NYS Senate 

S5932-2013: Relates to the release of personally identifiable student informationSponsor: ROBACH

S5930-2013 Relates to the release of personally identifiable informationSponsor: MARTINS

S5252-2013: Relates to computer-based assessment technology apportionmentSponsor: FLANAGAN

S5540-2013: Relates to truth in testing for the common coreSponsor: LAVALLE

S4284-2013: Relates to the release of personally identifiable student informationSponsor: GRISANTI

S5043-2013: Relates to the effect of mandates on school districtsSponsor: GRISANTI

S4764-2013: Relates to standardized testing for grades kindergarten through grade twoSponsor: GIPSON

S5355-2013: Enacts the “K12 student privacy and cloud computing act”Sponsor: MAZIARZ

S2464-2013: Requires elementary schools to report the results of English/language arts and mathematics assessments to parents of pupils by the last day of classesSponsor: LANZA

S1581-2013: Relates to notification of parents when student directory personal contact information is released to third parties; provides an opportunity to opt-outSponsor: PARKER

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NYS Assembly

A07994-2013: Relates to the common core state standards initiative and the race to the top program.Sponsor: Graf

A7872-2013: Relates to the release of personally identifiable student informationSponsor: Nolan

A7442-2013: Relates to truth in testing for the common coreSponsor: Nolan

A6059-2013: Relates to the release of personally identifiable student informationSponsor: O’Donnell

A6593-2013: Relates to standardized testing for grades kindergarten through grade twoSponsor: Nolan

A7701-2013: Relates to the effect of mandates on school districtsSponsor: Walter

A7243-2013: Enacts the “K12 student privacy and cloud computing act”Sponsor: Simotas

A5271-2013: Requires elementary schools to report the results of English/language arts and mathematics assessments to parents of pupils by the last day of classesSponsor: Cusick

A6854-2013: Provides that information as to a student shall not be released by the state or city university of New York or an alumni association thereof without the student’s written consentSponsor:Boyland

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