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All Education Bills
Bill Patron Title
HB10 Ware High school graduation; requires passing score on select questions from U.S. Naturalization Test. View Comments
HB1007 Lovejoy Fentanyl education and awareness informational one-sheet; Department of Education to develop. View Comments
HB1009 Lovejoy High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of certain course credits. View Comments
HB1017 Wilt Minors admitted to inpatient treatment; discharge plans. View Comments
HB1024 Wilt Virginia Preservice Training for Child Care Staff; Department of Education shall review course. View Comments
HB1029 Runion Bath County and Augusta County School Boards; cost-savings agreements, requirements. View Comments
HB1039 Bennett-Parker Public elementary and secondary schools; possession and administration of undesignated glucagon. View Comments
HB1044 Rasoul Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; membership. View Comments
HB1051 Batten Public education; dual enrollment and concurrent enrollment, high school graduation. View Comments
HB1055 Knight Eastern VA Health Sciences Center at Old Dominion University, board of directors of; membership. View Comments
HB1076 Rasoul Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026. View Comments
HB1079 Coyner Early College Model Program; established. View Comments
HB1081 Coyner Public schools; changes to student instructional time in public elementary & secondary schools. View Comments
HB1083 Coyner VA Education & Workforce Longitudinal Data System; administration by Office of Education Economics. View Comments
HB1087 Coyner College and Career Ready Virginia Program and Fund; established, report. View Comments
HB1088 Carr Climate change and environmental literacy; instructional materials, model policies. View Comments
HB1089 Coyner Special education and related services; definitions, utilization of Virginia IEP. View Comments
HB1148 Cordoza School boards; employment of counsel. View Comments
HB1206 Scott, P.A. Obscene materials; modifies restrictions on purchase, distribution, exhibition, or loan. View Comments
HB121 Sullivan SOL; includes severe allergic reaction awareness training. View Comments
HB1212 Scott, P.A. Standards of Learning assessments; virtual assessment administration. View Comments
HB1221 Seibold Health education; menstrual education instruction permitted. View Comments
HB1231 Higgins JROTC; DOE to notify school boards of any federal legal obligation to participate in program. View Comments
HB1247 Maldonado Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students. View Comments
HB1277 Laufer Child care; background checks. View Comments
HB1279 Hayes School health entrance form; Departments of Education and Health to streamline. View Comments
HB131 Convirs-Fowler Learning needs dashboard; Department of Education shall continue to maintain, sunset date. View Comments
HB1317 Cole Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court. View Comments
HB1319 Kent Disorderly conduct; penalty. View Comments
HB134 Convirs-Fowler Opioids; educational materials concerning risks. View Comments
HB1342 Shin Higher educational institutions, certain baccalaureate public; on-campus student health centers. View Comments
HB1345 Anthony High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits. View Comments
HB1357 Marshall Advanced Learning and Research, Institute for; powers and duties. View Comments
HB1365 Carr Higher educational institutions, public; release of student transcripts. View Comments
HB1373 Ballard Roanoke Higher Education Authority; powers and duties, specialized noncredit workforce training. View Comments
HB1374 Ballard In-state tuition; eligibility for certain members of National Guard or Reserves of the Armed Forces. View Comments
HB1383 Milde Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court. View Comments
HB1384 Milde School boards; employment verification, requirement. View Comments
HB1385 Milde School boards; placement in alternative education programs; disclosure of certain information. View Comments
HB1445 Phillips New College Institute; duties. View Comments
HB145 Reid Virginia Teacher Residency Training Corps; established. View Comments
HB1451 Phillips Standards of Learning; assessments, eligibility for expedited retakes. View Comments
HB146 Tata Early childhood care and education; publicly funded providers, exemption from licensure. View Comments
HB1467 Laufer Higher educational institutions, baccalaureate public; expands membership of board of visitors. View Comments
HB1473 Clark Fentanyl education and awareness informational one-sheet; Department of Education to develop. View Comments
HB1477 Rasoul Public schools; student instructional time, competency-based education. View Comments
HB1504 Seibold School-connected overdose policies; guidelines, parental notification and response. View Comments
HB1505 Austin Intercollegiate athletics; student-athletes, compensation for name, image, or likeness. View Comments
HB1528 Cordoza School boards; bathroom check policy required. View Comments
HB163 Cole Higher educational institutions, public; student identification cards, emergency services website. View Comments
HB166 Keys-Gamarra Guidance and resources; composting programs in local school divisions. View Comments
HB168 Keys-Gamarra Homeless students; Dept. of Ed. to develop a resource document on supports and services. View Comments
HB181 Feggans School counselors; decreases public school staffing ratios. View Comments
HB187 Clark Teachers; process and timeline for increasing salary. View Comments
HB207 Simonds Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program; established, report. View Comments
HB211 Martinez Higher educational institutions, public; Dept. of Education to audit education preparation programs. View Comments
HB215 Watts High school students; development of Title IX and sexual harassment prevention training modules. View Comments
HB224 Henson Public schools; mental health awareness training. View Comments
HB253 Cole School boards; enrolled students present at meetings, public comment or citizen participation. View Comments
HB269 McQuinn Provisional (Career Switcher) License; special education. View Comments
HB271 Reid Public secondary schools; naloxone procurement, possession, and administration. View Comments
HB284 Thomas Teachers; criteria for initial renewable licensure for certain individuals. View Comments
HB328 Glass Interstate Teacher Mobility Compact; enters the Commonwealth into Compact. View Comments
HB355 Cole School employees; employment verification required. View Comments
HB358 Simonds Voluntary Registration Health and Safety Checklist; DOE to update. View Comments
HB359 Simonds Public school funding; nonpersonal cost categories, federal fund deduction methodology. View Comments
HB360 Simonds Public Instruction, Superintendent of; duties, fixed and actual school staffing ratios. View Comments
HB366 Reid Va. Nat'l Guard State Tuition Assistance Program; provisions relating to eligibility for grants. View Comments
HB386 Hernandez Public schools; increase staffing ratios for specialized student support positions. View Comments
HB398 McQuinn Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, etc. View Comments
HB407 Hernandez Child Care Subsidy Program; categorical eligibility for certain families. View Comments
HB408 Hernandez Child Care Subsidy Program vendors; basis for periodic reimbursement. View Comments
HB41 Green Standards of Learning; programs of instruction, civics education on local government. View Comments
HB419 Bulova Early childhood care and education system; need- and demand-based funding. View Comments
HB462 Runion Virginia Public School Construction Grants Program and Fund; revision of guidelines, etc. View Comments
HB475 Coyner Child care; background checks for applicants for employment, etc. View Comments
HB48 Helmer Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc. View Comments
HB485 Garrett School boards; employee criminal history records checks and applications, penalty for noncompliance. View Comments
HB486 Garrett Virginia Higher Education Scholarship Act Fund and Program; created and established. View Comments
HB497 Cohen Public secondary schools; naloxone procurement, possession, and administration. View Comments
HB498 Cohen School bd. policy; parental notification of responsibility of safe storage of firearms in household. View Comments
HB500 Cohen Standards of Learning; Board of Education to develop all assessments using (UDL) principles. View Comments
HB501 Cohen School building evacuation plans, policies, and protocols; students with mobility impairments. View Comments
HB506 Cohen Teachers for Tomorrow Grant Program; established. View Comments
HB507 Cohen Careers in Law Enforcement Incentive Grant Program; established. View Comments
HB508 Cohen Child day program employees and volunteers; background checks, dissemination of information. View Comments
HB509 Cohen Public institutions of higher education; policies; individuals with disabilities. View Comments
HB535 Keys-Gamarra Early childhood care and education; comprehensive review of certain findings and recommendations. View Comments
HB536 Cole Student bullying; adjusts definition, characteristics of victim. View Comments
HB538 Cole Virginia Student Environmental Literacy Plan Grant Fund and Program; established. View Comments
HB547 Walker Internet Safety Advisory Council; extends sunset date. View Comments
HB561 Askew Annual school safety audits; items to be reviewed. View Comments
HB563 Askew Classified instructional support staff; definition, procedure for adjusting grievances. View Comments
HB564 Askew Public schools; classified instructional support staff, competitive compensation, biennial review. View Comments
HB566 Askew SCHEV; membership to include representative of a historically black college or university. View Comments
HB571 Delaney Sexually explicit content; policies on parental notification of instructional material. View Comments
HB573 Henson Student safety and discipline; certain reports to school principals and division superintendents. View Comments
HB582 Simonds Public high schools; each school board to employ at least one career coach. View Comments
HB583 Simonds Public elementary school teachers; length of daily lunch breaks. View Comments
HB599 Simonds School boards; unexpended local funds, capital reserve fund permitted. View Comments
HB603 Price Public elementary and secondary schools; programs of instruction on mental health education. View Comments
HB615 Price Virginia STEM Education Advisory Board; purpose and duties, historically underrepresented students. View Comments
HB617 Price High school student-athletes; use of name, image, or likeness. View Comments
HB624 Rasoul Public school funding; ratios of instructional positions to English language learner students. View Comments
HB625 Rasoul Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc. View Comments
HB626 Rasoul Public schools; youth and community violence prevention, report. View Comments
HB632 Rasoul Teachers; regulations governing certain licenses and certificates. View Comments
HB647 Coyner Public education; student literacy measures. View Comments
HB654 Coyner Virginia Parent Data Portal; Board of Education to create and maintain. View Comments
HB659 Ballard Open school enrollment policies; guidance on best practices. View Comments
HB66 Campbell Public schools; fire drills, timing and frequency. View Comments
HB663 Tata School Divisions of Innovation; regulatory exemptions, clock hours of instruction. View Comments
HB675 Runion VA School for the Deaf & the Blind, Board of Visitors of the; authority to establish campus police. View Comments
HB676 Runion School resource officers; establishment of minimum employment qualifications prohibited. View Comments
HB677 Simonds Public Instruction, Superintendent of; employment of certified school library specialists. View Comments
HB686 Bennett-Parker School meals; availability at no cost to students. View Comments
HB690 O'Quinn Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions. View Comments
HB696 Tata Recovery high schools; establishment, authorization in certain Superintendents' regions. View Comments
HB700 Tata Certain individuals in foster care, etc.; parameters of higher education grants. View Comments
HB708 Maldonado National Teacher Certification Incentive Reward Program & Fund; eligibility, incentive grant awards. View Comments
HB713 Torian Higher educational institutions; campus safety and emergency preparedness training. View Comments
HB719 Reaser Public high schools; SOL curriculum guidelines for research-based hazing prevention instruction. View Comments
HB731 Sewell Teachers; renewable licenses, requirements, assessments. View Comments
HB732 Sewell Public elementary and secondary schools; policies and requirements relating to opioid antagonists. View Comments
HB739 Sewell Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure for certain child day programs. View Comments
HB752 Walker Threats of death or bodily injury to persons on school property; penalty. View Comments
HB761 Delaney Public school funding; certain calculations, support services positions. View Comments
HB777 Callsen Students, certain; enrollment and provision of free public education. View Comments
HB802 Rasoul Virginia Museum of Transportation; established. View Comments
HB825 Cousins At-Risk Program; established, public school funding. View Comments
HB827 Cousins On-campus food insecurity; SCHEV to survey institutions to determine how they are addressing issue. View Comments
HB828 Cousins Public schools; staffing ratios of teachers for English language learner students. View Comments
HB830 Cousins Farm to school programs Task Force; guidance and resources. View Comments
HB832 McQuinn Arts, Virginia Commission for the; reduces membership. View Comments
HB842 Austin School boards; expands availability of allowable alternatives for pupil transportation. View Comments
HB882 Earley Students; Department of Education's model policy on cell phone use during instructional time. View Comments
HB919 Srinivasan School boards; model memorandum of understanding, partnerships with certain mental health services. View Comments
HB936 LeVere Bolling Public school buildings; indoor air quality standards. View Comments
HB958 Lopez School boards; inclusion of enrolled students in work of boards. View Comments
HB963 Earley DOE; school board policy on excess food donation. View Comments
HB977 Keys-Gamarra Student transportation safety issues, certain; expeditious resolution of complaints. View Comments
HB979 Keys-Gamarra School boards; duties, appointment and employment of division superintendents, oversight. View Comments
HB98 Green Public secondary schools; satisfaction in physical education requirement, participation in Jr. ROTC. View Comments
HB980 Tran Higher ed. institutions; students who report acts of hazing or bullying, referral for support. View Comments
HB981 Willett Higher ed. institutions, public; tuition and financial aid, dependency override application form. View Comments
HB984 Tran Early childhood care & education; expansion of Head Start prog. availability at community colleges. View Comments
SB104 Lucas Competitive teacher compensation; required to be at or above national average. View Comments
SB105 Lucas Elementary and secondary education achievement; At-Risk Program established. View Comments
SB13 Favola Child day programs; use of office buildings, waiver of zoning requirements. View Comments
SB142 Ruff Public school teachers; licensure requirements, issuance of a one-year local eligibility license. View Comments
SB159 Boysko Higher Education for Virginia, State Council of; membership. View Comments
SB181 Rouse Public elementary and secondary schools; cardiac emergency response plans required. View Comments
SB199 Diggs High school graduation requirements; satisfaction of elective course credits. View Comments
SB21 Salim Students w/disabilities; SCHEV to study process used to determine eligibility for accommodations. View Comments
SB220 Favola Special education and related services; changes relating to services for children with disabilities. View Comments
SB225 Pekarsky School bd. policy; parental notification of responsibility of safe storage of firearms in household. View Comments
SB235 Hashmi Sexually explicit content; policies on parental notification of instructional material. View Comments
SB272 Hashmi English language learner expenditures, etc.; DOE to develop and implement data collection process. View Comments
SB28 Stanley School boards; powers and duties, policies regarding cell phones and other handheld devices. View Comments
SB283 Roem School meals; community eligibility provision, report. View Comments
SB300 Rouse Voter registration; list maintenance activities, required identification information. View Comments
SB314 Roem Farm to School Program Task Force; Department of Education to establish. View Comments
SB352 Peake Teachers; changes to provisions relating to licensure and certification, reciprocity. View Comments
SB379 Boysko Public high schools; SOL curriculum guidelines for research-based hazing prevention instruction. View Comments
SB420 Head Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; Board of Visitors, expands membership, powers & duties. View Comments
SB433 Suetterlein SLIFE; Board of Education to develop and adopt policies related to supporting students. View Comments
SB435 Suetterlein Education, Board of; through-year growth assessment system, alternatives during 2024-2026. View Comments
SB441 Durant School boards; employment verification, requirement. View Comments
SB443 Durant Public schools; transfer and management of scholastic records, disclosure of information in court. View Comments
SB444 Durant School boards; placement in alternative education programs; disclosure of certain information. View Comments
SB46 VanValkenburg Higher educational institutions, public; admissions applications, legacy admissions, etc. View Comments
SB474 Obenshain School Construction Fund and Program; definitions. View Comments
SB484 Aird Public schools; youth and community violence prevention. View Comments
SB498 Carroll Foy School-connected overdoses; policies relating to parental notification and response, requirements. View Comments
SB506 Surovell Higher educational institutions, public; duties and powers of governing board. View Comments
SB54 Locke Early childhood care and education system; unspent funding balances, report. View Comments
SB575 Obenshain Discharge plans; copies to public elementary and secondary schools. View Comments
SB586 Pekarsky Public elementary and secondary schools; student discipline, restorative disciplinary practices. View Comments
SB60 Favola Individualized education program; guidelines for teams relating to age-appropriate instruction. View Comments
SB608 Aird Community Schools, Office of; established within Department of Education, etc. View Comments
SB613 Pillion Higher educational institutions; campus safety, governing board of certain educational institutions. View Comments
SB624 Lucas Public education; student literacy measures. View Comments
SB702 Subramanyam Early childhood care and education; exemption from licensure. View Comments
SB707 Subramanyam Public middle schools and high schools; career and technical education organizations permitted. View Comments
SB726 Pillion Public schools; opioid antagonist procurement, possession, and administration. View Comments

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