February 18, 2014 - Agenda

Gary Chartrand, Chair
John R. Padget, Vice Chair
Ada G. Armas
John A. Colon
Rebecca Fishman Lipsey
Andy Tuck

Ronald Blocker Educational Leadership Center
445 West Amelia Street
Orlando, Fl

February 18, 2014

8:30 a.m. Call to Order Chair Gary Chartrand
Pledge of Allegiance
Member Comments
Commissioner's Report (PDF, 19KB)
  • Recognize 2014 Principal Achievement Award Winner Dr. Barbara Shirley, Alta Vista Elementary School , Sarasota County; and 2014 Assistant Principal Achievement Award Winner Jeannie Inagawa, Cracker Trail Elementary School, Highlands County
  • Florida TaxWatch Elite Principal Award honorees: Miami Dade County - Tangela Goa, Van E. Blanton Elementary School; Dr. Linda Amica-Roberts, Coconut Palm K-8 Academy; Anna Hernandez, M.A. Milam K-8 Center; Guillermo Munoz, Westland Hialeah Senior High School; and Dr. Verena Cabrera, Hialeah High School
Commissioner Pam Stewart
  1. Florida College System - President Jim Henningsen, on behalf of the Council of Presidents (PDF, 105KB)
  2. K-12 Public Schools - Superintendent Jenkins on behalf of the Florida Association of District School Superintendents (PDF, 21KB)
Action Items
  1. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09401, Student Performance Standards (PDF, 3MB)
  2. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09412, Course Requirements Grades K-12 Basic and Adult Secondary Programs (PDF, 36KB)
  3. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09414, Course Requirements Grades PK-12 Exceptional Student Education (PDF, 32KB)
  4. Approval of New Rule 6A-1.0016, Application for and Issuance and Revocation of Master School Identification Numbers (PDF, 254KB)
  5. Approval of Amendments to Rules Relating to Exceptional Student Education: (PDF, 316KB)
    • 6A-6.03028, Provision of Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) and Development of Individual Educational Plans for Students with Disabilities
    • 6A-6.0331, General Education Intervention Procedures, Identification, Evaluation, Reevaluation and the Initial Provision of Exceptional Education Services
    • 6A-6.03311, Procedural Safeguards and Due Process Procedures for Parents and Students with Disabilities
  6. Approval of Request from Eastern Florida State College for a BAS in Applied Health Sciences (PDF, 3MB)
  7. Renaissance Charter School, Inc., and Renaissance Charter School at Seminole vs. School Board of Seminole County (PDF, 519KB)
  8. Renaissance Charter School, Inc., and Renaissance Charter School A vs. School Board of Orange County (PDF, 468KB)
  9. Renaissance Charter School, Inc., and Renaissance Charter School B vs. School Board of Orange County (PDF, 469KB)
  10. Renaissance Charter School, Inc., and Renaissance Charter School C vs. School Board of Orange County (PDF, 470KB)
  11. Golden Gate Scientific Leadership Academy, Inc. vs. School Board of Polk County (PDF, 659KB)
Policy Issue for Concurrence
Consent Items
  1. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09441, Requirements for Programs and Courses Which are Funded Through the Florida Education Finance Program and for Which the Student May Earn Credit Toward High School Graduation (PDF, 2MB) Amended
  2. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.09941, State Uniform Transfer of High School Credits (PDF, 37KB)
  3. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-1.0995, Form of High School Diplomas and Certification of Completion (PDF, 39KB)
  4. Approval of Amendment to Rule 6A-6.0253, Diabetes Management (PDF, 1MB)
  5. Approval of Repeal of Rules Relating to Educator Quality: (PDF, 67KB)
    • 6A-10.090, General
    • 6A-10.091, Definitions
    • 6A-10.092, Administrative and Supervisory Requirements
    • 6A-10.093, Analysis of Individual Needs and Potential
    • 6A-10.094, Instructional Procedures
    • 6A-10.095, Communication Skills
    • 6A-10.096, Management Techniques
    • 6A-10.097, Competence in Specialization
    • 6A-10.098, Evaluation of Learning and Goal Achievement
    • 6A-10.099, Human and Interpersonal Relationships
    • 6A-10.0991, Personal Requirements
  6. Adoption of Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of Not Exceeding $130,000,000 State of Florida, Full Faith and Credit, State Board of Education Public Education Capital Outlay (PECO) Refunding Bonds, 2014 Series (to be determined) (PDF, 187KB)
Concluding Remarks Chair Gary Chartrand