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There are 93 Bills pending in House Education

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Date

SB 457Relating to selection of school athletic coaches or other extracurricular activities coaches03/03/15
HB 2007Requiring CPR to be taught in the public school system01/14/15
HB 2014West Virginia Public Charter Schools Act of 201501/14/15
HB 2020Relating to requirements for PROMISE scholarships01/14/15
HB 2032Increasing salary increments paid to principals and assistant principals01/14/15
HB 2056Making clear that the Pledge of Allegiance said each instructional day in West Virginia public schools shall include the phrase "one nation under God."01/14/15
HB 2058Providing for the use of neck braces by football players01/15/15
HB 2077Requiring county boards of education to provide released time for professional educators and service personnel when serving in an elected municipal or county office01/15/15
HB 2082Requiring county boards of education to employ a certified library media specialist in each county school01/15/15
HB 2094Creating an environmental awareness program in the West Virginia School system01/19/15
HB 2107Relating to required courses of school instruction generally01/20/15
HB 2112Providing that school nutrition plans include take home meals for low income students01/20/15
HB 2118Relating to school nutrition standards during a state of emergency or state of preparedness02/18/15
HB 2123Requiring students to attend school until the age of eighteen01/20/15
HB 2146Allowing a public school's recognition of, and education, regarding traditional winter celebrations01/20/15
HB 2155Increasing pay to teachers and service personnel01/20/15
HB 2156Relating to the State Board of Education01/20/15
HB 2163Increasing salaries for school service personnel01/21/15
HB 2164Providing pay increases for teachers and counselors01/21/15
HB 2183Relating to salary increase for school personnel01/21/15
HB 2184Discontinuing the use of common core standards and assessments in the state01/21/15
HB 2188Relating to compulsory school attendance01/21/15
HB 2194Relating to the School Building Authority01/21/15
HB 2228Modifying the funding ratio of school students to counselors01/22/15
HB 2250Allowing parents or the school to serve sweets during the holidays if the school receives parental or guardian consent01/23/15
HB 2261Requiring automated external defibrillators in public schools01/23/15
HB 2267Authorizing a county school board to adopt a policy that allows an inspirational message01/23/15
HB 2270Protecting academic freedom in higher education01/23/15
HB 2271Relating to state control of county schools01/23/15
HB 2372Relating to school calendars01/26/15
HB 2388Requiring the State Board of Education to cause school buses to be equipped with safety belts01/27/15
HB 2392Adding flexibility for use of certain public school support plan amounts01/27/15
HB 2412Relating to disclosure of sex offender registration to public and private elementary and secondary schools and institutions of higher education01/27/15
HB 2413Providing pay rates for teachers and other personnel employed by county boards of education and institutions of higher education for work assignments outside of regular school days01/27/15
HB 2414Permitting a salary increase for certain kindergarten aides and early childhood classroom assistant teachers01/27/15
HB 2422Removing the requirement that home schooled students have to acquire a general equivalency degree (GED) in order to qualify for the promise scholarship01/27/15
HB 2425Requiring a test that is identical to the civics portion of the naturalization test in order to graduate from high school or obtain a General Educational Development (GED) diploma01/27/15
HB 2438Increasing the educational increment for school service personnel01/27/15
HB 2442Relating to employment of retired teachers as substitutes in areas of critical need and shortage for substitutes01/27/15
HB 2443Relating to required instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid in public school health education subjects01/27/15
HB 2446Permitting the possession of firearms on the grounds of higher education institutions by all persons with valid licenses01/28/15
HB 2451Providing that recess periods or other such time allocated for student physical activity during the regular class day may not be reduced01/28/15
HB 2453Relating to educational benefits for dependents of deceased or disabled veterans01/28/15
HB 2458Prohibiting school employees from promoting abortion01/28/15
HB 2465Authorizing the election of and specifying qualifications for nonappointed members of the West Virginia Board of Education01/28/15
HB 2470Relating to nursing education faculty01/28/15
HB 2486Relating to school curricular standards and assessments01/28/15
HB 2491Requiring the State Board of Education to conduct a study and periodically publish starting salary schedules for new hire teachers01/28/15
HB 2499Making available elective courses on the history of the old and new testaments of the bible01/29/15
HB 2510Relating to school celebrations, recognition programs and events02/13/15
HB 2513Relating to school personnel, employment term and class titles of service personnel and definitions01/29/15
HB 2516Awarding of a posthumous high school diploma to parents of a high school senior who dies during the senior year; "Todd's Law"01/30/15
HB 2528Providing scholarships for certain former coal miners02/02/15
HB 2530Establishing a Library Facilities Improvement Fund 02/02/15
HB 2563Requiring the State Superintendent of Schools to be elected on a nonpartisan basis02/02/15
HB 2564Relating to school curricular standards and assessments02/02/15
HB 2567Electing members of county school boards on a nonpartisan basis in general elections only02/02/15
HB 2572Allowing certain county boards of education to operate their schools on a four-day school week02/03/15
HB 2577Consolidating purchasing by county boards of education02/03/15
HB 2579Allowing a tax deduction for all prepaid tuition contracts or college savings plan02/03/15
HB 2582Requiring the State Board of Education to cause school buses to be equipped with safety belts02/04/15
HB 2594Requiring that all higher education institutions in the state award credit to transfer students for similar courses completed at a different institution02/04/15
HB 2599Exempting personal income earned by individuals working as teachers at primary and secondary schools from personal income tax02/04/15
HB 2617Lengthening the residency requirement necessary to be eligible for the PROMISE Scholarship02/05/15
HB 2623Establishing guidelines and materials to inform and educate students, parents and coaches about the nature and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest02/05/15
HB 2642Reducing personnel employed by the West Virginia Department of Education02/06/15
HB 2672Requiring that public schools provide facilities for students of all faiths and religions to have a place of fellowship, prayer and worship02/09/15
HB 2685Relating to eligible uses of prepaid tuition plans generally02/10/15
HB 2690Relating to student safety on higher education campuses02/11/15
HB 2725Permitting playground facilities to be part of a school construction project02/13/15
HB 2749Relating to the secondary schools athletic commission02/13/15
HB 2774Relating to public school standards and assessments02/16/15
HB 2786Prohibiting transfers of school personnel to other positions under certain conditions02/17/15
HB 2788Providing school days to register and transport students to vote02/17/15
HB 2799Requiring all high schools to teach fetal development02/18/15
HB 2815Authorizing certain state institutions of higher education to invest unlimited funds with their respective nonprofit foundations02/19/15
HB 2824Requiring the instruction in penmanship and writing in cursive in all public, private, parochial and denominational schools02/19/15
HB 2837Increasing pay to teachers and service personnel by one percent a year, for three years02/20/15
HB 2842Establishing a four year pilot program to have social workers in public schools, from prekindergarten through the elementary school02/20/15
HB 2843Requiring school bus aides, who are trained in preventing bullying and providing a safe environment for students while being transported on a school bus, to be present on school buses02/20/15
HB 2848Requiring the Board of Education to implement a comprehensive drug awareness program in grades K through 1202/20/15
HB 2866Establishing legislative findings, providing physical education and physical activity requirements for physical education classes in schools02/20/15
HB 2870Granting tax credits for parents and legal guardians whose children are in a home schooling program or private school02/20/15
HB 2894Providing tax breaks for employers assisting employees paying student loans02/24/15
HB 2905Relating to athletic coaches in public schools02/24/15
HB 2923Relating to complaints by school bus drivers, against drivers who illegally pass or overtake a school bus02/24/15
HB 2935Relating to public education higher education personnel generally02/24/15
HB 2954Expanding the promise scholarship to technical and community college students02/24/15
HB 2960Permitting county boards of education to develop emergency preparedness drills in schools02/24/15
HB 2972Requiring the accumulation of one and one-half years of instruction in the study of the Declaration of Independence and other founding American historical documents02/24/15
HB 2973Relating to public higher education procurement and payment generally02/24/15
HB 2981Relating to purchase of service credit following transfer to the State Teachers Retirement System02/24/15
HB 2986Increasing pay to teachers02/24/15
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