Legislative Bill Analysis

Updated: 12/11/2020
Legislative Bill Analysis
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Legislative Branch Lesson Plans

The Legislative Branch

Lesson Plans by Matt Campbell

When the Founding Fathers established the American government, they made a system of checks and balances so no one part of the government would have too much power. One of these, the Legislative Branch, was created to make laws, that the other two branches would enforce and judge.


The Legislative Branch

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Legislative Bill Analysis - The Legislative Branch

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  • Title of Bill and Number
  • Problem Your Bill is Addressing
  • Read Chapter 3 "Bacteria"Pages 33-52
  • Hmm... not enough supplies for everyone.
  • H. R. 1020 : STEM Education Act of 2015
  • Description of Your Bill
  • Legislative Bill Analysis
  • This bill aims to "improve the design and testing of innovative STEM learning models, programs, and resources for informal learning environments to improve STEM learning outcomes and increase engagement for K–12 students, K–12 teachers, and the general public, including design and testing of the scalability of models, programs, and other resources. "
  • Should it Be Passed?
  • Should Congress Pass this Bill?
  • H.R 1020: Stem Education Act
  • Yes
  • "To define STEM education to include computer science, and to support existing STEM education programs at the National Science Foundation. This bill will reward numerous grants for the further research and implementation of STEM programs."
  • Image Attributions:A Touch of Science (https://www.flickr.com/photos/mars_p/4257968097/) - Mars P. - License: Attribution (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)Salmonella Bacteria (https://www.flickr.com/photos/niaid/5613656967/) - NIAID - License: Attribution (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)
  • I believe the STEM Education Act of 2015 should be passed, in order to expand the educational experience and outcomes for students and teachers throughout America.