HB 448: Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission; require certain postsecondary institutions to qualify for exemptions; provisionsVoted on Friday March 3, 2017
John Pezold's thoughts
HB 448 allows the Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission (NPEC) to create policies to exempt postsecondary institutions. The bill also excludes non-public law schools accredited by the American Bar Association when NPEC is designated as the recipient of complaints.
The bill lowers them board member number from 15 to 10 and alters the composition of the Tuition Guaranty Trust Fund to include at least two members of postsecondary institutions instead of just one.
The table below breaks down the total number of votes, and marks the majority vote.
|Did not vote||4||2.2%|