Selected 2013 Child-Related Bills Pending in the California Legislature

Please note: the following excerpts were compiled by the Children’s Advocacy Institute primarily from the May 29, 2013 issue of the Legislative Index, published by the Legislative Counsel's Office. To see if a newer version of the Index is available, or to view the Index in its entirety, please go to http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/legpubs-legindex.html.

Access for Infants and Mothers Program

  • verification of eligibility: access to tax returns, employment information, etc., AB 880

Adoption

  • adoptive parents, prospective: abbreviated assessments, home study, etc., AB 848 consent of child over 12 years of age, AB 467
  • relinquishing parents, AB 848 tax credits, AB 1284
  • termination of parental rights, SB 274

Autism

  • demonstration programs: support re autism services at regional centers, AB 1231; SB 158 employment services re young adults with autism: pilot program, SB 577
  • health plan and insurance coverage, AB 1372; SB 126, 488 pervasive developmental disorder, AB 1372; SB 488 screening, diagnosis, treatment, etc.: pilot program, SB 158 teledentistry services, AB 1231
  • telehealth services, AB 1231

Beverages

Bond Acts, Ballot

  • kindergarten-university public education facilities bond act of 2014, AB 41; SB 45, 301

Bonds, Investment

  • community facilities districts, AB 1052; SB 692 general obligation bonds, state—
    • foster care: funding, SB 575 generally, AB 1332
  • local agencies— libraries, SCA 7
    • public improvements and facilities, ACA 8 public safety services, AB 1188; ACA 3, 8
  • youth centers and shelters, SB 347

Bullying

  • coordinating center, bullying and peer abuse prevention, SB 231 cyberbullying, AB 256
  • hotline, bullying and peer abuse prevention, SB 231 schools: disciplinary actions, AB 1216

Buses

  • schoolbuses, youth buses, etc.—
    • driver’s licenses: medical examinations, AB 722 funding, SB 69
    • regulation, SB 728

Business

  • child day care centers, ancillary, SB 766

CalFresh Program

  • electronic benefit transfer (ebt) cards, AB 832 eligibility—
    • drug felons, SB 283 homeless youth, AB 309
    • immigrants: deferred action for childhood arrivals, AB 35 income requirements: waivers, AB 191, 276
    • military personnel, veterans, etc., AB 276 suspension of benefits: incarceration, SB 480 verification of applicant information, SB 672
  • payments—
    • direct deposit, AB 1280
  • purchase of food items on college or university campuses, AB 832 sweetened beverages, SB 134

CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity And Responsibility to Kids) Eligibility—

  • asset limits—
    • disability compensation, AB 1094 motor vehicles, AB 197
  • child, hospitalized, AB 419 domestic violence victims, AB 1107 drug felons, SB 283
  • nonminor dependents, AB 985
  • suspension of benefits: incarceration, SB 480 truancy exemption, AB 814
  • information re leave benefits, unemployment insurance, etc., SB 252 kin-gap aid, AB 985
  • payments—
  • child, hospitalized, AB 419 direct deposit, AB 1280
  • family aid, maximum: additional births, AB 271 welfare-to-work activities—
  • pregnant women, SB 252 schoolage children, AB 814

Camps, Camping, Etc.

  • organized camps: operation, regulation, etc., SB 443

Child Abuse

  • death review teams, child: reporting requirements, AB 758 prevention, intervention, and treatment projects, AB 883; SB 602
  • prosecution of child abuse cases, multidisciplinary teams re: funding, AB 20 reporting—
    • homeless or unaccompanied minors, AB 652 investigations re abuse by teachers, SB 160 mandated reporters, AB 20, 465, 790, 1027

Child Care

  • day care centers, facilities, etc.— ancillary day care centers, SB 766 licensure, AB 290
    • loans, AB 835
    • nutrition training, AB 290
    • smoking prohibition: electronic cigarettes, SB 648 development programs, services, etc.—
    • care and education programs, early, ACR 45 contracts, AB 812
    • infants and toddlers, child care and development programs for, AB 273 learning and education support programs, high-quality early, SB 192 neighborhood support services, AB 1178
    • nutrition and physical activity for early childhood education programs, SB 464 payment programs, alternative, AB 274; SB 192
    • resource and referral programs, SB 192 family day care homes—
    • nutrition training, AB 290 preschool—
    • state preschool programs, AB 1187; AJR 16 providers—
    • bargaining representatives, AB 641
    • electronic fund transfers, direct deposits, etc., AB 274 trustline providers, SB 766
  • subsidy plans, individualized child care, AB 260

Collective Bargaining

  • child care providers, family, AB 641 peace officers, school district, SB 765

Community Care Facilities

  • complaints: retaliation, harassment, etc., AB 581 cpr policy, AB 259
  • generally, SB 154
  • inspections, unannounced, AB 364 licensing, AB 391, 726, 1050
  • youth shelters, emergency, AB 346, 452

Community Colleges, California. See also Postsecondary Education

  • administrators: salaries, AB 806
  • admissions, enrollment, etc.— disabled students, AB 595
    • extended opportunity programs and services, AB 595 student recruitment and selection programs, SCA 5
  • adult education, SB 173
  • alcoholic beverages: sale, consumption, etc., on or near campuses, SB 120 audits, AB 806
  • auxiliary organizations, AB 445, 777 baccalaureate degree programs, AB 51, 181 board of governors—
    • powers, duties, etc., AB 675 student members, AB 447
  • career technical education. See VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. college-level examination programs, AB 1025
  • contracts, AB 173 counselors and counseling—
    • institutional and financial assistance information, AB 534 salaries, counselor, AB 806
  • credit by examination opportunities, AB 1025 curriculum—
    • academic content standards, common core, SB 490 digital arts programs, AB 255
    • distance learning courses, AB 944
    • education courses, online, AB 387; SB 520, 547 extension programs, intersession, AB 955 world religion courses: sikhism, ACR 20
  • discrimination and harassment policies, SCA 5 elections: on-campus voting, SB 240, 267 employees—
    • retirement benefits: exclusions, etc., SB 215 facilities—
    • energy efficiency and clean energy projects, AB 29, 39; SB 35, 267 universal telephone service: annual reimbursement, AB 1100
  • faculty—
    • employment contracts, AB 675 full-time faculty, AB 950
    • instructors, classroom: salaries, AB 806 fees and tuition—
    • financial aid. See STUDENT FINANCIAL AID. increase protections, AB 67; SB 58 nonresident tuition—
      • deported or voluntarily departed parents, children of, SB 141 nevada, students residing in, SB 329
      • representation fees, student, AB 1358 financial support—
    • apportionments—
      • disabled students programs and services, SB 705 extended opportunity programs and services, SB 705 revenue level calculations: stabilization formula, AB 1199 state apportionments, payment of, ACA 2
    • bonds, AB 182
    • incentive grants re online education programs, SB 520 tax revenues, AB 283; SB 241; SCA 3
    • firearms on campus, prohibitions re, AB 1084 high school pupils—
    • concurrent enrollment, SB 150, 379 middle college high schools, SB 730 summer sessions, enrollment in, AB 1146
    • job development incentive training programs, AB 421
    • libraries: statewide communications and delivery intranet, SB 331
    • military personnel, veterans, etc. See MILITARY SERVICE—postsecondary education. mission and functions, AB 1058
    • p-20 councils, regional, AB 646 planning services, educational, AB 388 school system of state, public, AB 586 state goals: metrics, SB 195 students—
      • developmental disabilities, individuals with: career advancement, AB 388 transfers to four-year institutions, SB 440, 681
    • textbooks, instructional materials, etc.—
      • disabled student services, material compatible with, AB 1099 electronic textbooks, SB 265

Community Corrections

  • partnerships, community corrections—
    • juvenile offenders: costs re supervision and rehabilitation, AB 915 membership, etc., SB 199

Conflicts of Interest

  • charter schools, AB 913
  • teachers’ retirement board, state, AB 125

Corporation Taxes

  • credits—
    • schools—
    • career technical education, SB 594 private schools: scholarships, AB 943
    • science, technology, engineering, math literacy, and arts programs, AB 943

Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Persons

  • schools: adoption of American sign language reading and mathematics standards, AB 455

Debt and Creditors

  • student loan debt, AB 233; AJR 11

Developmentally Disabled Persons

  • early intervention, AB 1089 minors—
    • school-to-work transition, AB 1041 regional centers—
    • complaints, SB 295
    • data compilation re consumers and services: reports, SB 319 directors, center: performance reviews, SB 367
    • funding: budget process, SB 164
    • health plan and insurance coverage: copayments, deductibles, etc., SB 163 individual program plans—
    • self-determination programs, SB 468 service needs: planning process, SB 784
    • native language: use re services, information, etc., SB 555 oversight and quality enhancement process: pilot project, SB 579
    • payment rates—
    • employment services providers, AB 954, 1112 public access to information, SB 137
    • services—
    • employment services, AB 954, 1041 fiscal responsibilities re services, SB 163 share of costs, SB 163
    • transfers between regional centers: foster care children, AB 1089 vendors, SB 137
    • volunteerism, promotion of, SB 784

Discrimination and Harrassment

  • child or ward, intentional harassment of: civil liability, SB 323, 606

Emergencies

  • child abduction by custodial parent or guardian: emergency alert system, AB 535

Employment minors

  • entertainment industry: permits, AB 344 workforce training, development, etc., AB 114

Family Law

  • father and child relationship, determining the existence or nonexistence of the, SB 115 judicial training programs: cultural competency and sensitivity re lesbian, gay, bisexual, and
    • transgender youth, AB 868
  • natural parent, presumed parent, etc.: definitions, AB 1403 parents, recognition of more than two, SB 274

Firearms

  • discharge of a firearm by a minor: parental liability, AB 231 possession—
    • school zones, firearms in, AB 1084
    • residing with someone prohibited from possessing, persons, AB 500; SB 363 residential storage of firearms, etc., AB 500; SB 108, 363
  • sales, transfers, etc.—
    • lending of firearms to minors, requirements re, SB 108

Foster Care

  • adoption assistance, AB 787, 848, 985
  • aid to families with dependent children-foster care program— developmentally disabled children, AB 1089
    • nonminor dependents eligible for federal assistance, AB 787
  • caregivers, relative and nonrelative: training re sexually exploited and trafficked children, SB 738 child care and development programs, AB 1187
  • educational support, services, etc—
    • early intervention services, AB 1089
  • health care services, rights to consent to and receive, SB 528 homes and agencies—
    • sex offenders, AB 1108 smoke-free environment, AB 352
    • social worker visits, AB 474; SB 342 specialized foster care homes—
    • health care practitioners, AB 1133 residential capacity, AB 413
    • month, foster care, ACR 49
    • personal records: electronic repository, AB 1171 placement—
    • special health care needs children, AB 413
    • pregnant and parenting minors: access to resource specialists, social workers, etc., SB 528 schools—
    • federal regulations, compliance with, AB 643 graduation requirements, high school, AB 216
    • social impact partnerships: improving outcomes for children in and exiting foster care, SB 593 trust fund account, individual: funding, SB 575

Gangs

  • database, statewide gang: enrollment of minors: parental notification, SB 458 firearms violations, SB 755
  • participation, assistance, etc., in criminal street gangs, AB 1123 violence prevention, AB 310; SB 632

Health and Human Services Agency, California

  • child advisory task force, california healthy: establishment, AB 357

Health Care

  • plans, health care—
    • dependent children, SB 138 individual plans—
    • children’s coverage, AB 2 (1X); SB 2 (1X) pediatric oral care benefits, AB 18

Healthy Families Program

  • disenrollment: notice of eligibility for other health care coverage, SB 800; AB 2 (1X); SB 2 (1X) enrollment—
    • verification of eligibility: access to tax returns, employment information, etc., AB 880

Homeless Persons youth, homeless—

  • CalFresh eligibility, AB 309 child abuse reporting, AB 652
  • education services, rights re, AB 951
  • school admissions residency requirements, SB 177 shelters, emergency youth, AB 346, 452; SB 347 support services, information, etc., AB 1283

Human Trafficking

  • pimping, pandering, etc., on or near school grounds, SB 473 victims of human trafficking—
    • compensation, victim’s, SB 60
  • evidence re engaging in commercial sexual act, admissibility of, AB 694 shelter, counseling services, etc.: funding, AB 20
  • solicitation or prostitution, victims convicted of: expungement of records, AB 795; SB 738

Immigrants and Immigration

  • childhood arrivals, deferred action for, AB 35 children, migrant: education programs, AB 275

Immunizations

  • Parental consent, AB 599

Internet minors—

  • cyberbullying, AB 256
  • personal information from online services, etc., collection of, AB 319; SB 568

Juvenile Court Law

  • commissions, juvenile justice: members, etc., SB 61 dependent children—
    • dual status minors, AB 438 hearings, SB 343
    • infants: hiv testing, AB 506
    • parental rights, limitations re guardian or, SB 514 placement—
    • family members, nonrelative extended, AB 545 foster care, AB 474; SB 342
    • pregnant and parenting minors and nonminor dependents: access to health care, etc., SB 528 sexually exploited and trafficked minors, SB 738
    • supplemental security income, federal: representative payees, SB 522 workers’ compensation death benefits, AB 607
  • judicial training programs: cultural competency and sensitivity re lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth, AB 868
  • performance outcomes and expenditures, countywide, AB 1197 records, sealing and destruction of: information re eligibility, AB 1006 wards of the court—
    • counsel, appointment of: attorney qualifications, SB 166 dual status minors, AB 438
    • interrogations, custodial: electronic recordings, SB 569 minors prosecuted as adults, AB 592
    • parental rights, limitations re guardian or, SB 514 restitution payments, AB 423
    • sex offenders, AB 992 solitary confinement, SB 61
    • suicide crisis intervention plans, SB 61

Juvenile Hall, Homes, Camps, Etc. juvenile court schools—

  • mathematics and English education, AB 631
  • pupil information sharing with department of social services, SB 69 sexual abuse, zero tolerance re, SB 716

Law Enforcement Agencies

  • Gang database, statewide: parental notification re enrollment of minors, SB 458 Sex offender registration: address updates, AB 321

Medi-Cal

  • Eligibility—
    • Foster children, former, SB 28; AB 1 (1X); SB 1 (1X)
    • Immigrants: deferred action for childhood arrivals, AB 35

Mental Health minors—

  • foster youth, AB 936
  • school intervention and prevention programs, etc., AB 174, 187, 760, 1264, 1367; SB 596 solitary confinement, minor or ward placed in, SB 61

Minors

  • charity youth organizations, public: discrimination prohibitions, etc., SB 323 custody and visitation—
    • abduction, child, AB 535
    • evaluators, child custody: disclosure of written confidential reports, AB 958 father and child relationship, determinations re, SB 115
    • family court: dismissal for delay in prosecution, AB 522 grandparents’ visitation rights, AB 414
    • legal parents, child with more than two, SB 274 visitations, supervised, SB 826
  • death review teams, child: reporting requirements, AB 758 drug and alcohol abuse treatment programs, SB 677
  • harassment of a child or ward, civil liability re intentional, SB 606 health care—
    • goals, standards, etc., statewide, AB 357 home visiting programs, early child, SB 252 immunizations, AB 599
    • obesity prevention activities and programs, childhood, SB 622
    • pregnant and parenting minors: access to resource specialists, social workers, etc., SB 528 infants—
    • hiv testing, AB 506 newborn screening, SB 224
    • shaken baby syndrome, AB 845
  • internet and online services: personal information privacy, AB 319; SB 568 name change petition: confidentiality, SB 545
  • runaway, exploited, etc., youths: support services, AB 1283 shelters, emergency youth, AB 346, 452; SB 347
  • social networking web sites: address and phone number privacy, SB 501 student and youth bill of rights, ACR 30

Parole

  • juvenile offenders, AB 1276

Pornography

  • child pornography—
    • government-owned computers, networks, etc., viewing obscene matter via, AB 20 libraries: mandated reporting, AB 20
    • possession, distribution, etc.: penalties, AB 20; SB 145, 384

Postsecondary Education accreditation, AB 213

  • credit cards: oral disclosures to first-time cardholders re annual percentage rates, fees, etc., AB 1300 curriculum—
    • digital arts programs, AB 255
  • curriculum and research programs: funding, AB 653 discrimination and harassment policies, SCA 5 financial aid, student. See STUDENT FINANCIAL AID. firearms on campus, prohibitions re, AB 1084
  • food services: calfresh benefits, AB 832 goals, state: metrics, SB 195
  • governing provisions, AB 1224
  • health plan and insurance coverage, AB 314
  • libraries: statewide communications and delivery intranet, SB 331
  • military personnel, veterans, etc. See MILITARY SERVICE-postsecondary education. online education programs, AB 895
  • p-20 councils, regional, AB 646 private institutions—
    • avocational education, AB 634
    • counselors and counseling: institutional and financial assistance information, AB 534 fact sheets: net price calculator and average student loan debt figures, AB 330
  • textbooks, instructional materials, etc.—
    • disabled student services, material compatible with, AB 1099 electronic textbooks, SB 265
    • sales and use tax exemptions, AB 479

Public Social Services

  • child welfare services—
    • abuse and neglect, children at risk of, AB 1187 disparities re services, racial and ethnic, SB 625 protective services, AB 1187
    • review, system, AB 921 counties—
    • child abuse reporting: information sharing, AB 406 supplemental security income (ssi)—
    • dependents of the juvenile court, SB 522
  • women, infants, and children food and nutrition programs: supplemental food program, SB 667

Records

  • personal records—
    • foster youth: electronic repository, AB 1171
    • minors: personal information privacy re internet and online services, AB 319; SB 568

Schools accountability—

  • academic performance index—
    • civics learning objectives, SB 696 creativity index, SB 432
  • system revisions, accountability, AB 1083 achievement gap, SB 441
  • administrators—
    • training re homeless pupils, AB 951
  • adult education—
  • health and safety education, SB 173 attendance—
  • absences, confidential medical services: parent or guardian consent, SB 312 district of residence: open enrollment, SB 451
  • dropouts—
    • general educational development (ged) test: financial assistance, AB 684 4-day school week, SB 236
  • homeless pupils, residency requirements for, SB 177 unsafe schools, transfers from, AB 699
  • before- and after-school programs— career exploration, AB 547
  • nutrition and physical activities, SB 464 bullying—
  • coordinating center, bullying and peer abuse prevention, SB 231 cyberbullying, AB 256
  • discipline, disciplinary actions, etc., AB 1216 hotline, bullying and peer abuse prevention, SB 231
  • career technical education. See VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. charter schools—
  • arts programs: tax credits re grants, AB 943 attendance—
    • minimum age requirements, AB 1146 budget and financial reporting, AB 1086 conflict of interest policies, AB 913
  • early college, or middle college high schools: minutes of attendance, SB 379 establishment of charter schools—
    • annual limits re new schools, AB 656
    • countywide charter and statewide benefit charter schools, AB 656 internet postings, AB 622
    • operations, establishment, etc., AB 608 petitions, etc., AB 498, 622, 917; SB 302 safety plans, SB 49
    • supervisorial and oversight responsibilities, AB 445 facilities—
    • building code requirements, AB 1146
    • clean energy upgrade projects, clean energy jobs, etc., SB 39 funding, AB 948
    • sharing of facilities, disputes re: mediation, AB 1032 meetings, open, AB 913
  • pace program agreements: financing, AB 848 records: accessibility, AB 913
  • science, technology, engineering, and math literacy programs: tax credits re grants, AB 943 virtual or online charter schools, AB 377
  • child abuse, policy re reporting of, AB 1338 class size reduction programs, AB 558
  • communication services, advanced high-quality, AB 876 community day and county schools—
  • probation referrals, SB 744
  • supplemental instruction for high school exit examinations, SB 744 computers and technology—
  • education technology: funding, SB 505 generally, AB 1362
  • high-quality communication services, advanced, AB 876 online instruction, etc., SB 520
  • technology-based materials, equipment, etc., AB 144 continuation education classes and high schools, AB 570 counselors and counseling—
  • educational counseling programs, comprehensive, AB 1338 curriculum—
  • arts education, AB 943; ACR 12
  • college and career opportunities, SB 524
  • engineering: grants for qualified programs: tax credits, AB 943 health education –
    • mental health instruction, SB 330 history-social science—
    • american government and civics, SB 521 civics learning content, concepts, etc., AB 137
    • filipino
    • development of democracy, history and development of united states and state constitution, AB 424
    • americans to farm labor movement, contributions of, AB 123 personal finances, AB 166
    • violence awareness, SB 552 voter education, AB 700
  • language arts—
    • english learner development, AB 899; SB 344 foreign language instruction—
      • biliteracy, state seal of, AB 1016 generally, AB 137
    • standards, academic content, AB 899; SB 490 mathematics—
    • engineering and robotics, SB 518
    • literacy programs: grants for qualified programs: tax credits, AB 943 standards, academic content, SB 490
  • pathways curriculum task force, SB 524 physical education, AB 1279
  • science and technology—
    • engineering and robotics, SB 518
    • grants for qualified programs: tax credits, AB 943 discrimination and harassment policies, ACR 44
  • elementary and secondary education, state public, AB 977 employees—
  • bilingual education personnel, AB 970 certificated employees. See subheading, teachers. collective bargaining, SB 765
  • criminal background checks, etc., AB 349, 389 employment records, AB 1221
  • homeless pupils, training re, AB 951 mental health training, AB 1367 retirement benefits—
    • exclusions, etc., SB 215 postretirement death benefits, AB 507
  • superintendents: paid voluntary leaves of absence, AB 280 terminations, layoffs, etc., AB 375, 1221; SB 10, 531
  • facilities. See also subheading, property.
  • Advertising displays re nonclassroom facilities, AB 728
  • asbestos testing: air samples, SB 688 carbon monoxide devices, AB 56 construction, modernization, etc.—
    • capacity, increase in maximum school building, AB 41 funding, SB 243
    • high-performance schools, AB 1015 joint-occupancy lease agreements, AB 1015 locks, security, SB 316
    • natural disasters: expedited review and approval process, AB 1245 schoolsites, acquisition of, AB 1245
    • sustainable community strategies, AB 1179 volunteers, SB 687
  • energy efficiency retrofit or clean energy installation projects, AB 39, 239; SB 39, 64 evaluation, utilization, rehabilitation or replacement, etc., SB 45
  • expelled pupils programs, AB 1261
  • lease agreements, joint-occupancy, AB 1261 locks, security, SB 316
  • fairs and youth leadership activities, SB 512 financial support—
  • advanced placement examination fees, SB 421 apportionments and allowances—
    • adult education programs, SB 173, 174 average daily attendance—
      • basic aid school districts, SB 63
      • class size reduction programs, AB 558 computation, AB 368
      • control and accountability plans, local, SB 69 independent study, AB 342, 377
      • online instruction, SB 714 revenue limits, blended, SB 41
      • small schools, necessary, AB 348; SB 143 technology-based synchronous instruction, AB 342 truant pupils, habitual, AB 1066
    • average daily enrollment, transition to, AB 1066
    • categorical funding flexibility and accountability programs, SB 223 control funding formula, local, AB 88
    • english learners, supplemental funding for: master plan, SB 344 state apportionments, payment of, ACA 2
    • taxation—
      • revenue limits—
        • inflation adjustments, AB 200
  • audits, SB 49, 581, 584 bonds, AB 182; SB 685
  • categorical programs, AB 88, 200, 1186 control and accountability plans, AB 88 education technology, SB 505 grants—
    • common core implementation block grant, AB 1186 school safety block grant, AB 470
    • teacher credentialing block grant, AB 470 international baccalaureate examination fees, SB 421 rural schools, AJR 9
  • safe routes to school program, AB 1194
  • AB 626
  • school age families education program (cal-safe), california, AB 1152 supplemental counseling programs, AB 475
  • taxation—
    • parcel taxes, AB 59; SCA 3
    • redevelopment tax increment revenues, AB 1320 sales and use taxes: revenue allocations, AB 760
  • food services—
  • before- and after-school programs— nutrition standards, AB 626
  • cafeterias, AB 626; SB 302
  • equipment for kitchen or central food processing plants, lease or purchase of, AB 626 free and reduced-price meals, AB 88
  • fundraising events, regulations re, AB 626 poultry, plumped: prohibition, AB 682
  • school breakfast programs, national school lunch programs, etc., AB 626 trans fat, artificial: prohibition,
  • health—
  • automatic external defibrillators (aed), AB 939
  • epinephrine auto-injectors: emergency administration, SB 669 free or reduced-cost comprehensive health care coverage, AB 422 health education plans, SB 330
  • mental health intervention, prevention, etc., AB 174, 187, 760, 1264, 1367; SB 596 tobacco use intervention and cessation activities, AB 320
  • vision appraisal: binocular function, SB 430 high schools—
  • baccalaureate degree program, AB 51; SB 421 college—
    • community colleges: concurrent enrollment, SB 150 middle college high schools, SB 730
  • counselors and counseling—
    • supplemental counseling programs: high school exit examination, AB 475 exit examination, high school—
    • united states history and government, SB 512 veterans, retroactive diplomas for, SB 237
  • graduation requirements—
    • course of study, SB 421, 540 foster care, pupils in, AB 216
    • general educational development (ged) test, AB 684 job corps: united states congressional support, AJR 13
  • instructional materials—
  • american sign language reading and mathematics standards, adoption of, AB 455 braille reading and mathematics standards, adoption of, AB 455
  • digital copies, SB 682
  • language arts and english language development, instructional materials for, SB 201 publishers and manufacturers: digital format materials, AB 133; SB 185
  • science materials: revised curriculum framework and evaluation criteria, SB 300 libraries: statewide communications and delivery intranet, SB 331
  • linked learning programs, AB 815 neighborhood support services, AB 1178 open enrollment, SB 451
  • p-20 councils, regional, AB 646 parents and guardians—
  • empowerment, parent, SB 452
  • parent advisory council, statewide: migrant education program, AB 275 tax credits and deductions: education-related expenses, SB 693
  • pimping, pandering, etc., on or near school grounds, SB 473 private schools—
  • scholarships: tax credits re contributions, AB 943 property. See also subheading, facilities.
  • advisory committees, AB 136 sale, lease, etc., AB 136, 308 zoning ordinances, local, AB 728
  • pupils—
  • assessment, pupil, AB 484, 959 discipline, disciplinary actions, etc.—
    • bullying, AB 1216 cyberbullying, acts of, AB 256
    • expelled pupils programs, AB 1261 mental health evaluations, SB 561
    • probation referrals to county and community day schools, SB 744 synthetic cannabinoid compounds: possession, use, etc., SB 253 willful defiance, suspension re, AB 420
  • english learners—
    • academic content standards, AB 899 census, SB 542
    • educational opportunities, AB 970 English proficient, reclassified as, SB 542 instructional materials, SB 201 long-term english learners, SB 627 migrant education programs, AB 275
    • supplemental funding master plan, SB 344 homeless pupils—
    • directory information, release of, AB 1068 education services, rights re, AB 951
  • records, pupil—
    • achievement data, AB 1159
    • homeless pupils, information re, AB 1068 permitted access, AB 1068
  • resources re youth affected by gangs, gun violence, and psychological trauma, AB 514 student and youth bill of rights, ACR 30
  • unsafe schools, transfers from, AB 699 read across america day, ACR 10
  • rural schools, AJR 9 safety—
  • automatic external defibrillators (aed), AB 939 dangerous schools, identification of persistently, SB 605 drills and instruction, safety, SB 634
  • 18th assembly district: development of strategies for school safety, AB 514 firearms in school zones, prohibitions re, AB 1084
  • guidelines re roles and responsibilities of adults on school campus, AB 549 locks, security, SB 316
  • mental health and intervention professionals on school campus, AB 549 panic buttons, AB 1076
  • plans, school safety, AB 449, 470; SB 49
    • police officers on school campus, AB 549 school marshals, AB 202
    • school police officer dispatchers: work week hours, AB 226 tactical response plans, AB 1264
  • school choice week, SCR 3; SR 9 sex-segregated school programs, AB 1266 special education—
    • american sign language reading and mathematics standards, adoption of, AB 455 braille reading and mathematics standards, adoption of, AB 455
  • sports—
    • concussions, head injuries, etc., AB 588 sex-segregated school programs, AB 1266
  • teachers—
    • career technical education, AB 708 credentials—
      • foreign languages, AB 1016
      • limited-english-proficient pupils, authorization to provide services to, SB 521 professional preparation, development, etc., SB 5
      • special education, SB 368 visiting faculty permits, AB 1209
    • criminal background checks, etc., AB 349, 389 evaluations, assessments, etc., AB 135, 430, 1214; SB 453 induction programs, teacher, AB 470
    • investigations re child abuse, SB 160
    • leaves of absence, compulsory or optional, AB 357 loans, student: assumption program, SB 212
    • mental health training: identification of pupils with mental health issues, AB 1264 permanent employee status, AB 835
    • professional preparation, development, etc., AB 449, 1030; SB 590 tax credits and deductions—
      • classroom supplies, etc., SB 693
      • science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (stem) teachers, SB 413 termination, layoffs, etc., SB 10, 453, 531, 546, 559
    • training re homeless pupils, AB 951 tests and testing—
    • measurement of academic performance and progress for the 21st century, california, AB 484 private schools: standardized test materials, AB 928
    • pupil assessment programs— language arts, SB 247 mathematics, SB 247
    • standardized testing and reporting (star) program—
      • administration of assessments: temporary suspension, AB 484 design and implementation, testing, AB 947
      • grade 2 test, SB 247 tobacco-free campus policy, AB 320; SB 648 underperforming schools—
    • intervention petition provisions, AB 815; SB 452 volunteers—
    • prohibited persons, SB 565
    • school facility maintenance or improvement, AB 940; SB 687

Sex Crimes

  • minors, sex crimes committed against—
    • commercially sexually exploited minors: identification, treatment, etc., SB 114 damages, actions for recovery of: statute of limitations, SB 131
    • information, services, etc., access to, SB 528 lewd or dissolute conduct with a minor, SB 244 sentencing provisions, AB 579
  • offenders, sex—
    • school grounds, written permission to enter, SB 326

Short Titles

  • homeless youth education success act, SB 177 quality family child care act, AB 641
  • safe schools for safe learning act of 2013, AB 514 youth community incentives act of 2013, AB 915

Social Media

  • minors: address and phone number privacy, SB 501

Social Workers

  • child welfare social workers, county: whistleblower protections, etc., AB 921

Sports

  • youth organizations, programs, etc.: athletic personnel: criminal background checks, AB 465, 1027

Student Financial Aid

  • applicants—
    • renewing recipients, AB 1287
  • banks, mandatory student accounts with: prohibition, SB 595 cal grant program—
    • aawards, AB 1085, 1241 application due dates, AB 1241 award levels, maximum, AB 1318
    • bawards, AB 1085, 1241, 1285, 1364; SB 285 generally, AB 1318
    • glossary, financial aid: internet posting, AB 330 military personnel, veterans, etc., AB 303, 1093
    • postsecondary educational institution, nonpublic, AB 1318
    • reporting requirements: information re net price calculators, average student loan debt, etc., AB 330
  • community colleges, california, AB 606 debit, prepaid, etc., cards, AB 1162 debt, student loan, AB 233; AJR 11 deported parents, children of, SB 141
  • direct stafford loans, federal: interest rates, AJR 20
  • disbursements, financial aid: student choice of depository institutions, etc., SB 595 fraud, SB 229
  • general educational development (ged) test, AB 684 matching resources, SB 517
  • scholarships-
    • athletic, AB 475
    • dependents of 9/11 victims, SB 384

Contact:

Children's Advocacy Institute
5998 Alcalá Park
San Diego, CA 92110
Phone: (619) 260-4806
Fax: (619) 260-4753

Sacramento Office
800 J Street, Suite 504
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 444-5646