Arizona State Legislature
|Bill Title||High Schools; College Accessibility Awareness|
|Hispanic Sponsors||AZ Former Leader Eric Meyer (D-AZ-028); AZ Former Rep. Albert Hale (D-AZ-007); AZ Former Rep. Jonathan Larkin (D-AZ-030); AZ Rep. Diego Espinoza (D-AZ-019); AZ Rep. Mark Cardenas (D-AZ-019); AZ Rep. Reginald Bolding (D-AZ-027); AZ Rep. Richard Andrade (D-AZ-029); AZ Sen. Juan Mendez (D-AZ-026)|
|NHCSL Task Force||
|Primary Issue Area||Education|
Administrative law and government organization
|Session||52nd Legislature - 2nd Regular Session|
Official & Unofficial Title(s): High Schools; College Accessibility Awareness Bill/Law #: H.B. 2230 NHCSL Committee: Education NHCSL Sponsor(s): Jonathon Larkin State/Territory: Arizona Date: May Summary: Each high school would be required to start a college accessibility awareness campaign with college admission information as well as financial aid information for students. In grades nine, eleven, and twelve report cards will have a section that indicate the student's progress towards admission requirements.
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