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SB 60Allowing BOE create and provide course in family and consumer sciences in secondary schools01/25/22
SB 509Relating to county BOE employee personal leave02/15/22
SB 541Requiring homeschooled child’s academic assessment be submitted by certain date02/22/22
SB 586Relating to athletic eligibility of transfer students02/24/22
SB 645Regulating private schools for students with disabilities03/03/22
SB 651Allowing county BOE participating in operation of multicounty vocational center to withdraw02/24/22
SB 687Relating to meetings among county boards of education03/03/22
SB 701Including children and spouses of deceased active-duty officers in eligibility for War Orphan Education Program03/01/22
HB 2033Establishing matrix necessary for an institution of higher education to become exempt from the Higher Education Policy Commission01/12/22
HB 2039Expunging records of unsubstantiated complaints made by the Department of Health and Human Resources against teachers01/12/22
HB 2057Establishing the Summer Feeding for All initiative01/12/22
HB 2061Katherine Johnson College Award Program01/12/22
HB 2066Providing school days for registering eligible students to vote and to provide transportation to voting places01/12/22
HB 2067Relating to designation of social workers in the Department of Health and Human Services01/12/22
HB 2079Providing equitable distribution to county boards of education of reimbursement costs of special needs students01/12/22
HB 2080“Bank Time” used in reaching 180 instructional requirement01/12/22
HB 2089Defining a work day for school service personnel and removing a provision relating to employment of licensed practical nurses01/12/22
HB 2097Relating to calculating net enrollment for home-school students enrolled in one virtual school course in the public school system01/12/22
HB 2109Relating to vocational and technical education programs01/12/22
HB 2110Relating to senior citizens attending college classes at state institutions without receiving college credit01/12/22
HB 2118Providing school days to register and transport eligible students to vote01/12/22
HB 2143Declaring a shortage of qualified bus operators and allowing retired bus operators to accept employment01/12/22
HB 2144Modifying the definitions and pay grades of certain school cafeteria personnel01/12/22
HB 2155Creating three separate job titles for school bus operators01/12/22
HB 2157Forbidding displays relating to sexuality in public school facilities and forbidding the teaching of sexuality in public schools01/12/22
HB 2206Discontinuing the use of common core standards and assessments in the state01/12/22
HB 2210Exempting personal income earned by individuals working as teachers at primary and secondary schools from personal income tax01/12/22
HB 2214Home Instruction Tax Relief Act01/12/22
HB 2233Coordinating a plan to provide the first two years of post-secondary education for free01/12/22
HB 2268Changing the recommended guidelines for full-day and half-day cooks to the minimum ratio of one cook for every 110 meals01/12/22
HB 2279Establishing a higher education scholarship program for foster children01/12/22
HB 2314Relating to teacher salary enhancement01/12/22
HB 2315Relating to PROMISE Scholarship Program requirements01/12/22
HB 2320Relating to mandatory drug testing of all classes of employees in K through 12 schools01/12/22
HB 2341Reducing federal adjusted gross income for interest paid on student loans01/12/22
HB 2345Requiring each county school board to employ at least one full time school nurse01/12/22
HB 2362Implementing trauma-informed practices in schools01/12/22
HB 2367Creating the Homeschool Credential Recognition Act01/12/22
HB 2484Relating to relocation or closure of state higher education institutions01/12/22
HB 2501Suspend School Aid Funding Formula implementation until budget year 202401/12/22
HB 2541Requiring seat belts on every new school bus01/12/22
HB 2543Relating to calculation of the school aid formula based on net enrollment01/12/22
HB 2546Relating to education to children and adults housed in correctional facilities and regional jails01/12/22
HB 2547Establishing the “Stay in State” tax credit01/12/22
HB 2576Creating the Virtual Public Schools Act01/12/22
HB 2577Create the Statewide Online Education Act01/12/22
HB 2584Prohibiting the home schooling of children in certain circumstances01/12/22
HB 2586Expanding the amount of promise scholarship funds awarded to persons majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics01/12/22
HB 2622College Graduate Tax Credit01/12/22
HB 2623Providing a tax credit to encourage new teachers to remain in the state01/12/22
HB 2624Redirecting a percentage of any surplus to state institutions of higher education to restore their state allocation funding levels01/12/22
HB 2637West Virginia Residential Incentive Tax Credit Act01/12/22
HB 2657Relating to the Antihazing Law01/12/22
HB 2712Modifying the school calendar to begin not earlier than September 1 and end no later than June 701/12/22
HB 2728Require all vaccinations for school attendance be included in the West Virginia code01/12/22
HB 2755Requiring the State Board of Education to provide for the routine education of all professional educators01/12/22
HB 2771Creating the Economic Development Tuition Waiver01/12/22
HB 2778Create the Education Tax Credit01/12/22
HB 2815Requiring air conditioning on all school buses01/12/22
HB 2930Require the School Improvement Council appoint two members to a Selection Committee 01/12/22
HB 2937Requiring a vote on school closure or consolidation in certain circumstances01/12/22
HB 2978Gun carry allowed on college campuses 01/12/22
HB 2994Relating to the special community development school pilot program01/12/22
HB 3006Creating a homeless education coordinator for county schools01/12/22
HB 3017Remove homeschool testing and portfolio requirements01/12/22
HB 3019Creating the Campus Free Expression Act01/12/22
HB 3022The Campus Self Defense Act01/12/22
HB 3048Allow a school district to develop or adopt a program in which the subject of nutrition and exercise education is taught01/12/22
HB 3102Requiring Director of transportation to have experience in transportation department01/12/22
HB 3110Student Suicide Prevention - ID Cards01/12/22
HB 3111Supporting Students Who Are Parents Act01/12/22
HB 3125Mandating that teachers receive supplemental pay for compelled teaching outside of established schedule01/12/22
HB 3126Public School Protection Act01/12/22
HB 3187Prohibit parents from being restricted from monitoring virtual public education classrooms01/12/22
HB 3190Allow anyone with a master’s degree to sit for WV Bar exam and become licensed attorney01/12/22
HB 3207Protecting teacher work schedules01/12/22
HB 3225Hunger-Free Campus Act01/12/22
HB 3236Relating to pay for Board of Education members01/12/22
HB 3251Exempting school buses with students on board from paying turnpike tolls01/12/22
HB 3271Providing that the WVSSAC promulgate rules relating to the right to broadcast interscholastic athletic events01/12/22
HB 3282Establish caps on the numbers of students per classroom at all grade levels01/12/22
HB 3284To differentiate the roles of public high school teachers01/12/22
HB 4016Creating The Anti-Racism, Anti-Sexism, and Prevention of Political-Economic Bias in School Curriculum and Pedagogy Act of 202202/01/22
HB 4072Increase amount of Promise Scholarship to present day costs01/13/22
HB 4095To require a moment of silence at the beginning of school each day in the state01/17/22
HB 4304To provide that out of school suspensions be considered “excused” absences.01/20/22
HB 4321Remove standardized testing in public and private schools01/21/22
HB 4330Allowing private school students to play public school sports in some instances01/21/22
HB 4362Allow a board of education member to hold another part-time office so long as it is a nonpartisan position01/24/22
HB 4363Allow teachers and service personnel in public school to transfer to public charter schools without losing their benefits01/24/22
HB 4376Granting full time employees of county boards of education three months of paid leave following the birth of a child01/25/22
HB 4378To dissolve the West Virginia School Building Authority01/25/22
HB 4379Requiring all higher education institutions to use statewide contracts issued by the Purchasing Division01/25/22
HB 4400Granting jurisdiction to supervise youth sport league events to county boards of education and the Secondary School Activities Commission01/26/22
HB 4425Authorize a law school program at Marshall University01/31/22
HB 4444Establishing a pilot program to develop school-based mental and behavioral health services01/31/22
HB 4445Modifying the school calendar01/31/22
HB 4446Student Rescue Act01/31/22
HB 4447To establish cultural competency training for teachers obtaining or renewing a teaching license in West Virginia. 01/31/22
HB 4448Establish the Commission on American History Enrichment.01/31/22
HB 4503Related to revocation of school personnel certification or licensure02/02/22
HB 4532Related to computer science education in West Virginia schools02/03/22
HB 4545Require annual inspections of all public K-12 schools by private contractors02/03/22
HB 4547Requiring high school students to pass a test on the US Constitution to graduate from high school 02/03/22
HB 4551To create the West Virginia Warranty of Workers02/10/22
HB 4617To strengthen anti-hazing laws and policies for Pre-K to Grade 1202/10/22
HB 4619Require cameras in all classrooms02/10/22
HB 4648Providing protections for exceptional children in public schools02/11/22
HB 4664To allow public high schools to have full time athletic trainers02/14/22
HB 4678To acknowledge that the mental health of higher education students is of paramount importance, and due to a variety of issues02/15/22
HB 4699Creating Learning Loss Mitigation Program02/15/22
HB 4705To establish a grant program for colleges that take steps to establish themselves as Student Basic Needs campuses02/15/22
HB 4711Relating to requiring video cameras in certain special education classrooms02/15/22
HB 4723Relating to public higher education governance02/15/22
HB 4732Expanding early childhood education programs to three-year-old children02/15/22
HB 4733Require county school boards to relinquish (sell, donate, etc.) ownership of closed school properties within a year of closure02/15/22
HB 4750Relating to the creation and administration of a scholarship program for college students who remain in-state after graduation02/15/22
HB 4763Authorizing children age 12 or older to referee youth sporting events02/15/22
HB 4786The Forming Open and Robust University Minds (FORUM) Act02/15/22
HB 4798Allowing substitute teachers to work and not receive any deduction on their retirement over the 140-day of work02/15/22
HB 4812Requiring State Board of Education to establish a Personal Finance Literacy pilot program to be implemented in at least five public high schools02/15/22
HB 4814Creating a youth advisory council for civic engagement02/15/22
HB 4819Policy offering a housing credit for educators who live in West Virginia 5 or more years after becoming an educator in the state02/15/22
HB 4821Increase access to and amount covered of the promise scholarship to ensure full ride regardless of tuition costs, double majors, or courses of interest02/15/22
HB 4823Relating to vocational and technical education programs02/16/22
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