The Senate ended their 2015 session on April 1st. After considering 2 remaining measures, the House adjourned the following day.
In its final session, the House approved Senate Bill 2258, which, if signed by Gov. Bryant, requires school principles to certify results of standardized tests and provides criminal penalties if cheating is detected. The House also approved Senate Bill 2804 which removes Department of Corrections employees from the state Personnel Board civil service protection to enable the DoC leadership to reorganize the troubled agency.
- Senate goes home for the year; House back Thursday
- House officially ends 2015 session
- Senate Bill 2258, Cheating on statewide tests
- Senate Bill 2804, Exempt DoC from State Personnel Board procedures