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2020 House Bill 5912: Authorize Remote Public School Instruction Only in 2020-21 (as passed)

To waive the requirement that schools provide 1,098 hours of instruction in the 2021-22 school year, and waive the requirement that at least 75% of the students enrolled must be present a on a school day for the district to get state aid for that day. Instead, it appears that with some exceptions and ambiguities, schools would get funding during the declared coronavirus epidemic emergency if they “ensure” that at least 75% of the students who are enrolled for non-classroom instruction get at least one “two-way interaction” per month with one of their teachers, which could be an email, phone call or text message, or an actual face-to-face conversation. For purposes of tracking and public reporting, the standard is two teacher contacts per week.
School districts that choose not to provide in-person instruction would only be required to “provide pupil instruction...online, digitally, by other remote means, in a synchronous or asynchronous format” that “deliver the educational or course content that would have been delivered in 180 days and 1,098 hours”.

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Republican
891189%
6946%
3973%
58 total votes
Democrat
495149%
495149%
1991%
51 total votes

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IN FAVOR

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Brixie (D)Byrd (D)Cherry (D)Coleman (D)Ellison (D)
Greig (D)Haadsma (D)Hertel (D)Hoadley (D)Hood (D)
Jones (D)Kennedy (D)LaGrand (D)Lasinski (D)Liberati (D)
Neeley,C (D)Sabo (D)Shannon (D)Sneller (D)Sowerby (D)
Stone (D)Tate (D)Warren (D)Whitsett (D)Witwer (D)

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Afendoulis (R)Albert (R)Alexander (R)Allor (R)Bellino (R)
Berman (R)Bollin (R)Brann (R)Calley (R)Chatfield (R)
Cole (R)Crawford (R)Eisen (R)Farrington (R)Filler (R)
Frederick (R)Glenn (R)Green (R)Griffin (R)Hall (R)
Hauck (R)Hoitenga (R)Hornberger (R)Huizenga (R)Iden (R)
Inman (R)Kahle (R)LaFave (R)Leutheuser (R)LIghtner (R)
Lilly (R)Maddock (R)Markkanen (R)Meerman (R)Miller (R)
Mueller (R)O’Malley (R)Paquette (R)Rendon (R)Schroeder (R)
Sheppard (R)Slagh (R)VanSingel (R)VanWoerkom (R)Vaupel (R)
Wakeman (R)Webber (R)Wendzel (R)Wentworth (R)Whiteford (R)
Wozniak (R)Yaroch (R)   


AGAINST

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Anthony (D)Bolden (D)Cambensy (D)Camilleri (D)Carter,B (D)
Carter,T (D)Chirkun (D)Clemente (D)Garrett (D)Garza (D)
Gay-Dagnogo (D)Guerra (D)Hammoud (D)Hope (D)Johnson,C (D)
Koleszar (D)Kuppa (D)Love (D)Manoogian (D)Pagan (D)
Peterson (D)Pohutsky (D)Rabhi (D)Wittenberg (D)Yancey (D)

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Hernandez (R)Johnson,S (R)Lower (R)Reilly (R)


HOUSE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE

Elder (D)Howell (R)Marino (R)

HOUSE LEGISLATORS ORDERED BY NAME

Y    Afendoulis (R-73)Y    Albert (R-86)Y    Alexander (R-64)Y    Allor (R-106)
  n  Anthony (D-68)Y    Bellino (R-17)Y    Berman (R-39)  n  Bolden (D-35)
Y    Bollin (R-42)Y    Brann (R-77)Y    Brixie (D-69)Y    Byrd (D-3)
Y    Calley (R-87)  n  Cambensy (D-109)  n  Camilleri (D-23)  n  Carter,B (D-29)
  n  Carter,T (D-6)Y    Chatfield (R-107)Y    Cherry (D-49)  n  Chirkun (D-22)
  n  Clemente (D-14)Y    Cole (R-105)Y    Coleman (D-16)Y    Crawford (R-38)
Y    Eisen (R-81)  -  Elder (D-96)Y    Ellison (D-26)Y    Farrington (R-30)
Y    Filler (R-93)Y    Frederick (R-85)  n  Garrett (D-7)  n  Garza (D-12)
  n  Gay-Dagnogo (D-8)Y    Glenn (R-98)Y    Green (R-84)Y    Greig (D-37)
Y    Griffin (R-66)  n  Guerra (D-95)Y    Haadsma (D-62)Y    Hall (R-63)
  n  Hammoud (D-15)Y    Hauck (R-99)  n  Hernandez (R-83)Y    Hertel (D-18)
Y    Hoadley (D-60)Y    Hoitenga (R-102)Y    Hood (D-76)  n  Hope (D-67)
Y    Hornberger (R-32)  -  Howell (R-82)Y    Huizenga (R-74)Y    Iden (R-61)
Y    Inman (R-104)  n  Johnson,C (D-5)  n  Johnson,S (R-72)Y    Jones (D-11)
Y    Kahle (R-57)Y    Kennedy (D-48)  n  Koleszar (D-20)  n  Kuppa (D-41)
Y    LaFave (R-108)Y    LaGrand (D-75)Y    Lasinski (D-52)Y    Leutheuser (R-58)
Y    Liberati (D-13)Y    LIghtner (R-65)Y    Lilly (R-89)  n  Love (D-10)
  n  Lower (R-70)Y    Maddock (R-44)  n  Manoogian (D-40)  -  Marino (R-24)
Y    Markkanen (R-110)Y    Meerman (R-88)Y    Miller (R-59)Y    Mueller (R-51)
Y    Neeley,C (D-34)Y    O’Malley (R-101)  n  Pagan (D-21)Y    Paquette (R-78)
  n  Peterson (D-54)  n  Pohutsky (D-19)  n  Rabhi (D-53)  n  Reilly (R-46)
Y    Rendon (R-103)Y    Sabo (D-92)Y    Schroeder (R-43)Y    Shannon (D-25)
Y    Sheppard (R-56)Y    Slagh (R-90)Y    Sneller (D-50)Y    Sowerby (D-31)
Y    Stone (D-28)Y    Tate (D-2)Y    VanSingel (R-100)Y    VanWoerkom (R-91)
Y    Vaupel (R-47)Y    Wakeman (R-94)Y    Warren (D-55)Y    Webber (R-45)
Y    Wendzel (R-79)Y    Wentworth (R-97)Y    Whiteford (R-80)Y    Whitsett (D-9)
  n  Wittenberg (D-27)Y    Witwer (D-71)Y    Wozniak (R-36)  n  Yancey (D-1)
Y    Yaroch (R-33)   


House Roll Call 345 on 2020 House Bill 5912

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