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Career and Technical Education Month, recognizing - SR 96
Academic content standards, local supplementation of - HB 33
Charter
schools, employees of - SB 8; HB 174
schools, qualifications of - SB 8: SCA (1)
Child abuse and neglect training, require school personnel be provided list of - HB 301: HFA (1),(2)
Civic education, study of - HJR 70
Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, prohibit use of - HB 33
Compensation increase, consideration of - HB 129
Computer
programming language, qualification for foreign language requirement - SB 16
science programming, enhancement and support of - SB 16: SCS
CPR training in high school, requirement for - HB 249
Early child care and education program providers rating system, implementation of - HB 234
Financial
literacy and economic education, teacher institute for - HB 193
literacy course, provide instruction in - SB 121
Gender-neutral
language - SB 205; HB 522, 539
language, insert - HB 520, 521
Home and hospital instruction visits, increase minimum requirement for - SB 101
Internal innovation option implementation required, when - HB 449
Interscholastic extracurricular activities, participation in - HB 21
Kentucky
Association for Career and Technical Education, recognition of - HR 107
Teachers' Retirement System, housekeeping bill - HB 500
Leaves of absence, compliance with - HB 75
Maximum class size, prohibit exceeding - HB 142
Nonteaching time, required - HB 376
Privacy of students, ensuring - SB 76
Religious
and political viewpoints, student expression of - SB 71; SB 71: SCS
viewpoints, expression of by students - HB 79
Retirement, forfeiture of pension benefits - SB 194
School
emergency response plan, requirement to include violent intruder threats - HB 341
intervention options, allow superintendent to select - SB 132
principal and council members, consultation with superintendent - SB 135
principal and council members, consultation with superintendent or designee - SB 135: SCS
start date, requirements for - SB 129
Special education, eligibility through end of school year in which student has 22nd birthday - SB 19
Student
assessments, school councils to determine - HB 313
privacy, ensuring - SB 76: SCS
representation in school governance, encouragement of - SCR 79; HCR 69
Targeted
focus schools, create intervention process for - HB 498
focus schools, require audit of - HB 498