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SB 87Creating schools for growth counties fund04/09/01
SB 104Allowing state board of education president to serve consecutive terms03/08/01
SB 396Relating to art and music teachers in public schools04/09/01
SB 527Adding time requirements for counselors to measures of school performance; administrative activities defined04/02/01
SB 537Providing relocation expenses for teachers laid off due to reduction in force04/06/01
SB 604Relating to public education generally04/06/01
SB 626Relating to creating tobacco free school act04/06/01
SB 684Awarding high school diplomas for requirements met in out-of-state schools04/06/01
HB 2003Relating to votes by members at meetings of local school improvement council boards02/14/01
HB 2010Requiring the placement of carbon monoxide detectors in schools02/14/01
HB 2020Tuition and fee waivers for persons enrolled at state institutions of higher education who wish to audit courses or classes02/14/01
HB 2022Recapture of previously earned seniority upon reemployment for certain school employees02/14/01
HB 2023Providing a pay grade H for master electricians02/14/01
HB 2024Allowing schools to close on days of public mourning for the death of a current or former United States President02/14/01
HB 2026Designating President's Day as a school holiday02/14/01
HB 2038Requiring schools to include instruction on voter education, civic leadership and the democratic process02/14/01
HB 2051Definition and pay grade of plumber III in the school service pay scale02/14/01
HB 2054Revising the school aid formula02/14/01
HB 2055Increasing the number of allowable personal leave days without cause for county board of education employees02/14/01
HB 2057Prohibiting subcontracting of jobs or services to private vendors when such jobs or services are being performed at institutions of higher education by public employees02/14/01
HB 2072Relating to armed assault upon school property or against school personnel or students02/14/01
HB 2079Relating generally to school personnel02/14/01
HB 2087Relating to the rate of pay for substitute teachers02/14/01
HB 2088Establishing a school of pharmacy at Marshall University02/14/01
HB 2091Prohibiting block scheduling in schools02/14/01
HB 2092Implementing a religious education program in the public schools02/14/01
HB 2116Requiring students to maintain a 1.0 minimum grade point average to avoid a driver's license suspension02/14/01
HB 2145Criminal penalty for willful violation of school employee rights02/14/01
HB 2164Creating the institute for increased postsecondary education participation02/14/01
HB 2165Establishing a secure residential school for juvenile status offenders02/14/01
HB 2170Granting additional compensation to education employees who work a shift other than day shift02/14/01
HB 2173Relating generally to school personnel02/14/01
HB 2183Faculty status for professional librarians02/14/01
HB 2184Providing a state flag to every public school in the state02/14/01
HB 2212Salary increase for teachers and service personnel and providing adjustments in the salary bonus program for teachers with national board certification02/15/01
HB 2215Power of School Building Authority to issue bonds, etc. 02/15/01
HB 2223Providing a one-step pay increase for school bus operators with fifteen or more years of service02/15/01
HB 2233Providing additional hourly pay for classroom teachers for duties assigned to them outside their regular schedule02/15/01
HB 2234Providing that the annual salary increment increase applies to thirty years of experience for higher education employees02/15/01
HB 2238Providing full employment status to certain substitute teachers02/15/01
HB 2245Increasing the state minimum salary increments for certain professional educators02/15/01
HB 2247Mandating the school building authority to request an appropriation for school construction in growth counties02/15/01
HB 2249Exempting certain postsecondary religious institutions from obtaining a certificate of approval02/15/01
HB 2252Allowing home schooled students to participate in public school extracurricular and interscholastic activities02/15/01
HB 2253Controlling access to pornography on library and public school computers02/15/01
HB 2260Granting waivers to sparsely populated counties for relief from the ratio limitations on state funding of professional educators02/16/01
HB 2266Providing a pay increase for school bus operators02/16/01
HB 2269Providing a tax credit for educational expenses incurred for school age children02/16/01
HB 2270Distribution of moneys by the school building authority02/16/01
HB 2279Relating to substitute teaching by retired teachers02/19/01
HB 2297Requiring county boards of education to conduct a criminal background check through the FBI in addition to the State Criminal Investigation Bureau02/19/01
HB 2306Increasing the years of increments in the salary schedule for teachers02/19/01
HB 2320Relating to seniority and posting of higher education classified job vacancies02/19/01
HB 2337Reducing the classroom size in which students with exceptional needs are served02/20/01
HB 2353Granting paid leave to school employees for the purpose of attending conferences02/20/01
HB 2374Restricting the use of student social security numbers02/20/01
HB 2381Establishing a procedure for collective bargaining by public school employees02/20/01
HB 2393Relating to decorum for students addressing teachers and service personnel in public schools02/21/01
HB 2395Reimbursement to institutions of higher education for expenditures in the provision of services to students with disabilities02/21/01
HB 2444Increasing salaries of principals and assistant principals and providing salary reduction procedures02/22/01
HB 2446Increasing from twenty to thirty the allowable years of service in calculating salary increments for state employees and employees of higher education governing boards02/22/01
HB 2449Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistants02/22/01
HB 2461Graduate school opportunities for individuals receiving rehabilitative services02/22/01
HB 2487Providing an increase in pay grade for certain kindergarten aides02/22/01
HB 2496Providing for the employment of technology troubleshooters to assist school personnel02/23/01
HB 2523Requiring county school boards to employ one school nurse for every one thousand pupils02/23/01
HB 2554Providing for the teaching of creation science and evolution science on an equal basis in the public schools02/26/01
HB 2557Providing a salary increase for aides employed in kindergarten classes with more than twenty students02/26/01
HB 2564Relating to offering guidance and methods to protect students from harassment or threatening behavior of other students02/26/01
HB 2568Providing for a regional pay differential for teachers and principals in certain counties02/27/01
HB 2569Removing the limitation of days that a retired teacher may substitute teach before losing retirement benefits02/27/01
HB 2578Relating to the posting of vacancies in personnel positions in public schools02/28/01
HB 2590Mandating that the West Virginia University and Marshall University football teams play each other annually beginning in the year 200302/28/01
HB 2733Reduction of the computation of local share by the amount of any levy imposed for the operation of a county library by a county board of education03/05/01
HB 2745Relating to the teaching of art and music in the public schools03/05/01
HB 2750Providing a two-tiered personal income tax credit for parents who provide home schooling03/05/01
HB 2758Increasing the foundation allowances for professional educators and service personnel03/06/01
HB 2862Relating to addressing areas of critical need and shortage of professional educators03/15/01
HB 2884Relating to foundation allowance for other current expense, substitute employees and improvement of instructional programs03/16/01
HB 2887Indoor Air Quality In Schools Act03/16/01
HB 2914Salary increases for school service employees based upon residential housing costs03/20/01
HB 2919Requiring school boards to hire at least one psychologist and one nurse for every one thousand students 03/20/01
HB 2922Providing a salary bonus and certification expenses for guidance counselors with national board certification03/20/01
HB 2927Making adjustments in the school aid formula03/20/01
HB 2949Revising mediation procedures and authorizing arbitration for public employee grievance procedures03/21/01
HB 2950Relating to payments to national guard members participating in the PROMISE scholarship program03/21/01
HB 2956Requiring the phasing in of an increase in the number of meals to be prepared by school cooks03/21/01
HB 2979Requiring county boards of education to make available reasons and data regarding any school closure or consolidation03/23/01
HB 2982Changing the term of office for county board of education members to two years03/23/01
HB 2984Relating to requiring notice to, and consent of, school boards before selling bonds or signing mortgages, trust deeds and contracts03/23/01
HB 2985Banning the use and possession of tobacco products by minors on school property and restricting the use of tobacco by all persons on school property03/23/01
HB 2997Relating to providing dental clinics in public schools03/26/01
HB 2998Providing certain rights to RESA employees03/26/01
HB 2999Providing that a college or university may not require certain students to reside in a dormitory and relating to dormitory meal plans03/26/01
HB 3003Transferring duties of the center for professional development to the department of education03/26/01
HB 3010Providing for the use of neck braces by football players03/27/01
HB 3058Raising the school dropout age from sixteen to eighteen03/29/01
HB 3059Modifying the definition of net enrollment to include certain adults in family literacy programs03/29/01
HB 3072Authorizing colleges and universities to charge county boards of education for remedial education courses attended by West Virginia graduates03/29/01
HB 3073Pay incentives for teachers who teach in their core field degree03/29/01
HB 3074Exempting certain college and university students from state income tax03/29/01
HB 3075Requiring the teaching of the values of the ten commandments in public schools03/29/01
HB 3077Requiring boards of education to follow statutory guidelines as to cooks to meals served ratio03/29/01
HB 3111Creation of school-based community centers03/30/01
HB 3112Requiring state residents attending school out-of-state to verify school attendance directly with the division of motor vehicles03/30/01
HB 3121Appropriating lottery proceeds for the promise scholarship fund and school personnel raises03/30/01
HB 3133Providing assistance to county school boards in addressing issues related to cultural diversity, civil rights and unlawful discrimination03/30/01
HB 3134Providing speech-language pathologists and audiologists in public schools03/30/01
HB 3149Eliminating multicounty regional educational service agencies and dedicating savings to teacher salaries03/30/01
HB 3163Relating generally to education03/30/01
HB 3178Creating the Great Family Literacy Act and establishing a voluntary checkoff on income tax returns to help fund the program03/30/01
HB 3226Credited service upon transfer between retirement systems03/30/01
HB 3227Requirements for PROMISE scholarships03/30/01
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