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All Education Bills
Bill Patron Title
HB1736 Adams, D.M. School nurses; nursing services in a public elementary or secondary school. View Comments
HB1776 Ward Education, Board of; temporary extension of certain teachers' licenses. View Comments
HB1790 McNamara Public schools; severe weather conditions and other emergency situations. View Comments
HB1798 Tyler Brunswick County school board; appointed school board salaries. View Comments
HB1823 Askew Public schools, child day programs, and certain other programs; carbon monoxide detectors required. View Comments
HB1827 Austin Education, Board of; geographic representation of members. View Comments
HB1865 Delaney Kindergarten through grade 3; reading intervention services for certain students. View Comments
HB1885 Simonds Comprehensive review of computer science standards, etc., in public schools; DOE to perform, report. View Comments
HB1904 Jenkins Teachers and other licensed school board employees; cultural competency. View Comments
HB1905 Cole, J.G. Economic education and financial literacy required in middle and high school grades; employment. View Comments
HB1915 Mugler Teachers; required to be compensated at or above national average. View Comments
HB1918 Mugler Student driver safety; driver education program shall include dangers of speeding. View Comments
HB1929 Aird Standards of Quality; work-based learning and principal mentorship, teacher leaders and mentors. View Comments
HB1930 Aird Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications criminal history questions. View Comments
HB1940 Rasoul Students; guidelines on excused student absences, civic or political engagement. View Comments
HB1975 Rush Higher educational institutions, public; tuition and mandatory fee waivers, survivors of sex crimes. View Comments
HB1980 Reid Enslaved Ancestors College Access Scholarship and Memorial Program; established, report. View Comments
HB1986 Bulova George Mason University; management agreement with the Commonwealth. View Comments
HB1998 Murphy Public schools; lock-down drills, annual requirement. View Comments
HB2013 Roem School boards; board policy for students unable to pay for a meal at school. View Comments
HB2019 McQuinn Public elementary and secondary schools; administration of undesignated stock albuterol inhalers. View Comments
HB2027 Coyner Standards of Learning; reading and mathematics assessments for grades three through eight. View Comments
HB2058 Simonds Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; established, report. View Comments
HB2093 O'Quinn School Construction Fund and Program; created and established. View Comments
HB2105 Bulova Early childhood education; quality rating and improvement system participation. View Comments
HB2117 VanValkenburg Children's Services Act; funds expended special education programs. View Comments
HB2119 Keam Student driver education program; parent/student component exemption. View Comments
HB2120 Keam Higher educational institutions, public; governing boards, meetings, input, and disclosures. View Comments
HB2123 Lopez Students; eligibility for in-state tuition. View Comments
HB2135 Roem School boards, certain; participation in the Afterschool Meal Program. View Comments
HB2176 Torian School board policies; abusive work environments, definitions. View Comments
HB2182 Wilt Traumatic brain injury; definition. View Comments
HB2204 Filler-Corn Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Fund and Program; established. View Comments
HB2211 Plum Individualized education programs; identification of necessary additional services and referrals. View Comments
HB2238 Kory Licensed private schools for students with disabilities; accreditation. View Comments
HB2277 Bell Children with disabilities, certain; one-year high school extensions permitted. View Comments
HB2299 Carr Special education; training for school divisions on developing IEPs for children w/ disabilities. View Comments
HB2305 Tyler Governor's Schools; Board of Education to issue guidance on the governance of academic year. View Comments
HB2314 Mugler Special education; Bd. of Education to amend certain regulation. View Comments
HB2316 Mundon King Students w/ disabilities; Dept. of Education to update its special education and related services. View Comments
SB1106 Stanley Public School Assistance Fund and Program; created. View Comments
SB1132 Suetterlein Public schools; severe weather conditions and other emergency situations. View Comments
SB1169 Norment High school student parking passes; valid driver's license or driver privilege card required. View Comments
SB1175 Ruff Brunswick County school board; appointed school board salaries. View Comments
SB1190 Kiggans Health Standards of Learning; advanced directive education for high school students. View Comments
SB1196 Locke Teachers and other licensed school board employees; cultural competency. View Comments
SB1204 Barker George Mason University; management agreement with the Commonwealth. View Comments
SB1225 Boysko Broadband services; school boards to appropriate funds for expansion of services for education. View Comments
SB1257 McClellan SOQ; school board to provide at least three specialized student support positions. View Comments
SB1288 Dunnavant Special education; Department of and the Board of Education to develop new policies and procedures. View Comments
SB1303 Dunnavant Local school divisions; availability of virtual and in-person learning to all students. View Comments
SB1313 Mason Children's Services Act; funds expended special education programs. View Comments
SB1322 DeSteph Public schools; seizure management and action plans, biennial training, effective date. View Comments
SB1357 Dunnavant Through-year growth assessment system; Board of Education shall establish. View Comments
SB1387 Boysko Students; eligibility for in-state tuition. View Comments
SB1401 Pillion Standards of Learning; reduces total number & type of required assessments to minimum requirements. View Comments
SB1401 Pillion Standards of Learning; reduces total number & type of required assessments to minimum requirements. View Comments
SB1405 Saslaw Get Skilled, Get a Job, Give Back (G3) Fund and Program; established. View Comments
SB1439 McClellan Students; guidelines on excused student absences, civic engagement. View Comments

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