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  • The tech industry’s ability to grow depends on legislation that allows them to, so the KC Tech Council goes straight to the source.

    We work closely with legislators at the federal, state, and local level to advocate for policy that will cultivate a strong and progressive tech community. Advising legislators and thought leadership is part of our job, and we take it seriously.

    The KC Tech Council has spearheaded state and federal policy advocacy trips, where business and education leaders from the community have the opportunity to speak on policy that has a direct impact on workforce development.

    Read more about our state policy partners at Polsinelli, and our federal partners, CompTIA.

     
  • Track KCTC supported legislation:

  • CHANCE in Tech Act

    CHANCE in TECH Act Championing Apprenticeships for New Careers and Employees in Technology Act This bill requires the Department of Labor to enter into competitive contracts with industry intermediaries to promote the development of and access to apprenticeships in the technology sector. The Department of Education may issue CHANCE in TECH Awards for 21st Century Schools to secondary schools or junior or community colleges that demonstrate high achievement in providing students necessary skills to compete in the 21st century workforce.

    HB 3174

    SB 1518

  • HB 3

    On Tuesday, October 30th, Governor Mike Parson signed HB 3, a bill previously referred to as SB 894, that will expand computer science education standards in Missouri. This new legislation will allow computer science courses to fulfill a math or science graduation requirement. 

     

     

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