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Bill Status - 2002 Regular Session

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There are 107 Bills pending in House Education

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Date

SB 83Allowing president of state board of education to serve two consecutive terms01/22/02
SB 98Providing moving expenses for teachers who meet certain criteria 03/04/02
SB 710Amending required qualifications for superintendent of schools02/26/02
HB 2003Relating to votes by members at meetings of local school improvement council boards01/09/02
HB 2020Tuition and fee waivers for persons enrolled at state institutions of higher education who wish to audit courses or classes01/09/02
HB 2038Requiring schools to include instruction on voter education, civic leadership and the democratic process01/09/02
HB 2051Definition and pay grade of plumber III in the school service pay scale01/09/02
HB 2054Revising the school aid formula01/09/02
HB 2055Increasing the number of allowable personal leave days without cause for county board of education employees01/09/02
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 employees01/09/02
HB 2072Relating to armed assault upon school property or against school personnel or students01/09/02
HB 2087Relating to the rate of pay for substitute teachers01/09/02
HB 2088Establishing a school of pharmacy at Marshall University01/09/02
HB 2091Prohibiting block scheduling in schools01/09/02
HB 2092Implementing a religious education program in the public schools01/09/02
HB 2116Requiring students to maintain a 1.0 minimum grade point average to avoid a driver's license suspension01/09/02
HB 2145Criminal penalty for willful violation of school employee rights01/09/02
HB 2165Establishing a secure residential school for juvenile status offenders01/09/02
HB 2170Granting additional compensation to education employees who work a shift other than day shift01/09/02
HB 2173Relating generally to school personnel01/09/02
HB 2183Faculty status for professional librarians01/09/02
HB 2184Providing a state flag to every public school in the state01/09/02
HB 2233Providing additional hourly pay for classroom teachers for duties assigned to them outside their regular schedule01/09/02
HB 2234Providing that the annual salary increment increase applies to thirty years of experience for higher education employees01/09/02
HB 2245Increasing the state minimum salary increments for certain professional educators01/09/02
HB 2247Mandating the school building authority to request an appropriation for school construction in growth counties01/09/02
HB 2260Granting waivers to sparsely populated counties for relief from the ratio limitations on state funding of professional educators01/09/02
HB 2266Providing a pay increase for school bus operators01/09/02
HB 2269Providing a tax credit for educational expenses incurred for school age children01/09/02
HB 2270Distribution of moneys by the school building authority01/09/02
HB 2297Requiring county boards of education to conduct a criminal background check through the FBI in addition to the State Criminal Investigation Bureau01/09/02
HB 2306Increasing the years of increments in the salary schedule for teachers01/09/02
HB 2320Relating to seniority and posting of higher education classified job vacancies01/09/02
HB 2337Reducing the classroom size in which students with exceptional needs are served01/09/02
HB 2381Establishing a procedure for collective bargaining by public school employees01/09/02
HB 2395Reimbursement to institutions of higher education for expenditures in the provision of services to students with disabilities01/09/02
HB 2444Increasing salaries of principals and assistant principals and providing salary reduction procedures01/09/02
HB 2449Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistants01/09/02
HB 2461Graduate school opportunities for individuals receiving rehabilitative services01/09/02
HB 2487Providing an increase in pay grade for certain kindergarten aides01/09/02
HB 2523Requiring county school boards to employ one school nurse for every one thousand pupils01/09/02
HB 2554Providing for the teaching of creation science and evolution science on an equal basis in the public schools01/09/02
HB 2557Providing a salary increase for aides employed in kindergarten classes with more than twenty students01/09/02
HB 2564Relating to offering guidance and methods to protect students from harassment or threatening behavior of other students01/09/02
HB 2568Providing for a regional pay differential for teachers and principals in certain counties01/09/02
HB 2578Relating to the posting of vacancies in personnel positions in public schools01/09/02
HB 2745Relating to the teaching of art and music in the public schools01/09/02
HB 2750Providing a two-tiered personal income tax credit for parents who provide home schooling01/09/02
HB 2758Increasing the foundation allowances for professional educators and service personnel01/09/02
HB 2773Teachers and substitute teachers as professional educators and addressing the critical need and shortage thereof01/09/02
HB 2887Indoor Air Quality In Schools Act01/09/02
HB 2914Salary increases for school service employees based upon residential housing costs01/09/02
HB 2919Requiring school boards to hire at least one psychologist and one nurse for every one thousand students 01/09/02
HB 2949Revising mediation procedures and authorizing arbitration for public employee grievance procedures01/09/02
HB 2979Requiring county boards of education to make available reasons and data regarding any school closure or consolidation01/09/02
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 property01/09/02
HB 2997Relating to providing dental clinics in public schools01/09/02
HB 2998Providing certain rights to RESA employees01/09/02
HB 3010Providing for the use of neck braces by football players01/09/02
HB 3058Raising the school dropout age from sixteen to eighteen01/09/02
HB 3059Modifying the definition of net enrollment to include certain adults in family literacy programs01/09/02
HB 3072Authorizing colleges and universities to charge county boards of education for remedial education courses attended by West Virginia graduates01/09/02
HB 3073Pay incentives for teachers who teach in their core field degree01/09/02
HB 3074Exempting certain college and university students from state income tax01/09/02
HB 3075Requiring the teaching of the values of the ten commandments in public schools01/09/02
HB 3077Requiring boards of education to follow statutory guidelines as to cooks to meals served ratio01/09/02
HB 3111Creation of school-based community centers01/09/02
HB 3112Requiring state residents attending school out-of-state to verify school attendance directly with the division of motor vehicles01/09/02
HB 3133Providing assistance to county school boards in addressing issues related to cultural diversity, civil rights and unlawful discrimination01/09/02
HB 3134Providing speech-language pathologists and audiologists in public schools01/09/02
HB 3178Creating the Great Family Literacy Act and establishing a voluntary checkoff on income tax returns to help fund the program01/09/02
HB 3227Requirements for PROMISE scholarships01/09/02
HB 3236Relating to county school superintendent permits01/09/02
HB 3250Providing an annual salary supplement to speech-language pathologists and audiologists01/09/02
HB 4037Abolishing the distinguished professors endowment fund and the eminent scholars endowment trust acts01/15/02
HB 4041Relating generally to school counselors01/16/02
HB 4045Establishing a minimum salary supplement for certain speech-language pathology or audiology personnel01/16/02
HB 4056Limiting absences of school principals from school duties to attend the principals academy01/16/02
HB 4080Increasing salaries for teachers and school service personnel01/17/02
HB 4102Relating to driving experience of school transportation supervisors01/21/02
HB 4108Revising the school aid formula01/21/02
HB 4150Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistant principals01/24/02
HB 4154Relating generally to public education01/24/02
HB 4267Requiring school boards to employ at least one school psychologist and one school nurse for every one thousand students01/28/02
HB 4276Changing the name of West Virginia State College to West Virginia State University01/28/02
HB 4280Prohibiting teachers and other school personnel from recommending that children receive psychiatric care or mind altering medication01/29/02
HB 4292Increasing teacher salaries01/29/02
HB 4329Amending provisions relating to the award and distribution of moneys from the school building authority01/31/02
HB 4330Mandating guidelines for full-day and half-day cooks at schools01/31/02
HB 4344Relating to public education generally01/31/02
HB 4356Requiring schools to post and make available to the public the schedules of teachers and staff02/01/02
HB 4360Creating a new school service personnel classification known as executive secretary and coordinator of board services02/01/02
HB 4372Imposing an additional one percent severance tax on natural resources to create and fund the education excellence fund02/04/02
HB 4373Relating generally to education and school personnel02/04/02
HB 4377Increasing school service personnel employees by one pay grade after ten years of employment02/04/02
HB 4397Including spouses and children of officers killed in the line of duty among those eligible for free tuition at state colleges02/05/02
HB 4411Prohibiting school personnel from recommending the use of schedule II drugs for pupils02/05/02
HB 4495Requiring driver education courses to provide a motorcycle awareness component02/14/02
HB 4499Reimbursing school psychologists for expenses and adding a supplement to the state minimum salary02/15/02
HB 4503Reclassifying school cooks and providing additional pay02/15/02
HB 4519Authorizing an exemption from standardized testing for children receiving an exemption from compulsory school attendance and who attend church school02/18/02
HB 4549Removing the teaching status preference in certification of athletic coaches in public schools02/20/02
HB 4605Requiring the school building authority to promulgate rules for testing and correcting systems in new and renovated schools02/22/02
HB 4608Allowing a nonresident person whose natural parents both graduated from a state university or college to pay the resident tuition rate02/22/02
HB 4609Increasing the pay for school personnel for asbestos removal02/22/02
HB 4612Relating to the county board selecting a student assistance team chairperson prior to the beginning of each school year02/22/02
HB 4623Increasing the number of members on the higher education policy commission to eleven02/22/02
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