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SB 284Increasing access to career education and workforce training01/31/18
SB 507Establishing Katherine Johnson Academy as magnet school programs at WV colleges and universities02/28/18
SB 573Relating generally to school calendars02/27/18
HB 2014Allowing parents or the school to serve sweets during the holidays if the school receives parental or guardian consent01/10/18
HB 2015Establishing seniority rights for public employees01/10/18
HB 2031Eliminating requirements that state provide for professional training and development of teachers01/10/18
HB 2046Requiring county boards of education to provide released time for professional educators and service personnel when serving in an elected municipal or county office01/10/18
HB 2056Providing for the use of neck braces by football players01/10/18
HB 2073Making available elective courses on the history of the old and new testaments of the bible01/10/18
HB 2075Providing the Auditor with greater oversight of advance allowance accounts01/10/18
HB 2093Exempting personal income earned by individuals working as teachers at primary and secondary schools from personal income tax01/10/18
HB 2094Home Instruction Tax Relief Act01/10/18
HB 2104Requiring that public schools provide facilities for students of all faiths and religions to have a place of fellowship, prayer and worship01/10/18
HB 2108Requiring school bus aides, who are trained in preventing bullying and providing a safe environment for students while being transported on a school bus, to be present on school buses01/10/18
HB 2117Removing the requirement that home schooled students have to acquire a general equivalency degree (GED) in order to qualify for the promise scholarship01/10/18
HB 2123Making the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind eligible to participate in any and all funding administered or distributed by the West Virginia School Building Authority01/10/18
HB 2142Providing a salary increase for special education teachers01/10/18
HB 2144Relating to relocation or closure of state higher education institutions01/10/18
HB 2148Providing taxpayers repaying their own student loans a modification reducing federal adjusted gross in the amount of the interest paid01/10/18
HB 2157Relating to school calendar01/10/18
HB 2166Requiring county boards of education to employ a certified library media specialist in each county school01/10/18
HB 2172Providing that school nutrition plans include take home meals for low income students01/10/18
HB 2174Granting all public employees, all teachers, all service employees, all public employee retirees, all teacher retirees and all service employee retirees a $1,000 per year permanent pay increase01/10/18
HB 2191Relating to educational benefits for dependents of deceased or disabled veterans01/10/18
HB 2194Reducing personnel employed by the West Virginia Department of Education01/10/18
HB 2198Redirecting certain funds of the West Virginia Department of Education01/10/18
HB 2210Increasing pay to teachers and service personnel01/10/18
HB 2211Increasing salaries for teachers02/02/18
HB 2213Relating to compulsory school attendance01/10/18
HB 2214West Virginia Educational Restoration Act01/10/18
HB 2309Discontinuing the use of common core standards and assessments in the state01/10/18
HB 2334Relating to school curricular standards and assessments01/10/18
HB 2335Protecting academic freedom in higher education01/10/18
HB 2336Reducing the number of pupils per school nurses01/10/18
HB 2368Relating to candidates for professional employee positions involving supervision of a county transportation department01/10/18
HB 2374Requiring schools post signs displaying the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline01/10/18
HB 2378Providing school days to register and transport students to vote01/10/18
HB 2403Permitting county boards of education to accumulate instructional days and use them when needed01/10/18
HB 2429Granting tax credits for parents and legal guardians whose children are in a home schooling program or private school01/10/18
HB 2436Suspending the implementation of the school aid formula until the year 202101/10/18
HB 2443Establishing academic standards and assessment methods01/10/18
HB 2462Relating to the compensation of personnel employed at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind01/10/18
HB 2524Improving the focus on school-level continuous improvement processes01/10/18
HB 2543Preventing the State Board of Education from implementing common core academic standards and assessments01/10/18
HB 2557Relating to tuition and fees at community and technical colleges01/10/18
HB 2571Developing a resource for use by parents to monitor and track deaf and hard-of-hearing children’s expressive and receptive language acquisition01/10/18
HB 2572Providing for the authorization and oversight of public charter schools01/10/18
HB 2633Requiring state institutions of higher education to conduct Phase 3 clinical research studies for any cancer treatment01/10/18
HB 2695Creating a pilot program for expansion of school-based mental health and school-based diversion01/10/18
HB 2713Permitting the carrying of concealed weapons on the campus of a state institution of higher education01/10/18
HB 2714Permitting a firearm or other deadly weapon on or in a private primary or secondary education building, structure or facility01/10/18
HB 2742School Consolidation Task Force01/10/18
HB 2756Making Promise scholarships available for students pursuing certificates or degrees through an accredited community and technical college01/10/18
HB 2761Relating to qualifications of paraprofessionals, autism mentors and braille or sign support specialists01/10/18
HB 2787Creating an additional class of special education classroom aides01/10/18
HB 2795Clarifying a director of a multicounty vocational technical school is a principal01/10/18
HB 2818Prohibiting West Virginia institutions of higher learning and state agencies from discriminating against graduates of private, nonpublic or home schools by requiring them to submit to alternative testing01/10/18
HB 2825Requiring state institutions of higher education adopt policies concerning sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking01/10/18
HB 2849Providing that the compensation level of the Chancellor for Higher Education may be no more than the salary of the Governor01/10/18
HB 2853Relating to more equitable disbursement of funds to county boards01/10/18
HB 2858Creating a loan tuition forgiveness program to encourage students in selected and necessary fields to remain in the state01/10/18
HB 2862Establishing the “Stay in State” tax credit01/10/18
HB 2885Relating to designation of social workers in the Department of Health and Human Services01/10/18
HB 2902Requiring county school boards to provide adequate mental health and counseling services01/10/18
HB 2926Relating to the comprehensive statewide student assessment01/10/18
HB 2974Relating to public school education in dating violence, domestic abuse and sexual violence prevention01/10/18
HB 2997Relating generally to applied associate of science degrees that target workforce needs01/10/18
HB 3001Abolishing the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission01/10/18
HB 3006Exempting certain contracts between the Department of Health and Human Resources and West Virginia University, Marshall University or the School for Osteopathic Medicine from state purchasing requirements01/10/18
HB 3008Relating to eliminating county school systems and creating ten school districts01/10/18
HB 3023Relating to public school education assessment of students for dyslexia and dyscalculia01/10/18
HB 3031Creating a state program allowing high school students advance to getting a college degree or technical training while in high school01/10/18
HB 3036Allowing county boards of education to hire retired teachers01/10/18
HB 3056Relating to Promise scholarship program requirements for home schooled students01/10/18
HB 4007Allowing home-schooled students to participate in secondary school extracurricular activities01/12/18
HB 4008Education Savings Account Act01/12/18
HB 4037Expiring the PROMISE Scholarship Program, and establishing the Promise for All Scholarship Program01/12/18
HB 4139Specifying the conditions where and by whom it is unlawful to possess a firearm at school-sponsored functions01/16/18
HB 4203Campus Free Speech Act01/19/18
HB 4206Revising pupil to teacher ratio for elementary schools01/19/18
HB 4211Increasing penalties for public school employees that embezzle public funds01/19/18
HB 4216Revising the order in which qualified applicants are considered for service personnel employment by county boards of education01/19/18
HB 4225Eliminating the written consent requirement for relegating any condition of employment for service personnel01/19/18
HB 4226Eliminating the competency testing requirement for school service personnel01/19/18
HB 4231Eliminating the requirement to pay service personnel for at least a full day of work when he or she has worked more than three and one-half hours on any Saturday or Sunday01/19/18
HB 4243Requiring county boards of education to conduct regular structural inspections of school facilities and structures01/22/18
HB 4244Granting business tax credits to businesses that financially support students enrolled in the state’s community and technical colleges01/22/18
HB 4248Permitting vocational education classes for homeschooled and private schooled students01/22/18
HB 4249Allowing private entities to lease buildings to local school boards in cases of emergency or condemnation01/22/18
HB 4250Creating a digital learning pilot project01/22/18
HB 4255Requiring the state board of education to develop an elective course on Vocational Agriculture01/23/18
HB 4259Providing information to high school students regarding career and technical educational opportunities01/23/18
HB 4267Increasing access to career education and workforce training01/23/18
HB 4277Allowing individuals who have completed home school to be eligible for the PROMISE scholarship01/24/18
HB 4352Assisting county boards of education in converting their maintenance vehicles to compressed natural gas or propane01/30/18
HB 4362Recognizing outstanding students who are top achievers in scholastic studies01/30/18
HB 4371Prohibiting school employees from counseling, referring, transporting, or assisting any student to obtain an abortion01/31/18
HB 4374Providing a mechanism for the independent evaluation of revenue estimates by West Virginia and Marshall Universities’ business colleges01/31/18
HB 4398Specifying the grade point average required for student participation in interscholastic athletics at the high school level02/01/18
HB 4430Creating a merit-based scholarship program for tuition and fee payments for certain students attending state community and technical college02/05/18
HB 4466Expanding the amount of PROMISE scholarship funds awarded to persons majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics02/07/18
HB 4469Increasing the salaries of public school teachers02/07/18
HB 4520Requiring free feminine hygiene products in grades 6 through 1202/13/18
HB 4528Relating to transfers and enrollment policies for students in public schools02/13/18
HB 4549Requiring school counselors in public schools to spend 100 percent of their time on comprehensive school counseling programs02/13/18
HB 4564Assessing the college-and career-readiness of 11th and 12th grade students02/13/18
HB 4577Relating to seniority rights and school consolidation02/13/18
HB 4602Relating generally to school calendars02/13/18
HB 4614Relating to education to children and adults housed in correctional facilities and regional jails02/13/18
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