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Brad Mayo

Mississippi House of Representatives

District _012
P. O. Box 1018
Room 400-F
Jackson, MS  39215-1018 

Home Phone: 662-234-8111
Office Phone: 601-359-2431

Email: bmayo@house.ms.gov
Web Site: http://billstatus.ls.state.ms.us/members/house/mayo.xml
 

Voted with The Parentsí Campaign position:
     *This session:  88%
     *Lifetime:  88 %

* Percent is based on only those votes on which The Parentsí Campaign took a position.


The following is a cumulative list of all recorded education votes for this legislator on which The Parentsí Campaign has taken a position. Click on a vote date below to see details for that vote. "PNV" in the How Voted column means "Present, but Not Voting."
 

 

Bill Issue Name Vote Description How
Voted
TPC's
Position
Vote
Date
SB 2737 Standards/Accountability School District Accreditation: Authorizes State Board of Education to withdraw a school district's accreditation for violation of accreditation standards, without a probationary period. Allows student transfers to an accredited district from a district whose accreditation has been withdrawn, with per pupil funding following the student. Authorizes State Board of Education, for school districts that are declared to be in a state of emergency for a second time, to establish a conservatorship or abolish the district and administratively consolidate it with one or more existing districts. Prohibits school board members and superintendents in office when state of emergency is declared from serving in that office after state of emergency no longer exists. Changes accreditation rating system from designations of Star, High Performing, Successful, Academic Watch, Low Performing, At Risk of Failing, and Failing to A, B, C, D, and F. Bill passed. Yeas: 92; Nays: 26; Present Not Voting: 4 Yea Yea 4/30/2012
SB 2313 Appointed Superintendents Requires the appointment, rather than election, of all local school superintendents by their local school boards beginning January 1, 2016. At the expiration of the term of any county superintendent of education elected in the November 2011 general election, the superintendent of said county will not be elected but will be subject to appointment by the local school board. Authorizes a referendum on retaining office of elected county superintendent of education pursuant to petition by registered voters prior to January 1, 2015. Amended to appoint a study commission on the effectiveness of appointed and elected superintendents. Bill passed. Yeas: 92; Nays: 27; Present Not Voting: 2; Absent: 1 Yea Yea 4/10/2012
SB 2792 Dropout Prevention Dual Enrollment - Dual Credit Work Skills Certificate Program: Authorizes students to dually enroll in high school and community college in a dual credit program consisting of high school completion courses and a work skills certificate program. Pilot in five school districts in 2012-2013 school year; statewide implementation in 2013-2014 school year. Amended in House to initiate statewide in 2012-2013 school year and to include career, technical, and degree program courses. Bill passed. Yeas: 121; Nays: 0; Absent or Not Voting: 1 Yea Yea 4/5/2012
HB 1593 Resources/Funding K-12 Education Appropriation for Fiscal Year 2013: Provides $27-million increase in MAEP funding above current year, of which $23-million is designated to cover increased cost of teacher retirement. Provides $4.7-million classroom supply funding above current year. Fully funds National Board Certification program and fully funds Chickasaw Cession payments. Bill passed. Yeas: 114; Nays: 7; Absent or Not Voting: 1 Yea Yea 3/22/2012
HB 1207 Standards/Accountability School District Accreditation: Authorizes State Board of Education to withdraw a school district's accreditation for violation of accreditation standards, without a probationary period. Allows parent or guardian to transfer to an accredited district any student from a district whose accreditation has been withdrawn, with per pupil funding following the student. Authorizes State Board of Education, for school districts that are declared to be in a state of emergency for a second time, to abolish the district and administratively consolidate it with one or more existing districts. Bill passed. Yeas: 104; Nays: 14; Present or Not Voting: 2; Absent: 2 Yea Yea 3/15/2012
HB 838 Resources/Funding Central School District Shared Services Office System: Requires each county to establish an implementation schedule for the establishment of a shared services office for procurement, purchasing, transportation, information technology services (exclusive of student or human resources data), child nutrition, and other administrative services. Two counties per congressional district will participate in pilot implementation in 2013-2014 school year. After pilot year, any school district may elect to participate, by majority vote of county board of supervisors and school board. Bill passed. Yeas: 92; Nays: 23; Present or Not Voting: 5; Absent: 2 Yea Yea 3/15/2012
HB 1101 Early Childhood Education Mississippi UPSTART Project: Creates home-based virtual learning program for preschoolers. Requires Mississippi Department of Education to provide computer equipment and free Internet service to qualifying families participating in the project. Provides no funding for MDE to meet that obligation. Aims to test the feasibility of scaling a statewide, home-based virtual learning program to prepare children for kindergarten, delivered by computers and the Internet to preschool children. Bill passed. Yeas: 106; Nays: 11; Present or Not Voting: 3; Absent: 2 Yea Nay 3/14/2012
HB 864 Dropout Prevention Mississippi Works Dual Enrollment - Dual Credit Option: Program for those who have dropped out of school or are at risk of dropping out. Pilot program in five school districts in 2012-2013 school year; statewide implementation beginning in 2013-2014 school year. Allows simultaneous enrollment in high school and community college to receive dual credit for high school completion courses and a work skills certificate program. Community college courses provided at no cost to students. Bill passed. Yeas: 117; Nays: 1; Absent or Not Voting: 4; held on a motion to reconsider. Yea Yea 3/8/2012

 
 
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