 1941, HJR 4210
Breakfast after the bell programs, in high-needs schools: HB 1295, SHB 1295, 2SHB 1295, E3SHB 1295, HB 2824, SB 5437, SSB 5437, 2SSB 5437
Bullying, district antiharassment, intimidation, and bullying policy: SB 5526
Bus operators, for private schools, B&O tax application to: SB 6438, SSB 6438
Buses, drivers of school buses, immunity from liability, when: HB 1120, SHB 1120, SB 5548
Buses, seat belts and other restraint systems, studying costs and benefits of: HB 2639
Buses, toll bridge charges exemption for: SB 6643
Cameras, traffic safety, use in school zones, requirements: EHB 1087
Career and college-ready lighthouse pilot project and advisory committee, establishing: HB 2948, SHB 2948
Career and technical education, allocations for materials, supplies, and operating costs: HB 2868, HB 2989, SB 6415, SB 6661
Career and technical education, granting math or science credit for high school CTE courses, delaying: SB 5966
Career and technical education, model framework and curriculum, work group to update: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, SB 6192, SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Career and technical education, to include elementary students: SB 5082, SSB 5082
Career guidance Washington, developing as career and college readiness program model: HB 1864, SHB 1864
Charter public schools, funding and contract re-execution for compliance: HB 2367, HB 2824, SB 6194, SSB 6194, * E2SSB 6194, CH 241 (2016)
Charter school commission, members and requirements for authorizing schools: HB 1971, SB 5791
Charter school commission, state, members and school authorization: HB 2367, HB 2824, SB 6194, SSB 6194, * E2SSB 6194, CH 241 (2016)
Charter schools, contributions to Washington charter school account, B&O tax credit for: HB 2902
Charter schools, district, authorizing: SB 6163
Charter schools, independent performance audits of: HB 1971, SB 5791
Civics program for students, promoting responsible participation in government, development: SB 6232
Class size, districts with 45,000-plus students, establishing legislative task force: HB 2837
Class size, reducing K-12, funding for: SB 6104
Class size, reducing K-3, construction grant pilot program: * 2ESSB 6080, CH 41 (2015)
Class size, reducing K-3, construction grant program, account transfers to fund: HB 2968
Class size, reducing K-3, funding for: HB 2996, SB 6088, SSB 6088
Class size, reducing K-3, grant program and bonds for facilities: SB 6080
Class size, reducing K-3, limiting to: SSB 6059
Class size, reducing K-3, using certain facilities in support of, when: HB 2985, * SHB 2985, CH 159 (2016)
Class size, reducing, basic education funding formula revisions: HB 2222, SB 6088, SSB 6088
Class size, reducing, basic education funding formula revisions, deferring: * EHB 2266, CH 38 (2015)
Clean energy education program, developing and establishing: ESSB 5113, SB 6218
Coaches, online sudden cardiac arrest prevention program for: HB 1750, SB 5083, * ESSB 5083, CH 26 (2015)
College admission tests, SAT or ACT, free of charge for all juniors and seniors to take: HB 2962
College bound scholarship program, aligning eligibility with state need grant: HB 2241, SB 6113
College bound scholarship program, eligibility, expanding "resident student" definition for: HB 2801
College bound scholarship program, enrollees, grant program for student support services programs for: SB 5856
College bound scholarship program, pledge requirement, modifying: HB 1236, ESHB 1236, E2SHB 1236
College bound scholarship program, recipients, honoring: * SR 8618 (2015)
College bound scholarship program, using for community or technical college: HB 2039, HB 2301
College bound scholarship program, work group recommendations: SB 5851, SSB 5851, * 2SSB 5851, CH 244 (2015)
College credit, dual credit options, expanding and funding: SB 5080, SSB 5080
College in the high school program, dual credit access for low-income students: SHB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 202 (2015)
College in the high school program, dual credit opportunities: HB 1546, SB 5080, SSB 5080, SB 5086
College in the high school program, earlier participation: HB 1031, SHB 1031, HB 1081, SHB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 202 (2015)
Colton High School Wildcats girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4616 (2015)
Common core standards, revising essential academic learning requirements to avoid alignment with: HB 2165
Common core standards, withdrawing from, and returning to prior essential academic learning requirements: SB 6030
Community learning center program, advisory council, creating: HB 1960, SB 5814
Community learning center program, communities of color and rural and low-income communities, targeting: HB 1960, SB 5814
Community learning center program, various programs, provisions concerning: HB 1960, SB 5814
Computer science and education (CS and E) grant program, creating: HB 1813
Computer science, standards for learning and K-12 teacher endorsement: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 3 (2015)
Conflict resolution program, statewide dispute resolution organizations and certified mediators, roles of: HB 1840, * SB 5805, CH 126 (2015)
Construction, labor and materials sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1583, SB 5927
Construction, school construction assistance program, dividing certain districts for space allocation purposes: HB 2161
Construction, school construction assistance program, eligibility for: HB 2985, * SHB 2985, CH 159 (2016)
Construction, school construction assistance program, funding percentage, cost allowance, and space allocations: HB 2161, SB 5859
Counselors, guidance, minimum allocation for: SB 6088, SSB 6088
Counselors, social workers, and psychologists, professional development concerning student distress: HB 1862
Counselors, social workers, and psychologists, role in meeting unmet student mental health needs, defining: HB 1900, SHB 1900, 2SHB 1900
Counselors, social workers, and psychologists, school, legislative task force on: HB 2381
Counselors, social workers, and psychologists, school, task force on: SHB 2381
Cultural access program for public schools, creating: HB 1107, SHB 1107, 2SHB 1107, HB 2247, HB 2263, * ESHB 2263, CH 24 (2015), SB 5463, SSB 5463
Cultural competence, training in, for educators: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2609, SB 6192, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Cursive writing, teaching in common schools, requirement: SB 6469
Data, disaggregated student data, requirements: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2608, SB 6192, SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Data, graduation rate collection and tabulation, modifying: HB 2743, SHB 2743
Day, extending for middle school homework assistance, pilot program: SB 5657, SSB 5657
Day, less than six hours of instruction, waiver to allow, prohibiting: HB 1805
Digital citizenship and safe technology use, including advisory committee: HB 2595, SB 6273, * SSB 6273, CH 59 (2016)
Disabilities, children from birth to age three with, early intervention services, role of school districts: HB 1794, * SB 5879, CH 57 (2016)
Disabilities, students with, commission on improving outcomes for, creation and duties: SB 5946
Disabilities, students with, restraint or isolation, limiting and prohibitions: * SHB 1240, CH 206 (2015)
Disabilities, students with, restraint or isolation, limiting and prohibitions and model policy: HB 1240, SB 5850, SB 5908, SSB 5908, 2SSB 5908
Disasters, drills schools must conduct to prepare for: HB 2257
Discipline policies and procedures, model school district, creation and posting: SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Discipline task force, expanding membership of: SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Discipline, policies and procedures, discretionary discipline, and suspension and expulsion: SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Discipline, student, addressing disproportionality in, including task force: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
Districts, Bethel school district, superintendent Tom Seigel, recognizing: * SR 8625 (2015)
Districts, board adoption of policy-implementation procedure, notice requirements before: HB 2643
Districts, board of directors for, authority to change electoral system for, when: HB 1745, ESHB 1745, E2SHB 1745, SB 5668, SB 6663
Districts, board of directors member compensation: HB 1665, HB 2851, SHB 2851, SB 6259, SSB 6259
Districts, board of directors, appointments to: HB 1497
Districts, board of directors, using remote access means to participate in meetings when absent: HB 2889
Districts, continuity of operations of: SB 6553
Districts, dissolution of, modifying requirement: * SB 5120, CH 82 (2015)
Districts, district charter schools, authorizing: SB 6163
Districts, four-year budget outlook generic model, technical working group to consider feasibility: SB 6130
Districts, housing projects for low-income students, certain funds for: * EHB 1633, CH 155 (2015), SB 5578
Districts, large, division of and board member limits for: HB 1860, HB 2048, SHB 2048
Districts, lean management and Baldrige performance excellence principles, implementing: SB 5837
Districts, local revenue fund for each district, establishing: SB 6130
Districts, purchasing contracts, lowest responsible bidder requirement: HB 2779
Districts, school performance reports, to include performance on Washington achievement index: HB 2978
Districts, transfer of territory between, when initiated by the boards of directors: HB 1952
Dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, establishing: HB 1568
Dual language programs, K-12 dual language expansion grant program, creating: HB 1783, SHB 1783, SB 5675, SSB 5675
Education, department of, creating, while abolishing office of superintendent of public instruction and board of education: HB 2947
Educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee, reviewing absenteeism issues: HB 2449, SHB 2449, * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV
Educational opportunity gap, closing educational opportunity gap act, strategies: SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Educational opportunity gap, oversight and accountability committee recommendations: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
Educational programs in charter schools, opportunity pathways account funding: * E2SSB 6194, CH 241 (2016)
Educational programs not in common schools, opportunity pathways account funding: HB 2367, HB 2824, SB 6194, SSB 6194
Educational service districts, regional school safety and security program: 2SSB 5252, * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
Educational service districts, role in social emotional learning strategies: HB 1760, SHB 1760, SB 5688, SSB 5688
Educational staff associates, nonrenewal of, basing workforce reduction on performance evaluations: HB 1386
Educator professional growth plans, submitted via eCert system, disclosure exemption: HB 1804, SB 5495
Emergencies, districts continuity of operations during: SB 6553
Employees, certificated instructional staff, allocation enhancement for safe and healthy learning climate: HB 2149
Employees, certificated instructional staff, COLAs: SB 5890
Employees, certificated instructional staff, new salary allocation model: SB 6130
Employees, certificated instructional staff, new statewide salary schedule for: HB 1854, SB 5890, SB 6104, SB 6109
Employees, certificated instructional staff, raising base salaries and allocations for: HB 2472, SB 6241
Employees, certificated, adverse changes to contracts of, hearing process for: HB 1936
Employees, certificated, contract status appeals adverse change, notification: HB 2405, * SHB 2405, CH 93 (2016), SB 5658
Employees, certificated, nonrenewal of contract, deadline for notices of: * HB 2023, CH 85 (2016)
Employees, classroom teacher years of service for salary allocation to include private school experience: HB 2657
Employees, COLA and benefits allocations, to be part of basic education funding: HB 2222
Employees, collective bargaining unit representatives, periodic certification elections: SB 6410, SSB 6410
Employees, collective bargaining, limiting salary and other compensation increases, when: SB 6109
Employees, during strike or stoppage, prohibiting compensation or sick leave or health benefits use: SB 6116
Employees, K-12 classified staff, state higher education tuition waivers: HB 1592, SB 5559, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Employees, K-12 staff, analysis of public school compensation data: HB 2366, ESHB 2366, SB 6195, SSB 6195, * E2SSB 6195, CH 3 (2016)
Employees, K-12 staff, comparable and competitive wages, increased allocations for: HB 1614, SB 5544
Employees, K-12 staff, salary enhancements, reducing levies by amounts allocated by state for: SB 6103
Employees, raising base salaries and allocations for: HB 2472, SB 6241
Employees, retired or with disabilities, health care coverage under health care authority, when: HB 2003
Employees, salary increases and COLAs: HB 1538, SB 5469
Employees, school district and educational service district, tobacco use health benefit plan additional surcharge, when: SB 6096
Employees, school district educational, collective bargaining to be considered as open public meetings: HB 2829, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Employees, school district educational, collective bargaining to be open public meetings: HB 2490, SSB 5329
Employees, school employees' benefits board, creating: HB 1937, SB 5976, SSB 5976, SB 6109
Employees, staffing formula changes for class size reduction, deferring: * EHB 2266, CH 38 (2015)
English language learners, instruction and accountability: SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
English language learners, instruction and accountability, including task force: HB 1541
English language learners, transitional bilingual program instruction and teacher endorsements: SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Equity impact review process, for screening rules and budget proposals, convening work group: HB 1899, SB 5718
Examinations, AP and certain other end-of-course, student vouchers to cover costs: HB 2963
Exemplary performance, schools recognized for, reducing mandate compliance requirements for: SB 5393
Expanded learning opportunities council, membership: SB 5721, * SSB 5721, CH 163 (2015)
Facilities, general obligation bonds for, supporting all-day kindergarten and K-3 class size reduction with: SB 6080
Facilities, higher education performing arts and sports, public high school use, when: HB 1834
Facilities, K-3 class size reduction construction grant pilot program: * 2ESSB 6080, CH 41 (2015)
Family engagement coordinators and related terms, definition and model: HB 1408, SHB 1408, * 2SHB 1408, CH 79 (2016)
Federal Way High School Eagles boys' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4633 (2015), * SR 8672 (2015)
Financial education learning standards for state, adoption: * SSB 5202, CH 211 (2015)
Financial education public-private partnership, curriculum requirements and teachers as members: HB 1121, SHB 1121, SB 5202, * SSB 5202, CH 211 (2015)
Firearm safety and hunter education high school elective course, development: HB 2325, SB 6515
Firearms at schools, exemptions from prohibition, when: HB 1433, SB 5500
Food procurement, farm-to-school program, appropriating funds for: SB 6039
Force, use by law enforcement or school officers to restrain child, when lawful: HB 2776
Funding, allocations, school employee salaries, and local levy reliance reduction: HB 2239, ESHB 2239, HB 2272, SB 6130
Funding, basic education, Article IX obligations and Washington education funding council: HB 2272, SB 6130
Funding, basic education, Article IX obligations implementation plan and Washington education funding council: HB 2239, ESHB 2239
Funding, basic education, Article IX obligations, suspending state expenditure limit to meet: * EHB 2267, CH 29 (2015)
Funding, basic education, basic education benefit account, for deposit of McCleary order receipts, creating: HB 2989, SB 6661
Funding, basic education, class size reduction and employee staffing formula changes, deferring: * EHB 2266, CH 38 (2015)
Funding, basic education, class size reduction and staffing and other formula enhancements, allocations: HB 2222, SB 6088, SSB 6088
Funding, basic education, COLA and benefits allocations to be part of: HB 2222
Funding, basic education, counties with federal forest lands, discontinuing allocation reductions in: HB 2295, SB 6292
Funding, basic education, education funding task force, establishing: HB 2366, ESHB 2366, SB 6195, SSB 6195, * E2SSB 6195, CH 3 (2016)
Funding, basic education, expenditure accountability for state, federal, and local revenue and allocations: HB 2965
Funding, basic education, imposing capital gains tax for deposit in education legacy trust account: HB 1484, SB 5699, SB 6102, SB 6104
Funding, basic education, including supporting levies in operating budget outlook "projected maintenance level": HB 3006
Funding, basic education, K-12 staff salary enhancement, state allocations and consequent levy reductions: SB 6103
Funding, basic education, K-12 staff salary schedule and competitive and comparable wage levels: SB 6104, SB 6109
Funding, basic education, K-3 class size reduction and full-day kindergarten, eliminating or narrowing tax preferences to fund: HB 2996
Funding, basic education, K-3 class size reduction, employee bonus, and other funding modifications: SSB 6059
Funding, basic education, legislation for 2016 and 2017 enactment: HB 2239, ESHB 2239, HB 2272
Funding, basic education, library materials: HB 2742
Funding, basic education, phase-in plan for educator compensation and K-12 class size reduction: SB 6104
Funding, basic education, prototypical K-12 funding model, repealing: SB 6079
Funding, basic education, reducing reliance on local levies with aid of state income tax: SB 6114
Funding, basic education, to be determined in omnibus appropriations act: SB 6079
Funding, career and technical education allocations for materials, supplies, and operating costs: HB 2868, HB 2989, SB 6415, SB 6661
Funding, charter public schools, appropriation and distribution of state funding: HB 2367, HB 2824, SB 6194, SSB 6194, * E2SSB 6194, CH 241 (2016)
Funding, full funding of education, prohibiting state land purchases until state achieves: HB 2215
Funding, K-12 appropriations, passing as separate legislation by specified dates: HB 1001
Funding, legislation with school district fiscal note, requirements: HB 2714, HB 2862
Funding, narrowing or eliminating certain tax preferences to provide: SHB 2269, HB 2479
Funding, prioritizing biennial state revenue growth for education: HB 1385, SB 5063, SSB 5063
Funding, programs not in common schools, opportunity pathways account funding: HB 2367, HB 2824, SB 6194, SSB 6194
Funding, public schools, levying intangible property tax to fund: SB 6093
Funding, reducing levies while increasing property tax to fund education: SB 5334
Funding, state-funded educational services, regional transit authority tax offset fee: HB 2288, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Funding, Washington education funding council, establishing: HB 2239, ESHB 2239, HB 2272, SB 6130
Garfield High School boys' basketball team, recognizing: * HR 4628 (2015)
Grade point average, weighted, optional use for accelerated courses, authorizing: SB 6291
Graduation requirements, assessment and certificate provisions, modifying various: 2EHB 2214, SHB 2214
Graduation requirements, certificate of academic achievement, dual credit course options for earning: SHB 2214
Graduation requirements, certificate of academic achievement, science assessment requirement, delaying: * SB 6145, CH 42 (2015)
Graduation requirements, certificate of academic achievement, science assessment requirement, eliminating: HB 1950, HB 2184, HB 2734, SB 5825, SB 6640
Graduation requirements, certificates of academic achievement and individual achievement, eliminating: HB 1363, HB 1785, HB 2556, SHB 2556, HB 2670, SB 5327, SB 6458, SB 6476
Graduation requirements, local, waiving for at-risk or homeless youth or children in need, when: HB 1855, SHB 1855
Graduation requirements, science assessments, various changes: HB 2734, SB 6640
Graduation requirements, state assessments, delaying and eliminating as requirement: SB 6182
Graduation requirements, state assessments, eliminating as requirement: HB 2670, SB 6458, SB 6476
Graduation requirements, student performance standards, various provisions: SB 6030
Graduation, evidence-based strategies for, various: HB 1864
Graduation, evidence-based strategies for, various, including longitudinal student data system redesign: SHB 1864
Harassment, district antiharassment, intimidation, and bullying policy: SB 5526
High school and beyond plans, modifying provisions: HB 1591, SHB 1591, 2EHB 2214, SHB 2214
High school diploma or credential, certain residents without, forecasting: HB 2329, SHB 2329, SB 6161, SSB 6161
High school diploma, goals of, to include responsible and productive citizenship: HB 2703
High school diplomas, state, issuing high school equivalency certificates as: HB 2743, SHB 2743
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, GED fairness act: SB 6560
High school equivalency certificates, tests for, options: HB 1743, SB 5676, SSB 5676, SB 6560
High school transition courses, ensuring college-level placement through successful completion of, when: 2EHB 2214, SHB 2214
Highly capable students, program services for, requirements: SB 5922
Immunization, for school, philosophical or personal objection exemption, eliminating: HB 2009
Indian tribal history and culture, teaching in common schools, requirements: HB 1511, SHB 1511, SB 5433, * SSB 5433, CH 198 (2015)
Indian tribal history and culture, using Since Time Immemorial curriculum in teacher preparation programs: SB 6189
Infrastructure, natural disaster recovery model policy: * EHB 1003, CH 37 (2016)
Instructional hours, student morning food programs access within: HB 3009
Integrated student supports program, including work group, establishing: SHB 1541
Integrated student supports protocol, including work group, establishing: E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2607, SB 6192
International School, Bellevue, teacher Ryan Lafferty, recognizing: * SR 8712 (2016)
Interpreters, educational, sign language and sign system requirements: HB 2324
Interpreters, for special needs students' parent or guardian, when: HB 2409, SHB 2409
Jobs for Washington graduates program or other statewide curriculum or program, OSPI to administer: SHB 1864
Jobs for Washington graduates program, OSPI to administer: HB 1864
Kindergarten, all-day, all-day kindergarten facility grant program, creating: SB 5478
Kindergarten, all-day, funding of: HB 2996
Kindergarten, all-day, K-3 class size reduction construction grant program, account transfers to fund: HB 2968
Kindergarten, all-day, K-3 class size reduction grant program and bonds for facilities: SB 6080
Kindergarteners, month of, September to be: SB 6516
Language access by limited-English proficient parents and guardians, access services and model policy: HB 2006, SB 5787, SSB 5787
Latino/a educational achievement project (LEAP), welcoming to Olympia: * SR 8700 (2016)
Lawton Elementary School, Lyon Terry, 2015 Washington teacher of the year, recognizing: * SR 8665 (2015)
Learning assistance program, schools working with community-based organizations: HB 1795, SB 5690
Learning climate, safe and healthy, additional certificated instructional staff allocation enhancement for: HB 2149
Levies for schools, eliminating district local basic education levy dependency: HB 2366, ESHB 2366, SB 6195, * E2SSB 6195, CH 3 (2016)
Levies for schools, extending current local enrichment policies: HB 2361, EHB 2698, SB 6353
Levies for schools, local district levy authority and local effort assistance: EHB 2698, SB 6183
Levies for schools, local levy funds use, expenditure only for basic education compensation, accountability measures: HB 2965
Levies for schools, local levy funds use, flexibility for: SB 6130
Levies for schools, local levy reduction, levy equalization, and state property tax offset: SB 6109
Levies for schools, reducing by prior school year allocations for K-12 salary enhancements: SB 6103
Levies for schools, reducing reliance on local levies: HB 2272, SB 6104, SB 6109, SB 6130
Levies for schools, reducing reliance on local levies with aid of state income tax: SB 6114
Levies for schools, reducing while increasing property tax to fund education: SB 5334
Levies for schools, reforming district levies, requiring legislative action for: SSB 6195
Levies for schools, reliance on local funds in legislation with school district fiscal note, prohibiting: HB 2714, HB 2862
Levies, for schools, including certain levies in four-year operating budget outlook "projected maintenance level": HB 3006
Library information and technology programs, duties of teacher-librarian: HB 1331, SHB 1331, SB 5294, * SSB 5294, CH 27 (2015)
Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Nathan Gibbs-Bowling, national teacher of the year finalist, honoring: * HR 4654 (2016)
Mark Morris High School girls' basketball team, honoring: * HR 4626 (2015), * SR 8643 (2015)
Meals, morning food programs within instructional hours, when: HB 3009
Meals, reduced-price lunches for K-12 students, eliminating copays for: HB 2964
Meals, reduced-price lunches for prekindergarten through 12th grade students, eliminating copays for: SHB 2964
Meals, reducing sugar content in school meals, convening work group concerning: E3SHB 1295
Media, student journalist freedom of speech, including civil action for relief: SB 6233
Mental health care, as part of safe and healthy learning climate: HB 2149
Mental health care, for students, preventative strategies: HB 2373, SHB 2373, SB 6432
Mental health care, service models for students, JLARC inventory of: HB 2373, SHB 2373, SHB 2439, * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016), SB 6432, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Mental health care, student psychotropic medication and/or psychological screening, school requirements for, prohibiting: HB 2944, SB 6543
Mental health professional collaboration time, professional collaboration lighthouse grant program for: 2SHB 1900
Mental health services for students, data concerning, districts to report: SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243
Meridian High School, Skyler Hamilton, honoring volunteer work of: * HR 4625 (2015)
Middle schools and junior high schools, afterschool learning labs pilot project, department role: HB 2690, SB 6368
Middle schools, extending day for homework assistance, pilot program: SB 5657, SSB 5657
Military children, interstate compact and interstate commission on educational opportunity for: SB 6122
Mill Creek Middle School, CEFPI "School of the Future" team's success, recognizing: * SR 8641 (2015)
Mount Vernon Christian School boys' soccer team, celebrating: * SR 8639 (2015)
Music education, elementary school opportunities for, requirements: HB 1996, SB 5930, SB 6588
Names, racially offensive school names, prohibiting: HB 2306
Names, using Redskins as school name, prohibiting: SB 6190
National guard youth challenge program, longitudinal outcome evaluation of: SB 5942, SSB 5942
New schools, siting inside and outside urban growth areas, creating legislative task force on school siting to consider: ESHB 1420
New schools, siting outside urban growth areas, authority for counties, when: HB 1420, HB 2586
Northport High School, Catherine Diane Wilson, honoring for her career as an educator: * SR 8720 (2016)
Nuclear energy education program, establishment and funding: SB 5093, SSB 5093, 2SSB 5093
Nurses, licensed, authority in school setting to practice without nonnurse supervisor: HB 1790, SHB 1790, SB 5765
Ocosta High School girls' cross country team, honoring: * HR 4650 (2016)
Out-of-school time programs, enabling neighborhood groups to provide: SB 5303, SSB 5303
Paraeducators, community and technical college programs for: HB 1541
Paraeducators, effect on student outcomes of, studying: E2SSB 5179, SB 6408, SSB 6408, 2SSB 6408
Paraeducators, minimum employment and training standards: HB 1293, SB 5179, SSB 5179, E2SSB 5179, SB 6408, SSB 6408, 2SSB 6408
Paraeducators, pipeline for paraeducators conditional scholarships, increasing available endorsements: HB 2573, SB 6332, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Parent involvement coordinators, minimum allocation for: SB 6088, SSB 6088
Parking by students, fees for, district authority: HB 1142
Partnerships, between K-12 schools and postsecondary institutions, tracking and improving: HB 2451
Peer mentoring, of at-risk elementary students by college students, encouraging college attendance: SB 5637
Pest control, integrated pest management program emphasizing nonchemical measures: SB 6002
Physical education, exemption by district of students from, eliminating some grounds for: HB 2664, HB 2669, SHB 2669
Physical education, instructional and reporting requirements, compliance with: HB 2669, SHB 2669
Playgrounds, with synthetic turf, establishing advisory group, study, restrictions, and requirements: SB 6540
Playgrounds, with synthetic turf, safety concerns, procedures, and advisory committee: HB 2547
Principals, evaluations of, comprehensive summative, frequency: SHB 1867
Principals, evaluations of, using statewide student assessments for: HB 2019, SB 5748, ESSB 5748
Principals, evaluations of, using student growth data elements in: SB 5749
Principals, professional learning days, provisions: SB 5415
Principals, professional learning for, definition and standards: * HB 1345, CH 77 (2016), SHB 1345
Principals, recruitment and retention: HB 1541
Principals, targeted professional development for, provisions: SB 5807
Prosser High School Mustangs football team, recognizing: * HR 4680 (2016)
Psychologists, legislative task force on school counselors, psychologists, and social workers: HB 2381
Psychologists, professional development concerning student distress: HB 1862
Psychologists, task force on school counselors, psychologists, and social workers: SHB 2381
Public speaking, leadership skills, and confidence, grades 2 through 5, establishing grant program for: HB 2833, SHB 2833
Race and ethnicity reporting guidelines, task force concerning: SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), HB 2608, SB 6192
Reading to ensure academic development (READ) grant program, at early elementary level, establishing: HB 2728
Recess, daily recess period for K-5 students, providing: SB 6407
Restroom facilities, separate by biological sex or sex assigned at birth, with gender-neutral bathroom option: HB 2941
Running start program, dual credit options and financial aid to low-income students: SHB 1546
Running start program, dual credit options through: HB 1546, * E2SHB 1546, CH 202 (2015), SB 5086
Running start program, expanding and funding dual credit options through: SB 5080, SSB 5080
Rural area schools, urban government services for, when: SB 5102
Safe routes to school program, funding for: SB 5724
Safe school plans and procedures, reviews and updates by districts: HB 2257
Safety, regional school safety and security center, program modeled after: 2SSB 5252, * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
Safety, regional school safety and security centers, pilot program to create: HB 1974, SHB 1974, SB 5252, SSB 5252
Safety, school programs evaluation and annual school summits: * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
Safety, support public schools special license plates, creating to fund school safety measures: SB 6674
Santorno, Carla, her work as superintendent of Tacoma public schools, recognizing: * HR 4666 (2016)
School service providers, via online service or site or mobile application, requirements: HB 1495, ESHB 1495, * ESB 5419, CH 277 (2015)
Schools, as essential public facilities within growth management act: HB 2377, SB 6426, ESSB 6426
Schools, low-performing, student request to attend a different school, granting of: HB 2978
Schools, students at low-achieving, moving to higher achieving school, when, procedures: HB 2729
Science, elementary science education program pilot project, creating: HB 1981
Searching students, warrantless exception for school resource officers and local police school liaison officers: SB 6230, SSB 6230
Sedro-Woolley High School football team, honoring: * SR 8637 (2015)
Sexual abuse by personnel and peers, requesting action to prevent and respond to: SJM 8006
Sexual abuse or contact by personnel and family, staff training and response: * HB 2597, CH 48 (2016)
Sexual abuse, K-12 prevention curriculum, establishing Erin's law task force to create: HB 2183, SHB 2183
Sexual harassment, including misconduct, policy and employee training, modifying provisions: SSB 5517
Sexual harassment, policy and employee training, modifying provisions: SB 5517
Sexual health education, sexual abuse and violence prevention information as part of: SB 5506
Siting of schools outside urban growth areas, criteria: SB 5110
Sleep, students, later start times and student achievement outcomes, studying: SSB 6429
Social emotional learning, as part of safe and healthy learning climate: HB 2149
Social emotional learning, educational service districts role: HB 1760, SHB 1760, HB 2373, SHB 2373, SB 5688, SSB 5688, E2SSB 5688, SB 6432
Social emotional learning, K-12, work group to recommend benchmarks for: HB 1760, SHB 1760, SB 5688, SSB 5688, E2SSB 5688
Social emotional learning, online training module, creating and maintaining: SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243, * ESB 6620, CH 240 (2016)
Social media safety, model curriculum for, preparation and availability of: HB 2254
Special education innovation project, including innovation fund and grants, establishing: SB 5946
Special education, innovation project, OFM to contract with statewide organization: HB 1947, SHB 1947
Special education, special education administration, training for leaders in: SB 5905
Special education, special education state advisory council, establishing: SB 5905
Special education, transition of students to higher education, services for: HB 2248, SB 5679, * SSB 5679, CH 217 (2015)
Special needs, students with, accommodations and related services, districts' duties: SHB 2409
Special needs, students with, commission on improving outcomes for, establishing: HB 1947, SHB 1947
Special needs, students with, language interpreter at certain meetings: HB 2409, SHB 2409
Special needs, students with, postsecondary transition plans: HB 2409, SHB 2409
Sports activities, on school grounds after, free speech and exercise of religion by coaches and others, rights of: HB 3007
State campus compact, enhancing college completion via K-12 mentoring and service learning opportunities: HB 1982, SHB 1982
STEM curricula, as part of career and college-ready lighthouse pilot project and advisory committee duties: HB 2948, SHB 2948
STEM experiences, creating and expanding instructional worksite learning pilot project: HB 2415, SB 6453
STEM literacy, specialized STEM facility grant program, creating: SB 5478
STEM programs, K-12, grant program for funding: SB 5082, SSB 5082
Student success, target goals and indicators, development of: SB 6182
Students from military families, education data on: HB 1149, SHB 1149, SB 5163, * SSB 5163, CH 210 (2015)
Students protecting students program, establishing: HB 2823, SHB 2823, 2SHB 2823
Students, "unaccompanied homeless," defining for certain reporting purposes: HB 1682, SHB 1682, E2SHB 1682, SB 5065, SSB 5065
Students, biometric information, collection and use of, prohibitions: SB 5316, ESSB 5316
Students, forecasting of enrollments: HB 2921, SB 6455, SSB 6455
Students, foster youth, educational outcomes improvement strategies for: HB 1999, SHB 1999, 2SHB 1999, 3SHB 1999, * 4SHB 1999, CH 71 (2016)
Students, homeless student housing and educational stability program, creating: HB 2191
Students, homeless student stability and opportunity gap act, including grant programs: SB 6298, SSB 6298
Students, homeless, aiding with grant programs, liaisons, and other measures: HB 1682, SHB 1682, E2SHB 1682, * 3SHB 1682, CH 157 (2016), SB 5065, SSB 5065
Students, homeless, health care informed consent from school personnel: * 3SHB 1682, CH 157 (2016), HB 2396, SHB 2396
Students, low-income high-achieving, four-year college informational program for: HB 1812
Students, low-income, housing assistance program funds for certain projects to aid: * EHB 1633, CH 155 (2015), SB 5578
Students, nutrition, equipment assistance grant program: HB 1164
Students, personally identifiable student-level data, controlling access to: SB 5316, ESSB 5316
Students, psychotropic medication and/or psychological screening, school requirements for, prohibiting: HB 2944, SB 6543
Students, removed from school due to violence or mental health issues, mental health assessments for: HB 2037
Students, restraint or isolation of, limiting and prohibitions: * SHB 1240, CH 206 (2015)
Students, restraint or isolation of, limiting and prohibitions and model policy: HB 1240, SB 5850, SB 5908, SSB 5908, 2SSB 5908
Students, sleep, increasing by starting school one hour later: SB 6429
Students, social and emotional skills, strategies for developing: HB 1760, SHB 1760, SB 5688, SSB 5688, E2SSB 5688
Students, transgender, model policy and procedure, requirements for school districts concerning: SB 5526
Suicide, school suicide prevention model, rollout of: * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016)
Suicide, suicide concerns response training for student support staff: * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016)
Suicide, youth suicide prevention training program for educators and parents: SB 6243, SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243
Tacoma public schools, Carla Santorno, superintendent, her work as, recognizing: * HR 4666 (2016)
Tahoma High School We the People team, honoring: * SR 8622 (2015), * SR 8698 (2016)
Teachers, adverse changes to contracts of, hearing process for: HB 1936
Teachers, at high poverty schools, college loan repayment and annual bonuses: HB 2727
Teachers, beginning, implementing new beginning educator pay recommendations: HB 1616, SB 5546
Teachers, beginning, increasing salaries of: HB 2573, SB 6332
Teachers, bonuses, when: SB 6244
Teachers, Catherine Diane Wilson, honoring for her career as an educator: * SR 8720 (2016)
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, COLAs: SB 5890
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, COLAs in connection with certain bonuses: HB 1538, SB 5469
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, comparable and competitive wages, increased allocations for: HB 1614, SB 5544
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, new salary allocation model: SB 6130
Teachers, certificated instructional staff, new statewide salary schedule for: HB 1854, SB 5890, SB 6104, SB 6109
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, awareness campaign and preparation programs expansion: HB 2382, SHB 2382, HB 2881
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, district-higher education partnerships: E2SHB 2573, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, certification, alternative route programs, replacing specific routes with outcomes-based policies: EHB 1770, SB 5496
Teachers, certification, applied baccalaureate degree programs leading to: SB 5391
Teachers, certification, expedited process for out-of-state teachers, conditions: HB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2921, SB 6332, SB 6455, SSB 6455, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, certification, teacher endorsement and certification help pilot project: HB 1983, SHB 1983, E2SHB 1983
Teachers, classroom teachers of color, posting data on internet: SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
Teachers, classroom, data disaggregated into race and ethnicity categories: HB 2608
Teachers, classroom, years of service for salary allocation to include private school experience: HB 2657
Teachers, COLA and benefits allocations, to be part of basic education funding: HB 2222
Teachers, dual language teacher pipeline scholarship program, creating: HB 1783, SHB 1783, SB 5675, SSB 5675
Teachers, early childhood and elementary education endorsements: E2SHB 2573, HB 2921, SB 6455, SSB 6455
Teachers, early childhood, elementary, bilingual, and computer science education endorsements: * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, educator retooling conditional scholarship program, endorsements via: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, HB 1570, * ESHB 1570, CH 9 (2015), HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 3 (2015), E2SHB 2573, HB 2921, SB 5312, SB 6455, SSB 6455, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, enabling lower class sizes through increased training, recruitment, placement, mentoring, and retention: HB 2881
Teachers, endorsements for transitional bilingual program: SB 6244, SSB 6244, 2SSB 6244
Teachers, evaluations of, comprehensive summative, frequency: HB 1867, SHB 1867
Teachers, evaluations of, using statewide student assessments for: HB 2019, SB 5748, ESSB 5748
Teachers, evaluations of, using student growth data elements in: SB 5749
Teachers, future teachers conditional scholarship and loan repayment program, provisions: SB 6097, SSB 6097
Teachers, K-12 classroom, maternity and paternity leave for, studying costs and impacts of: SB 6431
Teachers, K-12, salary enhancements, reducing levies by amounts allocated by state for: SB 6103
Teachers, Lyon Terry, 2015 Washington teacher of the year, recognizing: * SR 8665 (2015)
Teachers, Meghan Wagner, her work as a music educator, recognizing: SR 8713
Teachers, mentoring of, beginning educator support program, modifying: HB 2472, SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2881, SB 6241, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, Nathan Gibbs-Bowling, national teacher of the year finalist, honoring: * HR 4654 (2016)
Teachers, nonrenewal of, basing workforce reduction on performance evaluations: HB 1386, SB 5744, SSB 5744
Teachers, opportunity scholarship program, to include educator preparation programs with STEM endorsements: HB 2881
Teachers, postretirement employment of teachers: HB 1737, SHB 1737, 2SHB 1737, HB 2573, SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2881, HB 2921, SB 6332, SB 6455, SSB 6455, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016), SB 6549
Teachers, preparation programs for, using Since Time Immemorial tribal history and culture curriculum in: SB 6189
Teachers, preparation programs, recruitment specialists grant program: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, professional learning days, provisions: SB 5415
Teachers, professional learning for, definition and standards: * HB 1345, CH 77 (2016), SHB 1345
Teachers, qualified applicants, statewide initiative to increase: HB 2573, SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, HB 2921, SB 6332, SB 6455, SSB 6455, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, recruitment and hiring, including grant programs: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, recruitment and retention: HB 1541
Teachers, recruitment into preparation programs: * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, recruitment into preparation programs and alternative route certification programs: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573
Teachers, Ryan Lafferty, his work as an educator, recognizing: * SR 8712 (2016)
Teachers, staffing formula changes for class size reduction, deferring: * EHB 2266, CH 38 (2015)
Teachers, staffing placements, teacher and principal agreement: SB 5744, SSB 5744
Teachers, striking or refusing to perform official duties by educational employees, prohibiting: HB 1242
Teachers, student loan repayment, eligibility and procedures: SB 6244
Teachers, student teaching residency grant program: SHB 2573, E2SHB 2573, * E2SSB 6455, CH 233 (2016)
Teachers, substitutes, certification of higher education adjunct faculty as: SB 5941
Teachers, substitutes, postretirement employment of teachers as: HB 1737, SHB 1737, 2SHB 1737, HB 2573, SHB 2573, HB 2881, HB 2921, SB 6332, SB 6455