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9 c. A requirement that all school districts and
10 accredited nonpublic schools annually report to the
11 department and the local community the district-wide
12 progress made in attaining student achievement goals
13 on the academic and other core indicators and the
14 district-wide progress made in attaining locally
15 established student learning goals. The school
16 districts and accredited nonpublic schools shall
17 demonstrate the use of multiple assessment measures in
18 determining student achievement levels. The school
19 districts and accredited nonpublic schools shall also
20 report the number of students who enter ninth grade
21 but do not graduate from the school or school
22 district; and the number of students who are tested
23 and the percentage of students who are so tested
24 annually. The board shall develop and adopt uniform
25 definitions consistent with the federal No Child Left
26 Behind Act of 2001, Pub. L. No. 107-110 and any
27 federal regulations adopted pursuant to the federal
28 Act. The school districts and accredited nonpublic
29 schools may report on other locally determined factors
30 influencing student achievement. The school districts
31 and accredited nonpublic schools shall also report to
32 the local community their results by individual
33 attendance center.""
34 2. By striking page 6, line 11, through page 8,
35 line 43.
36 3. Page 9, by striking lines 14 through 18.
37 4. By renumbering as necessary.

Rants of Woodbury asked and received unanimous consent that
House File 2515 be deferred and that the bill retain its place on the
calendar. (Amendments H-8681 and H-8688 pending)

ADOPTION OF THE REPORT OF THE
CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
(House File 2191)

Millage of Scott called up for consideration the report of the
conference committee on House File 2191 and moved the adoption of
the conference committee report and the amendments contained
therein as follows:

REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON HOUSE FILE 2191

To the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate:

We, the undersigned members of the conference committee appointed to resolve the
differences between the House of Representatives and the Senate on House File 2191, a


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