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Education, Elementary and Secondary

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ADHD medication, school employee recommendation to parent, prohibition of - SB 40: HFA (3)
African-American male student achievement, study of - HCR 15
Aliens, unauthorized, prohibit hiring of - SB 6: SFA (1),(2)
Alternative Education Programs, staffing of - HB 225: HCS
April Helton, Knox County, signs in honor of - HJR 68
Area
technology centers, state funds, transfer of - SB 95
technology centers, state-operated, transfer of - SB 95
Athletic teams, assignment to - SB 74
Attendance
areas, establishment by local boards - SB 3
in schools closest to residence - SB 3
Bible
literacy, curriculum for - SB 56, 86
literacy, establishment of elective courses in - SB 56
Body
mass index, preventative healthcare examination forms - SB 32; HB 17: SFA (3); HB 81: SFA (2); HB 120: SFA (2); HB 283: SFA (2)
mass index, school physical examination forms - HB 89
Calendar, adjusted for missed days, weather or illness - HB 427: SCS (1),(2)
Career and technical education, purposes of - HB 225
Charter
school, requirements for - HB 103
schools - SB 3: SFA (1),(2)
schools, application and approval of - HB 103
schools, establishment of - SB 3
schools, HB 103 provisions - HB 394: HFA (1)
schools, renewal or revocation of charter - HB 103
Chiropractor, health examinations - HB 17: SFA (1)
Chronic health conditions, school health services for - HR 187
Compulsory
attendance, age limit, raising of - HB 75
school attendance age, raising of - HB 225; SB 36: SFA (1)
Department of Education, reorganization - HB 286; HB 286: HCS
Digital citizenship, inclusion in discipline code and professional development - HB 30
Discipline guidelines, definitions included - HB 370
Districts of innovation, authorization of - HB 394; HB 394: HCS
Early
childhood assessment and intervention, district-wide implementation of - HB 17
education assessment and intervention, implementation of - HB 86
education screening and intervention, provision for - SB 160
graduation program of study, creation of - SB 69; SB 69: SCS
Education Cabinet, secretary, election of - SB 151: HFA (2)
Elementary and secondary education funding, study of - HCR 143
Employees, collective bargaining permitted - HB 343: HFA (1)
Employment, relative of principal, permit under certain circumstances - HB 364
Evaluation,
certified personnel - HB 120
educators, prohibition of - HB 120: HFA (1),(2)
February, 2011, Kentucky Negro Educational Association, Inc. Month, designating - HR 164
Foster children, dual credit and dual enrollment courses, tuition waiver - HB 13
Funding adjustments, local districts - SB 157
Governor's Scholars Program, transfer, Education and Workforce Development Cabinet - HB 286: HCS
Great Schools Tax Credit Program, establish - HB 98
Instruction, voting for twelfth-grade students - HB 192
Instructional
days missed, makeup of - SB 83; HB 388: HFA (1)
days missed, make-up of - HB 238
days required, exemption for districts with innovative calendars - SB 83: SFA (2)
days required, exemptions for districts with innovative calendars - SB 83: SFA (3)
time, alternative methods to make up - SB 83: SFA (1)
Juvenile status offense actions, requirements for - HB 123; HB 123: HCS
K-2 intervention programs, evaluation of - HR 129; HR 129: HCS
Kentucky
Board of Education, appointment of Jonathan V. Parrent to - SR 228
Board of Education, appointment of Martha M. Jones to - SR 231
Board of Education, appointment of Mary Gwen Wheeler to - SR 218
Board of Education, appointment of Roger L. Marcum to - SR 230
Board of Education, appointment of William L. Twyman to - SR 229
Board of Education, reappointment of C. B. Akins, Sr. to - SR 227
Board of Education, reappointment of Judith H. Gibbons to - SR 226
Center for African-American Heritage, objectives - SB 64
Schools for the Deaf and Blind, administrators, salary schedules - HB 425; HB 425: CCR
Laptop computers, middle school students, study - HCR 7
Laumeyer, Laureen, recognizing and honoring - SR 88
Lengthened
instructional day, time constraints - SB 83: SFA (1)
instructional days, requirements for - SB 83: SFA (3)
instructional days, requirements of - SB 83: SFA (2)
Mabry, Hannah, honoring - HR 165
Mandates on public schools, financial support for - SB 35; HB 39
Oral health screenings, public health programs for - HB 472
Pedge of allegiance, schools shall offer - SB 15: SFA (1)
Persistently
low-achieving schools, development of charter schools in lieu of - SB 3
low-achieving schools, intervention options, clarification of - HB 476
Physical
activity of children, assessment of and data use - HB 16; SB 114: HFA (6)
activity of children, increasing - HB 88
Pledge of allegiance, designated time - SB 15
Prevailing wage exemption, providing for - HB 428: HFA (1)
Principal
candidates, access to applications of persons certified for the position - SB 12: HFA (1)
selection, appointment by the superintendent after consultation with the school council - SB 12; SB 12: SCS
selection, process for - SB 12: HCS
selection, role of council members - SB 12: HCS
selection, role of superintendent - SB 12: HCS
Programs,
alternative education - HB 449
career and technical education - SB 36
health improvement - SB 114: HFA (6)
Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, recognizing - HR 79
Reducing caseloads for speech language pathologists; study for - SCR 95
Scholarship eligible high school student, definition of - HB 112
School
and district audit procedures, changes to - HB 476
attendance - SB 21
board candidates, limit on campaign contributions, increase of - HB 228
boards, counties with city of first class, increase members of - HB 394: HFA (5)
buses, advertisers on - HB 67: HFA (1)
buses, commercial advertising on - HB 62, 67; HB 67: HFA (2)
calendar, adjustments to - HB 388; HB 388: HCS
calendar, starting date - SB 31
employee, hiring of superintendent's spouse - HB 415
facilities, urgent needs - HB 428
meal program, clarification of access to - HB 81
superintendent, employing spouse of - HB 415
term, minimum days required - SB 83; HB 388: HFA (1)
trips, certified or classified staff to accompany - HB 427: SCS (1),(2)
Schools
of innovation, board to select - HB 394: HFA (3)
of innovation, requirements for participation as - HB 394: HFA (4)
School-sponsored trips, accompanying students on - HB 427
Scientific theories, critical analysis, teaching of - HB 169
Sex
education - SB 85
education program, components of - HB 273
education program, training for teachers of - HB 273
Sexton, Dr. Robert Fenimore, memorializing - HR 229
State-adopted textbooks, error correction in - HB 464
Student
assignment plans, funds for implementation of - SB 28
expression of religious beliefs, protection of - HB 370: HFA (1)
expression of religiously based opinions, protection of - HB 370: HFA (2)
religious expression, support of - HR 25
Students with disabilities, alternative high school diploma for - HB 171
Suicide prevention, Rachael's Law - HB 134
Support education excellence in Kentucky, additional funds, distribution of - HB 378
Teacher
performance reviews, appeals of review panel - HB 459
selection training module, development and completion of - SB 124
Teachers of advanced science and mathematics, monetary awards for - SB 13
Teachers, leaves of absence - HB 341
Truancy reporting, students with autism spectrum disorder, exemption from - HB 283
Truants, detention and release to school by peace officer - HB 297
Unexpended SEEK funds, use and distribution of - HB 411

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