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2011 - 2012 LEGISLATURE
SENATE AMENDMENT 3,
TO 2011 SENATE BILL 86
October 27, 2011 - Offered by Senators Taylor, Holperin, Miller, Lassa and
Hansen.
SB86-SA3,1,11 At the locations indicated, amend the bill as follows:
SB86-SA3,1,7 21. Page 1, line 3: delete that line and substitute "unpardoned felon and
3requiring teachers and administrators employed by and owners of private schools
4participating in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program and in the choice program
5for other eligible school districts to be subject to the background investigation
6requirements and employment restrictions imposed upon teachers in public
7schools.".
SB86-SA3,1,8 82. Page 2, line 16: after that line insert:
SB86-SA3,1,9 9" Section 2m. 118.60 (7) (h) of the statutes is created to read:
SB86-SA3,2,610 118.60 (7) (h) 1. Annually, by August 1, the state superintendent shall, with the
11assistance of the department of justice, ensure that each teacher and administrator
12employed by a participating private school is subject to the same background
13investigation and, if a reasonable basis for further investigation exists,

1fingerprinting, as is conducted with respect to an applicant for issuance or renewal
2of a license or permit as specified in s. 118.19 (10) (b) 1. and (c). A participating
3private school may not employ a person as a teacher or administrator or contract with
4the person to serve as a teacher or administrator if the person would not be eligible
5to be employed, licensed, or permitted for any of the reasons specified under s. 115.31
6or 115.315.
SB86-SA3,2,117 2. Annually, by August 1, the state superintendent shall, with the assistance
8of the department of justice, ensure that each owner of a participating private school
9is subject to the same background investigation and, if a reasonable basis for further
10investigation exists, fingerprinting, as is conducted for each teacher and
11administrator employed by the participating private school under subd. 1.
SB86-SA3,2,1412 3. The state superintendent shall charge the participating private school a fee
13sufficient to reimburse the department for the costs of the investigations required
14under this paragraph.
SB86-SA3, s. 3m 15Section 3m. 118.60 (10) (a) 8. of the statutes is created to read:
SB86-SA3,2,1716 118.60 (10) (a) 8. Failed to pay the fee charged to the private school under sub.
17(7) (h) 3.
SB86-SA3, s. 4m 18Section 4m. 118.60 (10) (bm) of the statutes is created to read:
SB86-SA3,2,2319 118.60 (10) (bm) The state superintendent may issue an order immediately
20terminating a private school's participation in the program under this section if he
21or she determines that the owner of the private school would not be eligible or
22permitted to be employed, licensed, or permitted for any of the reasons specified
23under s. 115.31 or 115.315.
SB86-SA3, s. 5m 24Section 5m. 118.60 (10) (c) of the statutes, as created by 2011 Wisconsin Act
2532
, is amended to read:
SB86-SA3,3,3
1118.60 (10) (c) Whenever the state superintendent issues an order under par.
2(a), (am), or (b), or (bm), he or she shall immediately notify the parent or guardian
3of each pupil attending the private school under this section.
SB86-SA3, s. 6m 4Section 6m. 119.23 (7) (h) of the statutes is created to read:
SB86-SA3,3,145 119.23 (7) (h) 1. Annually, by August 1, the state superintendent shall, with the
6assistance of the department of justice, ensure that each teacher and administrator
7employed by a participating private school is subject to the same background
8investigation and, if a reasonable basis for further investigation exists,
9fingerprinting, as is conducted with respect to an applicant for issuance or renewal
10of a license or permit as specified in s. 118.19 (10) (b) 1. and (c). A participating
11private school may not employ a person as a teacher or administrator or contract with
12the person to serve as a teacher or administrator if the person would not be eligible
13to be employed, licensed, or permitted for any of the reasons specified under s. 115.31
14or 115.315.
SB86-SA3,3,1915 2. Annually, by August 1, the state superintendent shall, with the assistance
16of the department of justice, ensure that each owner of a participating private school
17is subject to the same background investigation and, if a reasonable basis for further
18investigation exists, fingerprinting, as is conducted for each teacher and
19administrator employed by the participating private school under subd. 1.
SB86-SA3,3,2220 3. The state superintendent shall charge the participating private school a fee
21sufficient to reimburse the department for the costs of the investigations required
22under this paragraph.
SB86-SA3, s. 7m 23Section 7m. 119.23 (10) (a) 8. of the statutes is created to read:
SB86-SA3,3,2524 119.23 (10) (a) 8. Failed to pay the fee charged to the private school under sub.
25(7) (h) 3.
SB86-SA3, s. 8m
1Section 8m. 119.23 (10) (bm) of the statutes is created to read:
SB86-SA3,4,62 119.23 (10) (bm) The state superintendent may issue an order immediately
3terminating a private school's participation in the program under this section if he
4or she determines that the owner of the private school would not be eligible or
5permitted to be employed, licensed, or permitted for any of the reasons specified
6under s. 115.31 or 115.315.
SB86-SA3, s. 9m 7Section 9m. 119.23 (10) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB86-SA3,4,108 119.23 (10) (c) Whenever the state superintendent issues an order under par.
9(a), (am), or (b), or (bm), he or she shall immediately notify the parent or guardian
10of each pupil attending the private school under this section.".
SB86-SA3,4,1111 (End)
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