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Chapter 18 B     Entire Code


ARTICLE 1. GOVERNANCE.

ARTICLE 1A. COMPACT WITH HIGHER EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE OF WEST VIRGINIA.

ARTICLE 1B. HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY COMMISSION.

ARTICLE 1C. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY.

ARTICLE 1D. HIGHER EDUCATION ACCOUNTABILITY.

ARTICLE 1E. WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY REVITALIZATION PROJECT.

ARTICLE 1F. MANAGEMENT AGREEMENTS FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY COMMISSION.

ARTICLE 2A. INSTITUTIONAL BOARDS OF GOVERNORS.

ARTICLE 2B. WEST VIRGINIA COUNCIL FOR COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE EDUCATION.

ARTICLE 2C. WEST VIRGINIA COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

ARTICLE 3. ADDITIONAL POWERS AND DUTIES OF RESEARCH DOCTORAL-GRANTING PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES.

ARTICLE 3A. WEST VIRGINIA JOINT COMMISSION FOR VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL-OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION.

ARTICLE 3B. COLLABORATIVE DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM.

ARTICLE 3C. COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM.

ARTICLE 3D. WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE.

ARTICLE 3E. EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE.

ARTICLE 3F. REORGANIZATION OF COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGES.

ARTICLE 4. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION.

ARTICLE 5. HIGHER EDUCATION BUDGETS AND EXPENDITURES.

ARTICLE 6. ADVISORY COUNCILS.

ARTICLE 7. PERSONNEL GENERALLY.

ARTICLE 8. HIGHER EDUCATION FULL-TIME FACULTY SALARIES.

ARTICLE 9. CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE SALARY SCHEDULE AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM.

ARTICLE 9A. CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION SYSTEM.

ARTICLE 9B. ORGANIZATION PERSONNEL RULES.

ARTICLE 10. FEES AND OTHER MONEY COLLECTED AT STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.

ARTICLE 11. MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTES AND CENTERS.

ARTICLE 11A. STATE AUTISM TRAINING CENTER.

ARTICLE 11B. WEST VIRGINIA POISON CENTER.

ARTICLE 12. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS FOR STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.

ARTICLE 12A. CENTERS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT.

ARTICLE 13. HIGHER EDUCATION -- INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS.

ARTICLE 14. MISCELLANEOUS.

ARTICLE 15. SEVERABILITY.

ARTICLE 16. HEALTH CARE EDUCATION.

ARTICLE 17. LEGISLATIVE RULES.

ARTICLE 18. EMINENT SCHOLARS ENDOWMENT TRUST FUND ACT.

ARTICLE 18A. DIRECTED RESEARCH ENDOWMENTS.

ARTICLE 18B. SCIENCE AND RESEARCH COUNCIL.

ARTICLE 19. CAPITAL PROJECTS AND FACILITIES NEEDS.

ARTICLE 2. UNIVERSITY OF WEST VIRGINIA BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

§18B-2-1.

Repealed.

Acts, 2005 Reg. Sess., Ch. 86.

§18B-2-2.

Repealed.

Acts, 2005 Reg. Sess., Ch. 86.

§18B-2-3.

Repealed.

Acts, 2005 Reg. Sess., Ch. 86.

§18B-2-4.

Repealed.

Acts, 1997 Reg. Sess., Ch. 85.

§18B-2-5

Repealed

Acts, 2017 Reg. Sess., Ch. . 122.

§18B-2-6. Health sciences education; legislative findings and intent.

(a) The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the higher education accountability report card for health sciences education as provided for in section eight-a, article one of this chapter shall serve as a basis for the accountability and coordination of health sciences education in this state. The Legislature further finds that the preparation of such report card would best be supervised by a vice chancellor for health sciences who is not the director of health and who has the assistance of the staff of each state institution of higher education with health sciences programs.

(b) The Legislature further finds and declares that adequate funding will be pursued to maintain the accreditation, integrity and quality of medical education and other health sciences programs in West Virginia.

§18B-2-7

Repealed

Acts, 2017 Reg. Sess., Ch. . 122.

§18B-2-8. Consortium of comprehensive child development centers; establishment and operation of a consortium of comprehensive child development centers.

(a) There is hereby established a consortium of comprehensive child development centers under the auspices of the board of trustees and under the direction and administration of the vice chancellor for health sciences. The goals of the consortium include, but are not limited to:

(1) Recommending a comprehensive diagnostic and technical support system to assist faculty and students in providing educational programs for students with disabilities;

(2) Providing a system for the comprehensive interdisciplinary diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of children and young adults with special needs and their families;

(3) Offering programs for the training of parents and families;

(4) Creating significant links between disciplines, departments, schools, colleges, universities and agencies;

(5) Providing all services (clinical, training, technical assistance and consultation) at child development centers and at strategically planned outreach sites, including institutions of higher education;

(6) Planning and implementing a statewide system of care for children with special needs and their families;

(7) Providing family-centered, community-based, culturally sensitive, coordinated care;

(8) Assuring interdisciplinary, interagency cooperation;

(9) Linking community-based health and educational services with institutions of higher education;

(10) Establishing a statewide comprehensive diagnostic support team and advisory boards at each center composed of agency representatives, physicians, education providers, center personnel, parents and others; and

(11) Facilitating significant parent and family participation, including parents as members of the statewide team and representing a majority of the membership of each center's advisory boards.

(b) Subject to appropriations by the Legislature, the board of trustees is authorized and directed to establish at least four comprehensive child development sites at existing university health science centers located at Morgantown, Charleston, Huntington and Lewisburg. Planning of at least these four centers and the establishment of advisory boards shall be completed by July 1, 1993. The board of trustees shall establish at least these four sites prior to January 1, 1994.

The board of trustees may enter into a contractual relationship with each child development center, which shall be in accordance with laws that apply to publicly funded partnerships with private, nonprofit entities and the provisions of section three, article five of this chapter.

§18B-2-9.

Repealed.

Acts, 2006 Reg. Sess., Ch. 84.

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