HB 2671 relates to the definition of an agency for purposes of early learning programs. Current law includes schools, including boarding schools, that are engaged primarily in education, operate on a definite school year schedule, follow a stated curriculum, and accept only school age children as meeting the definition of the agency. The bill removes language regarding the acceptance of custody of children in its articulation of schools as an early learning agency.
HB 2671 was pulled in Rules and placed on the House floor calendar but did not come up for a vote and therefore is dead. The companion, SB 6371, was signed into law.