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SCR 4012 63rd ND Legislative Session

SCR 4012 63rd ND Legislative Session

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SCR 4012 63rd ND Legislative Session
SCR 4012 63rd ND Legislative Session

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13.3080.01000Sixty-thirdLegislative Assemblyof North DakotaIntroduced bySenators Anderson, Carlisle, Kilzer, SitteRepresentatives Laning, Rust A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to study state alternatives to thestatutory and regulatory requirements placed on North Dakota schools and school districts bythe United States Department of Education, determine whether there are viable options toachieve the federal government's goals without having the federal government's oversight andinvolvement, and determine whether the federal fiscal impact is a significant and necessaryfactor in assenting to the continuance of federal government involvement in this state'seducational process.
WHEREAS
, the original Department of Education was created in 1867 to collect informationon schools and teaching that would help the states establish effective school systems; and
WHEREAS
, in 1980, Congress established the United States Department of Education as acabinet-level agency; and
WHEREAS
, today, the United States Department of Education operates programs thattouch on every area and level of education; and
WHEREAS
, the United States Department of Education touts its leadership role inpromoting student achievement and preparing students for global competitiveness by fosteringeducational excellence and ensuring equal access; and
WHEREAS
, since 1965, the federal government has expended $2 trillion on educationprograms and since 1970, in real inflation-adjusted dollars, federal spending per student hasnearly tripled; and
WHEREAS
, in nearly half a century, federal education policy has resulted in anachievement level that has barely budged; and
WHEREAS
, North Dakota parents, teachers, school administrators, personnel at theDepartment of Public Instruction, legislators, the Governor, representatives of our institutions of higher education, and other highly educated and successful residents of this state arewell-positioned to identify and meet the needs of all North Dakota students;Page No. 113.3080.01000
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 4012 
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