House of Representatives  State of Utah

P.O. BOX 145030 • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5030 • (801)538-1029


TO:Members of the House Education Standing Committee
Rep. Val L. Peterson, Chair
Rep. Kim F. Coleman, Vice Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Thursday, February 8, 2018
TIME:3:40 PM
PLACE:30 House Building

- Call to order and approval of minutes of the February 5, 2018, meeting.

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0233Teacher Salary Supplement Revisions   (V. Potter)
2. HB0289Public Education Exit Survey   (C. Moss)
3. HB0297School Turnaround and Leadership Amendments   (B. R. Cutler)
4. HB0300Higher Education Governance Amendments   (B. Last)
5. HB0306State Board of Education Revisions   (V. Peterson)
6. SCR003Concurrent Resolution on the Importance of Civil Liberties for Students   (J. Dabakis)


Rep. Val L. Peterson, Chair
Rep. Kim F. Coleman, Vice Chair

Rep. LaVar ChristensenRep. Bruce R. CutlerRep. Francis D. Gibson
Rep. Eric K. HutchingsRep. Bradley G. LastRep. Daniel McCay
Rep. Carol Spackman MossRep. Michael E. NoelRep. Derrin R. Owens
Rep. Marie H. PoulsonRep. V. Lowry Snow

Committee Analyst: Allyson R. Goldstein, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Wendy Hill

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