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Career and Technical Education Month, recognizing - SR 124
Abused or neglected child, custody of, notice to schools - HB 44
Academic
content standards, local supplementation of - SB 89, 224; HB 215
content standards, school council supplementation of - SB 89: SFA (1)
America's Legislators Back to School Program, kick-off week, establishment of - HR 104
Anti-Bullying
Month, designation of October as - SB 20
Month, October designation of - HB 40
Automated external defibrillator, no requirement, clarification of - SB 89: HFA (1); HB 205: HCS
Average daily attendance, early primary enrollment inclusion in - SB 193: SCS
Bluegrass Community and Technical College 75th Anniversary Day, recognition of - SR 339; HR 228
Bowling, Ella, Kentucky Teacher of the Year - HR 284
Career-ready, identify students as - HB 558
Caregiver affidavit, authority to make health and school decisions for children in care - SB 176; SB 176: SFA (1)
Charter school, requirements for - HB 85
Child
sexual abuse and assault, materials and policies, development of - HB 510
sexual abuse and assault, required training to recognize - HB 510
City classification system reform - HB 331; HB 331: HCS
Civic education, study of - HJR 48
Cloud computing service transparency and privacy standards, contract requirements for - SB 89: SCS, HCS
Commissioner
of education, appointment of - HB 285
of Education, required report by - HB 154; SB 89: HFA (6); SB 121: HFA (2); HB 154: HCS, HFA (6)
Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, prohibit use of - SB 224; HB 215
Computer programming language, qualification for foreign language requirement - SB 16; SB 16: SCS
Construction, prevailing wage, elimination of - HB 419
Continuing service contract, termination or suspension of - SB 168
CPR
training in high school, requirement for - HB 205
training in high school, students, waiver for - SB 89: HFA (1); HB 205: HCS
Data vendor transparency and privacy standards, contract requirements for - SB 224; HB 215
Days missed because of inclement weather, make up on day primary is held - HB 437
Department
of Education, Executive Orders 2013-389 and 2013-853 - HB 212
of Education, required reports - HB 154: HFA (3)
Diabetes, treatment in school settings - SB 30; HB 98; HB 98: SCS, HCS
District
funding, determination and disbursement of - HB 455
of innovation, student assessments, use of - HB 424
of innovation, student assessments, waive or modify - HB 424
Dr. Faurest Coogle, honoring - SR 62
Due process appeal procedures, hearing officer appeal - SB 169
Early
care and education provider rating system, time limitations on funding for - HB 332: HFA (1)
child care and education providers rating system, implementation of - HB 332; SB 121: HCS, HFA (1); HB 332: SCS
primary enrollment, differential tuition for, prohibition of - SB 193: SCS
primary enrollment, prohibit charging tuition for - SB 193
Education
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, David C. Whaley - SR 263
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Laura Lee Schneider - SR 262
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Mary John O'Hair - SR 261
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Shannon Treece - SR 260
Professional Standards Board, David C. Whaley, confirmation - SR 258
Professional Standards Board, Tolya L. Ellis, confirmation - SR 259
Educational rights and privacy, definitions for - HB 547
Emergency response plan, violent intruder, preparation of - HB 266
Employees, professional meetings, permit attendance - HB 383: HCS
Finance officers, required certification for - HB 154: SFA (1)
Financial
Literacy Commission, agencies recommending directors for - HB 223: HFA (1)
Literacy Commission, development of personal finance concepts, delete requirement for - HB 223: HCS
Literacy Commission, financial literacy education, development of - HB 223
Literacy Commission, formal review of finance standards, delete requirement for - HB 223: HCS
literacy course, required for high school graduation - HB 77
literacy course, required for high school graduation in existing curriculum - SB 165
literacy course, taught within existing curriculum - HB 77
literacy instruction, require for high school graduation - HB 77: HCS
literacy, include instruction in electronic commerce - HB 77: HFA (1)
literacy, required as a credit bearing course - HB 76
literacy, required course for high school graduation - HB 76
Forest Hill Military Academy, cadet education, honor commitment to - SR 109
Full-time
employees, health insurance contribution, eligibility for - HB 26
teachers, required nonteaching time - HB 202: HCS
Gender neutral language - HB 567
Gender-neutral language - SB 230
Green schools, benefits of - SR 60
Health Services, unlicensed technicians - HB 98: SCS
Hearing exam, school physicals - SB 32
High
School Sports, encouragment of trapshooting - HCR 11
school, extension of eligibility through age 21 - HB 254
Human
papillomavirus immunization, information requirement - HB 311: HFA (1)
papillomavirus immunization, requirement - HB 311
Incidents involving knives or firearms, reporting of - HB 121; HB 121: HCS
Income tax deduction, allow additional expenses as - HB 243
Instructional hours after June 6, 2014, waiver provided for - HB 211: CCR
Interscholastic
athletics, legislative review of rules, regulations, and bylaws of managing agency - HB 326
extracurricular activities, participation in - SB 161; HB 245
KEES, dual credit courses eligible for - SB 87; HB 196, 492
Kentucky
Association for Career and Technical Education, recognition of - HR 87
Board of Education, confirmation, Trevor R. Bonnstetter - SR 269
Board of Education, Grayson R. Boyd, confirmation - SR 268
School Boards Association, School Energy Managers Project, 2014 ENERGY STAR Partner - HR 261
Teachers' Retirement System, housekeeping bill - HB 333
Teachers' Retirement System, Housekeeping Bill - HB 333: SCS, SFA (1)
Learning opportunities for disabled students, Kentucky Board of Education, commendation for - HR 197
Local school board, minority member, appointment of - HB 511
Mandates on public schools, financial support for - SB 13
Mann Elementary, National Blue Ribbon School, honoring - SR 13
Music In Our Schools Month, proclaiming - SR 17; HR 203
Nonresident pupil policy, required adoption of - SB 173; HB 503
Persistently low-achieving schools, charter school option for - SB 211
Prevailing wage, educational buildings and facilities, exclusion of - HB 1: HFA (3)
Principal's spouse, employment of - SB 39
Protective orders, students, courts to review conditions - HB 8: HFA (3)
Public
assistance, high school or GED diploma required - HB 469
preschool, provide lottery funding for - HB 400
Public-funded program, definition of - HB 332: SFA (1)
Refugees
and legal aliens, provide educational services for - HB 79: SFA (1)
and legal aliens, services for - HB 79; HB 79: SCS
Religious
viewpoints, expression of by students - HB 435; HB 435: HFA (1)
viewpoints, student expression of - HB 426
Require public schools to be closed for Veterans Day - HB 113
Required nonteaching time, proportional reduction - HB 202: HFA (1)
Saturday instructional time, schools prohibited from - HB 211: CCR
School
activity fund regulations, exempt alumni associations from - HJR 78
administration, seizure medication - HB 98: SFA (2),(3)
and Head Start-based dental programs, Medicaid managed care reimbursement - SB 159; SB 159: SFA (1)
average daily attendance, nonresident pupils, inclusion of - SB 173; HB 503
board members, training requirements - HB 154: HFA (3)
board members, training requirements for - SB 89: HFA (6); SB 121: HFA (2); HB 154: SCS, HCS
calendar, adjustments to - SB 149; HB 219
calendar, election days, use of - HB 383: HCS
calendar, establish minimum requirements - HB 383; HB 211: SCS (1),(2)
calendar, inclusion of election days in - SB 149; HB 219
calendar, missed days, waiver of - HB 383: HCS
certified personnel, required qualifications for employment - HB 154: HFA (2)
emergency response plan, requirement to include violent intruder threats - HB 428
employees, required actions prior to employment - HB 154: HFA (5)
facilities emergency relief funds, establishment of - HB 565
facilities, creation of emergency and targeted Investment Fund for - HB 532
finance officer, required actions prior to employment - HB 154: HFA (4)
finance officers, certification of - HB 154: SCS
finance officers, required qualifications for employment - HB 154: HFA (1)
finance officers, required reports - HB 154: HFA (3)
finance officers, required reports of - HB 154; SB 89: HFA (6); SB 121: HFA (2); HB 154: HCS, HFA (6)
finance officers, training requirements for - HB 154; SB 89: HFA (6); SB 121: HFA (2); HB 154: SCS, HCS, HFA (6)
instructional days, provide waiver of - HB 410, 536; HB 211: SCS (1)
instructional hours, provide waiver of - HB 211: SCS (2)
instructional hours, required number of - HB 211: SCS (2)
meal program, access to same meal offering - HB 427
nurses, requirement for - HB 442
superintendents, training requirements for - SB 89: HFA (6); SB 121: HFA (2); HB 154: HCS
training, diabetes - HB 98: SFA (1),(2),(3)
School-based
decision making councils, meetings of - HB 59
decision making councils, parent member, residency requirements for - HB 111
decision making councils, teacher member, requirements for - HB 111
Schools, safety and discipline plans, requirement to report on - SB 200: SCS
SEEK funds, prohibition of withholding as a punitive measure - SB 55
Sexual abuse awareness and protection - SB 42
Smoking in school buildings, statewide prohibition - SB 117; HB 173; HB 123: SFA (1); HB 173: HFA (1),(2),(3),(4),(5)
Special
education, eligibility through end of school year in which student has 21st birthday - HB 254: SCS
education, extension of eligibility through age 21 - HB 254; HB 254: HCS
law enforcement officers employed by school districts, grants for - SB 192: SCS
Spencer County High FFA teams, honoring - SR 233
State agency children, reimbursement for services provided - HB 506
State/Executive Branch Budget, funding - HB 235: HFA (12)
Student
data, security of - HB 232: SCS
harassment, intimidation, cyberbullying, or bullying, protection from - HB 473
harassment, intimidation, cyberbullying, or bullying, reporting of incidents - HB 473
Substitute teacher, employment of - SB 39
Superintendents,
required training components - HB 75: SCS
required training, payment of - HB 75: SCS
training and assessment of - HB 75
Teacher tribunal, increase membership - HB 479
Teachers,
hiring of, preference given to regular certification - HB 20
new continuing contract status process, establishment of - SB 168
required nonteaching time - HB 202
retired, honoring - HJR 19
Trafficking near a school, specification of qualifying school buildings - SB 239
Unexpended SEEK funds, distribution and use of - HB 468
Veterans
Day, allow schools to be closed for - HB 113: HCS
Day, require open schools to commemorate - HB 113: HCS
Web vendor transparency and privacy standards, contract requirements for - SB 89
Web-based vendors, transparency and privacy standards for - HB 547
Winter holidays, celebration of - SB 126; HB 562

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