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SB 721Relating to centers for economic development and technology advancement03/04/04
HB 2021Graduate school opportunities for individuals receiving rehabilitative services01/14/04
HB 2044Granting waivers to sparsely populated counties for relief from the ratio limitations on state funding of professional educators01/14/04
HB 2151Providing speech-language pathologists and audiologists in public schools01/14/04
HB 2152Limiting absences of school principals from school duties to attend principals academy01/14/04
HB 2158Relating to the rate of pay for substitute teachers01/14/04
HB 2181Including spouses and children of officers killed in the line of duty among those eligible for free tuition at state colleges01/14/04
HB 2192Increasing school service personnel employees by one pay grade after ten years of employment01/14/04
HB 2204Banning the use and possession of tobacco products by minors on school property and restricting the use of tobacco by all persons on school property01/14/04
HB 2209Requiring county school boards to employ one school nurse for every one thousand pupils01/14/04
HB 2210Increasing salaries of principals and assistant principals and providing salary reduction procedures01/14/04
HB 2213Pay incentives for teachers who teach in their core field degree01/14/04
HB 2225Requirements for PROMISE scholarship01/14/04
HB 2227Revising mediation procedures and authorizing arbitration for education and public employee grievance procedures01/14/04
HB 2245Requiring school instruction to include U. S. historical documents01/14/04
HB 2249Providing for the use of neck braces by football players01/14/04
HB 2250Mandating guidelines for full-day and half-day cooks at schools01/14/04
HB 2256Relating to driving experience of school transportation supervisors01/14/04
HB 2271Increasing the foundation allowances for professional educators to fifty-five and service personnel to thirty-seven for each one thousand students01/14/04
HB 2278Providing for reimbursement to institutions of higher education of qualifying noncapital expenditures incurred in providing services to students with physical, learning or severe sensory disabilities01/14/04
HB 2293Exempting undergraduate students attending state colleges or universities and graduates of undergraduate programs of such state institutions for the first two tax years postgraduation from the payment of state income tax01/14/04
HB 2295Suspensions of the driver's license of a student who fails to maintain a minimum grade point average of 1.001/14/04
HB 2299Changing the name of West Virginia State College to West Virginia State University01/14/04
HB 2305Tuition and fee waivers for persons enrolled at state institutions of higher education who wish to audit courses or classes01/14/04
HB 2324Making student financial aid a priority over other funding necessities in circumstances requiring budget reductions for an institution or commission of higher education01/14/04
HB 2328Authorizing an exemption from standardized testing for children receiving an exemption from compulsory school attendance and who attend church school01/14/04
HB 2332Directing the higher education policy commission to conduct certain studies and report findings to certain legislative committees01/14/04
HB 2347Authorizing colleges and universities to charge county boards of education for remedial education courses attended by West Virginia high school graduates01/14/04
HB 2369Salary increases for school service employees based upon residential housing costs01/14/04
HB 2375Requiring schools to post and make available to the public the schedules of teachers and staff01/14/04
HB 2383Requiring the state department of education to submit a comprehensive teacher certification plan to LOCEA for adoption01/14/04
HB 2402Relating to early childhood education programs01/14/04
HB 2413Mandating the school building authority to request an appropriation for school construction in growth counties01/14/04
HB 2426Providing assistance to county school boards in addressing issues related to cultural diversity, civil rights and unlawful discrimination01/14/04
HB 2435Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistant principals01/14/04
HB 2437Requiring students to receive an age appropriate comprehensive vision examination as a condition of being admitted to school01/14/04
HB 2473Creating the institute for increased postsecondary education participation01/14/04
HB 2483Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistants01/14/04
HB 2507Providing a two-tiered personal income tax credit for parents who provide home schooling01/14/04
HB 2520Including adults enrolled in approved family literacy programs in the net enrollment count of the public school support plan on a full-time equivalency basis01/14/04
HB 2538Creating a new classification of service personnel known as executive secretary and coordinator of board services01/14/04
HB 2676Relating generally to school counselors01/14/04
HB 2709Exempting certain postsecondary religious institutions from obtaining a certificate of approval to operate01/14/04
HB 2735Augmentation to any salary increase for any public employee, teacher or school service personnel01/14/04
HB 2736Allowing spouses who are employed by the same county board of education to transfer unlimited accumulated sick leave to each other01/14/04
HB 2747Requiring accumulation of certain historical instruction before high school graduation01/14/04
HB 2770Prohibiting discrimination by a county school superintendent or school board member in the appointment, job placement or advancement of any applicant01/14/04
HB 2850Providing protection for school employees who are being harassed01/14/04
HB 2863Formulating a process in which to project the net enrollment in growth counties01/14/04
HB 2904Removing certain provisions relating to the availability of funds for funding the classified employee salary schedule01/14/04
HB 2905Removing the twenty-year experience cap for the annual experience increment01/14/04
HB 2907Establishing the Responsible Sexuality Education in Schools Act01/14/04
HB 2930Setting compensation standards for classified employees who work overtime on weekends or holidays01/14/04
HB 2931Providing that any higher education employee teaching nine semester hours per semester is a full-time faculty member01/14/04
HB 2952Providing that county school boards may spend authority moneys on any school that has been included in an approved comprehensive education facilities plan01/14/04
HB 2962Requiring PROMISE scholarship recipients to work and reside in West Virginia upon completion at their institution for one year for every year they received the scholarship01/14/04
HB 2998Providing that motions made at meetings of county boards of education and county commissions need not be seconded01/14/04
HB 3021Providing that student residents of this state who commute to school in another state are eligible for the PROMISE scholarship program01/14/04
HB 3026Allowing substitute teachers to accrue seniority for working as few as forty-five days in a school year01/14/04
HB 3055Authorizing the departments of health and human resources and education to provide adequate and appropriate education opportunities for juveniles placed in certain residential facilities01/14/04
HB 3065Providing that the term "course of class" includes courses offered on-line via the internet in relation to tuition and fee waivers provided for senior citizens01/14/04
HB 3066Relating to giving the priority to teacher's aide applicants with college credits01/14/04
HB 3067Mandating that county boards of education establish personal leave banks which allow board employees to donate personal leave01/14/04
HB 3081Providing for safe schools through alternative education programs and providing certain juvenile justice records to public school officials01/14/04
HB 3082Permitting the accrual of bank time per day in order to comply with the one hundred eighty day requirement01/14/04
HB 3086Providing county boards of education may study the economic feasibility of exercising an option of engaging in cooperative agreements with local public or regional transit authorities to transport students01/14/04
HB 3136Providing West Virginia students with a partial PROMISE scholarship for schooling outside this state for the reason that no in-state institution offers a course for a major or a degree in the student's desired field01/14/04
HB 3179Extending the compulsory period of school attendance to age eighteen and authorizing alternative required attendance01/14/04
HB 3187Relating to the authority of the state superintendent to grant certain limited exceptions to provisions for the scheduling and use of instructional days and times in certain circumstances01/14/04
HB 4023Establishing bus transportation schedules01/14/04
HB 4025Creating a statewide task force on graduate studies and a distinguished graduate student fellowship program at West Virginia University and Marshall University01/14/04
HB 4034Simplifying the tuition and fee system at state institutions of higher education01/14/04
HB 4035Granting greater flexibility to state institutions of higher education in the areas of management, finance, purchasing and personnel01/14/04
HB 4042Providing the employment of retired teachers in areas of critical need and shortage01/15/04
HB 4064Requiring county boards to post the position of county superintendent prior to making the appointment01/19/04
HB 4109Prohibiting individual county board of education members from acting on behalf of the board in the individual capacity unless authorized by the state01/22/04
HB 4133Directing the West Virginia secondary school activities commission to promulgate rules to provide oversight of secondary school athletic directors01/26/04
HB 4151Requiring county boards of education to establish the daily observance of a minute of silence in all county schools01/28/04
HB 4162Establishing and maintaining a safe routes to school program within the department of transportation01/29/04
HB 4279Increasing salaries for school service personnel02/03/04
HB 4288Changing the name of Shepherd College to Shepherd University02/03/04
HB 4289Renaming Concord College as Concord University, Fairmont State College as Fairmont State University, Shepherd College as Shepherd University and West Virginia State College as West Virginia State University02/03/04
HB 4312Verifiable Science Act02/05/04
HB 4315Making armed assault or conspiracy to commit armed assault upon school property or school personnel or students a felony02/05/04
HB 4317Changing the name of Fairmont State College to Fairmont State University02/05/04
HB 4319Requiring school boards to set and maintain reliable bussing schedules and to limit the duration of travel for students02/05/04
HB 4361Requiring the county school boards to train all school personnel in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and blood precaution02/09/04
HB 4368Adding Glenville State College to those colleges which may meet the need for graduate education in its region02/09/04
HB 4376Tuition reimbursement for teachers pursuing a masters degree02/10/04
HB 4392Requiring county boards of education to employ one school nurse for every one thousand pupils based upon net enrollment in all grades02/10/04
HB 4427Funding salaries of principals for two hundred twenty days02/12/04
HB 4463Changing the name of Concord College to Concord University02/13/04
HB 4465Requiring physical education programs in the public schools to promote healthy exercise and increase awareness of the benefits of physical activities02/13/04
HB 4481Allowing teachers holding K-8 endorsements to teach seventh and eighth grade classes02/16/04
HB 4483Loosening certification requirements on teachers from out-of-state otherwise certified to teach special education and creating an in-state generic special education teaching certification02/16/04
HB 4498Relating to the distribution of moneys by the school building authority02/17/04
HB 4505Authorizing the department of health and human resources to promulgate legislative rules02/17/04
HB 4508Adding Glenville State College and Bluefield State College to those colleges which may meet the need for graduate education in its region02/17/04
HB 4533Requiring all middle schools and high schools to teach fetal development and the risks associated with abortion02/19/04
HB 4540Relating to the PROMISE scholarship and effective dates for increases in the objective standards applicable to eligibility02/19/04
HB 4590Authorizing county boards of education to extend the instructional year when schools are closed because of bad weather or other conditions02/23/04
HB 4609Including faculty employees at state institutions of higher education as state employees who receive increment pay02/25/04
HB 4629Extending the tuition waiver benefits to also include the spouse and children of emergency medical service personnel and members of the national guard who have died in the line of duty02/26/04
HB 4675Instituting a "Celebrate Freedom Week"02/27/04
HB 4687Requiring the governing board of West Virginia University to maintain the competition rifle team program02/27/04
HB 4688Authorizing West Virginia University rifle team donations and create a special revenue account for the money02/27/04
HB 4689Prohibiting the governing board of West Virginia University from eliminating the competition rifle team program02/27/04
HB 4705Allowing certain rural counties with limited availability of day care facilities to continue providing early childhood education programs to three-year olds02/27/04
HB 4730Limiting the number of exceptional students in regular education classes02/27/04
HB 4735Providing that a school levy election may be held during the primary election02/27/04
HB 4736Financing the West Virginia University rifle team if the student government shows support for the measure02/27/04
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