What’s On the Books
June 07, 2011 07:59 pm
- On Monday, the Connecticut House passed legislation requiring school principals to give parents and guardians a heads-up if their student is in danger of flunking a course. Under the bill, which passed 95-49, principals would notify parents of students in grades six through 12, in writing or electronically, of a possible failing grade at the middle of the marking period or at least six weeks before the grade is final. –The Connecticut Post
- The Oregon Senate gave final approval today to House Bill 3197, which requires school districts notify parents before the end of the school day when a child is absent.