Bill Tracker

Our Bill Tracker enables you to browse key legislation aimed at improving the lives of America's children. To search for a particular House or Senate Bill, enter the bill number, title, or description.

Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act of 2011 (HR.965)

Protects children from antibiotic-resistant bacteria by limiting the use of antibiotics to treat animals, and instead reserving their use for humans.

Related Bill
Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act of 2011 (S.1211-112)

Educational Success for Children without Homes Act (HR.1253)

Provides an amendment to subtitle B of title VII of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act and increases education opportunities for homeless youth through some, but not limited to the following measures: the creation of a Federal Office of the Coordinator for Education of Homeless Children and Youths, maintains privacy measures for a homeless youth’s living situation, enroll homeless youth regardless of enrollment deadlines or fees, permit previous school credits to transfer from one school to another, and ensure that all homeless youth are ascribed to the same student achievement standards and are able to participate in all school activities and classes...

Student Bill of Rights (HR.1295)

To evaluate State public school systems annually to determine if schools are equipping students with opportunities intended to develop citizenship skills, strengthen academic achievement and rigor, and prepare students to be globally competitive to meet the demands of a 21st century education...

Every Student Counts Act (HR.1419)

This bill amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 with the purpose of revising the methods and approaches in which schools calculate, report and are held responsible for secondary school graduation rates.

Family and Medical Leave Enhancement Act of 2011 (HR.1440)

This bill would amend the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 and title 5, United States Code, for the purpose of granting employees added leave, 24 hours in a 12-month period or 4 hours during any 30-day period, to spend on routine family medical needs, parental involvement to participate in or attend activities for their children’s and grandchildren’s school and extracurricular activities, or to care for elder family members...

Success in the Middle Act (HR.1547)

Aims to develop successful middle school models, best practices and curricula for middle school grades to ensure students receive an academically rigorous education that prepares them for secondary and post secondary schooling, and includes ways to sharpen current State and district policies regarding middle school improvement plans through the development of a research and development center...

SUCCEED Act of 2011 (HR.1617)

Allows new American citizens to participate in English literacy, U.S. history and civic education programs, with the intention, that through their participation they will be able to integrate and ultimately strengthen communities...

TIME Act (HR.1636)

To establish grants to be given to high-need schools that serve a significant number of low-income students from low-income families, to improve and expand learning time initiatives, connect high-need schools with community organizations, partner with other public or non-profit groups, and renovate existing educational programs ...

Safe Schools Improvement Act (HR.1648)

This bill amends the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 and addresses the necessary measures to prevent bullying and harassment in schools by requiring states to collect and report incidents, conduct a needs assessment for prevention programs, and supply technical assistance...