NC Education Bills – See Whats Been Signed So Far

Education BillsDozens of education bills were introduced during the past legislative session at the North Carolina General Assembly.

Many were signed into law during the session, some were recently signed by the governor.

Read: Unpacking The NC Education Budget

While many of these education bills passed under their original bill numbers, some were dissected and portions placed into other bills.

Such was the case with the teacher background check bill, HB 117. Portions of HB 117 were inserted into Senate Bill 599.

Read:  NCGA Ends Session With Weak Teacher Background Checks

Here are some of the education bills that have been signed by Governor Cooper since the legislature adjourned.

Other education bills that were chaptered during the legislative session include:

HB 5 – Unemployment Insurance Technical Changes – Ch. SL 2017-8
HB 13 – Class Size Requirement Changes – Ch. SL 2017-9
HB 39 – Amend Appointments/ UNC Board of Governors – Ch. SL 2017-1
HB 55 – Apex/Cary/Police Assistance on School Grounds – Ch. SL 2017-34
HB 256 – 2017 Appointments Bill – Ch. SL 2017-75
HB 393 – Mebane Charter/Alamance-Burl BOE Exchange – Ch. SL 2017-82
HB 447 – Lexington City Bd. of Ed./Change to Election – Ch. SL 2017-61
HB 520 – Union Co. Bd. of Ed./Partisan Election – Ch. SL 2017-63
SB 62 – Veterans’ Affairs Commission/ Strategic Plan – Ch. SL 2017-29
SB 64 – Veterans’ History Awareness Month – Ch. SL 2017-65
SB 68 – Bipartisan Bd of Elections and Ethics Enforce – Ch. SL 2017-6
SB 131 – Regulatory Reform Act of 2016-2017 – Ch. SL 2017-10
SB 169 – Teaching Excellence Bonus Expansion – Ch. SL 2017-88
SB 253 – Partisan Elections/Certain School Boards- Ch. SL 2017-78
SB 257 – Appropriations Act of 2017 – Ch. SL 2017-57
SB 312 – Surplus Computers for Low-Income Students – Ch. SL 2017-67
SB 421 – Use of Career & Technical Funds/Onslow County – Ch. SL 2017-33
SB 448 – Professors in the Classroom – Ch. SL 2017-91

Use the “find a bill” tool on the legislature website to look up any bill above.

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