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David Brumbaugh's Education Legislation

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  • • Authored HB1989, which was approved by the Legislature and signed by Governor Fallin. It puts into place safeguards on both the collection and transfer of student data. Both USA Today and Education Weekly have brought attention to Brumbaugh’s efforts as they have expanded from Oklahoma and into other states. Brumbaugh sponsored the legislation after many began expressing concerns about Common Core standards and the potential for data sharing to take place unbeknownst to parents and students. Brumbaugh has been one of the Legislature’s foremost opponents of Common Core.
  • • Authored HB1491, requiring technology center school districts to provide an alternative education program.
  • • Authored HB1492, directing the State Department of Education to make costs available on its website, providing for greater transparency in education.
  • • Coauthored HB1493, the "Dollars to Classroom Act," requiring school districts to spend a minimum percentage of taxpayer dollars on direct institutional activities, getting resources directly to the teachers and children.
  • • Coauthored HB2644, the "School District Transparency Act Compliance Bill," holding the State Department of Education and school districts accountable to publish all income and expenditures on the Oklahoma Cost Accounting System for taxpayer transparency.
  • • Sponsored or supported the following education-related legislation:

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HB3130

Schools; relating to the Oklahoma Cost Accounting System; require certain reporting by school districts

HJR1125

Joint Resolution disapproving permanent rule of the State Board of Education; distribution

HB2443

Higher Education; establishing the University Center at Ponca City; effective Date; emergency

HB2679

Higher Education; modifying award amount for Eligible Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program

HB2512

Common education, requiring Legislature to present legislation allocating funds appropriated

HB2677

Schools; prohibiting state educational institutions from denying a religious student

HB2090

Career and technology education; providing for the application and division of the building fund

HB3112

Higher education; limiting payment of Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program awards

HB2689

Higher education; making students who are dependents of certain military personnel eligible

HB1551

Schools; creating the Scientific Education and Academic Freedom Act; effective date; emergency

HB1227

Higher education; changing the name of the Ardmore Higher Education Program to the

HB1456

Schools; directing the State Board of Education to prepare an annual report of school achievement

HB2114

Higher education; directing the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to submit a report

HB1663

Higher education; modifying eligibility requirements and parental income amount used to

HB1421

Higher education; Higher Learning Access Program; adding requirement to retain eligibility

HB1267

Education appropriations; noncodification; emergency

HB1854

Higher education; directing the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to adopt an equal

SB0435

Education Board; modifying appointments to the Board; emergency

SB0280

An act relating to online education; removing requirement for telephonic communication between

SB0002

Schools; directing State Board of Education to adopt cohort graduation rates; providing

SB0251

Act relating to higher education tuition; Armed Services Tuition Fairness Act; limiting tuition

HB1269

Schools; requiring all reading instruction in certain grades to include certain elements of instruction; effective date

HB1274

Schools; certification of teachers through subject area examinations; effective date

HB1374

Schools; directing the State Textbook Committee to extend certain textbook contracts for a certain time period

HB1461

Schools; modifying the School Bullying Prevention Act; effective date

HB1465

Schools; changing date for determining age for school attendance; allowing certain students to enroll if they are screened and determined to be ready; effective date

HB1550

Schools; providing for retention of certain third-grade students; effective date

HB1680

Schools; requiring school districts to report test results on high school transcripts; effective date

HB1744

Schools; modifying the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Student with Disabilities Program Act; effective date

HB1917

Schools; adding intervention as a service that schools can provide to certain students

HB1918

Schools; requiring the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation to offer certain teachers a professional development program in certain mathematics instruction; effective date

HB2244

Schools; modifying eligibility criteria for alternative placement teaching certification; effective date

HB2285

Schools; extending dates for certain teachers to complete certain examinations; effective date

HB2306

Schools; modifying and deleting certain school review, reporting and recording requirements; school board members; effective date

HB2341

Schools; changing certain dates relating to accreditation violation penalties and textbook adoption and allocations exemptions; effective date

HB2494

Schools; adding certain data to be used to determine a high school annual report card grade; effective date

HB2511

Schools; deleting limitation on approved reading screening instruments

HB2516

Schools; modifying the Reading Sufficiency Act; effective date

HB2641

Schools; family and societal issues on students; counseling currirulum; effective date

HB2644

Schools; requiring the State Department of Education to certify compliance with certain laws prior to allocating State Aid payments

HB2676

Schools; establishing the Oklahoma Bridge to Literacy Program

HB2679

Higher education; modifying award amount for Eligible Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program students

HB2684

Schools; modifying definition in the Larry Dickerson Education Flexible Bene

HB2700

Schools; permitting school nurses to administer Epinephrine injectors to students

HB2727

Schools; requiring school districts to adopt policy regarding maximum number of days certain substitute teachers may be employed for same assignment

HB2750

Schools; extending authority to remove indicidual from school activities and field trips

HB2790

Schools; modifying certification requirements for a superintendent of schools

HB3000

Schools; expanding prohibition from school board reelection for failure to complete continuing education requirements

HB3090

Schools; modifying the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Student with Disabilities Program Act

HB3113

Technology center school districts; relating to building a fund of technology center school districts, allowing additional uses of certain funds

HB3115

Schools; modifying calculation of the State Aid formula

HB3119

Schools; deleting provision for payment of severance allowance from the School Consolidation Assistance Fund

HB3130

Schools; relating to the Oklahoma Cost Accounting System; require certain reporting by school districts; requiring the State Department of Education to make certain code designations and descriptions public

SB0010

School employment; exempting certain persons from criminal history record checks

SB0059

School employment; providing certain exemptions to criminal history checks

SB0109

An act relating to school administration; requiring certain continuing education for administrators

SB0141

An act relating to school funding; modifying the weighted calculations for pupils enrolled in online courses

SB0206

An act relating to schools; creating the P-20 Council Task Force; noncodification

SB0251

An act relating to higher education tuition; Armed Services Tuition Fairness Act; limiting tuition charged to service members

SB0252

An act relating to school employment; requiring schools to reimburse cost of criminal history checks; modifying frequency of criminal history checks

SB0256

An act relating to charter schools; providing that charter schools are eligible for government lease rates

SB0260

Schools; extending requirement to provide full-day kindergarten by two years

SB0264

An act relating to education; creating the Allowing Local Administrators More Options Act; providing procedure for exempting school districts from certain statutory requirements

SB0275

An act relating to school funding; allowing interlocal cooperatives to receive federal grant money

SB0278

Charter Schools; criteria for sponsorship by State Board of Education

SB0346

An act relating to school assessment; relating to the Reading Sufficiency Act; providing for retention; prohibiting social promotions

SB0445

An act relating to charter schools; allowing charter schools to accept emergency transfers

SB0536

An act relating to school administration; creating the Task Force on Creating Administrative Efficiencies; stating duties; providing for membership; requiring report of findings and recommendations

SB0664

An act relating to school administration; modifying certain percentages in foundation aid

SB0969

Income tax; creating the Oklahoma Equal Opportunity Education Scholarship Act; providing for income tax credit for donations to scholarship-granting organization

SB1056

Technology center schools; allow certain programs to increase the number of students seeking industry certification

SB1119

Schools; requiring school districts to inform parents of students with certain impairments of the resources available; directing schools to make certain resources available to certain staff members; directing Commission for Rehabilitation Services to adopt certain rules

SB1182

Technology center school districts; allowing building fund to be used for additional purposes

SB1228

Schools; eliminating electronic student transfer report requirement

SB1443

School mandates; prohibiting the withdrawal or denial of accreditation for failure to comply with certain standards; allowing schools to not comply with certain education mandates

SB1565

Schools; establishing dyslexia teacher training pilot program; requiring State Regents to promulgate rules

SB1624

Higher education; directing the State Regents to adopt a policy allowing Oklahoma high school graduates to be eligible for in-state tuition

SB1796

Schools; allowing school district treasurers to invest in obligations of the state

SB1816

Schools; creating the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board; powers and duties of the board

SB1820

Schools; modifying how online pupils are weighted for calculation of aid

SB1865

Private vocational schools; deleting requirement for legislative authorization

David Brumbaugh
Representative David Brumbaugh

David Brumbaugh, Chairman of the House Majority Caucus, owns DRB Industries in Broken Arrow Oklahoma, a community he has served as State Representative since 2010. His columns are frequently published in publications such as the Tulsa Beacon.


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