Existing law does not require any specific ethics training for persons serving on boards governing institutions of higher education within the State of Alabama
This bill would require currently serving and future members of governing boards to complete mandatory state ethics law training
This bill would also require institutions of higher education within the state that receive state appropriations or receive on behalf of and to the credit of students benefiting from state-funded awards and grants, either directly or indirectly, to develop an ethics compliance form to be completed annually by board members
Relating to institutions of higher education; to require currently serving and future members of governing boards to complete mandatory state ethics law training; and to provide for the adoption by each board of an ethics compliance form to be completed annually by board members.
|August 3, 2015||H||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Education Policy|
|Hearing||August 7, 2015||Room 418 at 19:00||House EP Hearing|
|Hearing||August 6, 2015||Room 418 at 19:00||House EP Hearing|
|Bill Text||HB36 Alabama 2015 1st Special Session - Introduced|