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SB 187Establishing tuition and fee waivers for seniors at state institutions of higher education03/01/99
SB 559Allowing president of board of education to serve two consecutive terms02/25/99
SB 574Providing procedure for establishing dress codes in public schools03/04/99
HB 2051Amending provision relating to the award and distribution of grant moneys from the school building authority01/13/99
HB 2052Granting waivers to sparsely populated counties for relief from the ratio limitations on state funding of professional educators01/13/99
HB 2063Relating to seniority and posting of higher education classified job vacancies01/13/99
HB 2095Increasing the maximum number of years to which an additional levy applies and providing that levy elections take place during general elections01/13/99
HB 2112Granting four hours of paid leave for the purpose of attending conferences for each child of a school employee01/13/99
HB 2116Establishing a procedure for collective bargaining by public school employees01/13/99
HB 2123Ensuring good indoor air quality in schools01/13/99
HB 2131Addressing the problem of poor indoor air quality in West Virginia schools01/13/99
HB 2146Authorizing county boards of education to employ school crossing guards01/13/99
HB 2150Requiring administrative employees of the state department of education, RESA and county boards of education to substitute teach in certain schools01/13/99
HB 2151Providing a tax credit for parents or guardians who provide their children with home or private schooling01/13/99
HB 2158Providing funding for the costs of certain bus operator salaries and fringe benefits01/13/99
HB 2160Providing that both creation science and evolution science be taught in public schools on an equal basis01/15/99
HB 2161Implementing a religious education program in the public schools01/13/99
HB 2187Increasing salaries of principals and assistant principals and providing salary reduction procedures01/13/99
HB 2201Tuition and fee waivers for children and spouses of full-time faculty and staff members at state institutions of higher education01/14/99
HB 2205Tuition and fee waivers for persons enrolled at state institutions of higher education who wish to audit courses or classes01/14/99
HB 2224Requiring students to maintain a 1.0 minimum grade point average to avoid a driver's license suspension01/14/99
HB 2241Composition of institutional boards of advisors acting as a presidential search committee01/14/99
HB 2243Establishing a registry of school personnel in safety sensitive positions who have tested positive for controlled substances01/15/99
HB 2246Exempting certain school bus operators from taking the school bus operators written certification examination01/15/99
HB 2248Civic Literacy Act01/15/99
HB 2302Relating to exemptions to the compulsory immunization requirement of school children01/19/99
HB 2343Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistant principals01/22/99
HB 2350Extending to county boards of education the opportunity to have a larger pool of substitute teachers01/22/99
HB 2370Requiring schools to include instruction on voter education, civic leadership and the democratic process01/25/99
HB 2373Promulgating a rule regarding faculty status for college librarians01/25/99
HB 2375Prohibiting block scheduling in schools01/25/99
HB 2385Establishing a secure residential school for juvenile status offenders01/26/99
HB 2413Faculty status for professional librarians01/27/99
HB 2426Increasing from twenty to thirty the allowable years of service used in calculating salary increments for state employees and including employees of higher education governing boards01/27/99
HB 2436Providing a state flag to every public school in the state01/27/99
HB 2439Designating President's Day as a school holiday01/27/99
HB 2458Increasing the number of personal leave days without cause for school personnel01/29/99
HB 2459Recapture of previously earned seniority upon reemployment for certain school employees01/29/99
HB 2464Granting additional compensation to education employees who work a shift other than day shift01/29/99
HB 2469Relating to membership to institutional boards of advisors01/29/99
HB 2476Relating to teacher planning periods01/29/99
HB 2586Lifelong Learning Act02/02/99
HB 2601Creating a lifelong education and technical studies grant opportunity program for part-time adult students at colleges and universities02/02/99
HB 2625Requiring persons receiving cash assistance under the works program to participate in educational programs02/03/99
HB 2628Providing an increase in pay grade for kindergarten aides02/03/99
HB 2656Requiring that state department of education personnel receive at least the same salary as comparable county board of education employees02/04/99
HB 2663Relating generally to school service personnel salaries and classifications02/05/99
HB 2700Employment of assistant principals in middle, junior and elementary schools02/09/99
HB 2701Employment term for school principals and assistants02/09/99
HB 2702Requiring county boards of education to respond within thirty days to requests by local school improvement councils02/09/99
HB 2727Requiring school boards to follow statutory guidelines as to the ratio of cooks to the number of meals served02/10/99
HB 2728Permitting persons sixty years of age or older to attend colleges or universities without payment of tuition and fees on a space available basis02/10/99
HB 2729Providing that the annual salary increment increase applies to thirty years of experience for higher education employees02/10/99
HB 2750Providing a one-step pay increase for school bus operators with fifteen or more years service02/12/99
HB 2800Minimum requirement of physical education instruction for preschool through sixth grade02/17/99
HB 2815Clarifying preservation of college preparatory curriculum in high schools02/17/99
HB 2823Providing a mechanism to address issues of proposed school closings or consolidations02/18/99
HB 2824Providing a tax credit for expenditures made toward educational purposes for school children02/18/99
HB 2838Relating to testing of kindergarten and prekindergarten students for tuberculosis02/19/99
HB 2850Establishing higher education community schools02/19/99
HB 2863Requiring county boards of education to employ an art and music teacher in each elementary school02/22/99
HB 2869Requiring schools to comply with federal law governing release of certain information concerning students and their families02/23/99
HB 2879Increasing the compensation of members of county boards of education02/24/99
HB 2889Relating generally to school personnel02/24/99
HB 2894Allowing home schooled students to participate in public school extracurricular and interscholastic activities02/24/99
HB 2911Requiring the employment of a full-time athletic administrator in each secondary high school02/25/99
HB 2914Revising the school aid formula02/25/99
HB 2925Removing the teaching preference for persons hired to perform coaching duties in public schools02/25/99
HB 2927Increasing the state minimum salary increments for certain professional educators02/25/99
HB 2929Exempting certain postsecondary religious institutions from obtaining a certificate of approval02/25/99
HB 2935Prohibiting subcontracting of certain jobs or services at institutions of higher education by public employees02/25/99
HB 2957Prohibiting split grades in elementary schools02/25/99
HB 2960Reducing the classroom size in which students with exceptional needs are served02/25/99
HB 2965Relating to requirements for home school instructors02/25/99
HB 3041Creating the rule of eighty for teachers and school service personnel03/04/99
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