Status Summary

First reading, referred to Education on 1.16.19
Public hearing in the House Committee on Education on 2.14.19 at 8:00 a.m.
Executive action taken in the House Committee on Education on 2.19.19; 1st substitute bill passed. Referred to Appropriations on 2.22.19.
As of mid-March 2019, the bill is dead. However, it could “come back’ during the 2019 session as an amendment on another bill or other mechanisms, or next year (since bills technically stay alive for the full 2019-20 biennium).

(updated 1.9.20)

Legislative Session



In Progress



This bill proposes the creation of an expanded learning opportunity program administered by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction in order to close opportunity gaps for students. 

Demonstration projects would be created within selected school districts for a period of five years to remedy summer learning loss and provide more time for instruction and/or enrichment opportunities.

Clarifies appropriations from the general fund to support the purposes of this act, as well as for staff to support the Office of the Superintendent.

*Companion to SB 5188*