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S 1146 General Bill, By Setzler, Giese, Hayes, Lander, Leatherman, Leventis and J.V. Smith
Similar (H 4681)
    A Bill to enact the "South Carolina School-to-Work Transition Act of 1994" so as to establish a school-to-work system to equip all students with relevant academic skills, marketable occupational skills, and appropriate work-place behaviors, to accomplish the above through revisions in academic and vocational curriculum, establishment of career exploration and counseling initiatives, and a program of apprenticeships, mentorships, and work-place experiences, to provide that beginning with the 1995-96 school year and under certain conditions, completion of applied academic courses in mathematics, science, and communications skills shall fulfill high school course prerequisite requirements as equivalent to precollege curriculum requirements for applicants to four-year post-secondary institutions, to establish a committee to study and make recommendations concerning state tax credits for work-based programs, how to maximize government and private funding for education, and Workers' Compensation, insurance and liability issues relating to the school-to-work system; and to amend Section 41-13-20, relating to child labor, so as to provide that no child under the age of eighteen during the regular school year may work more than twenty hours a week and to provide exceptions.
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02/09/94Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-5
02/09/94Senate Referred to Committee on Education SJ-5
03/24/94Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Education SJ-22

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