§18-2-5. Powers and duties generally; specific powers and duties for alternatives that improve student learning.
§18-2-5c. Birth certificate required upon admission to public school; required notice to local law-enforcement agency of missing children.
§18-2-6. Classification and standardization of schools; standards for degrees and diplomas; certificates of proficiency; establishment of alternative education programs.
§18-2-6b. General Educational Development (GED) diploma; legislative findings and intent; examination costs; testing materials and procedures; report required.
§18-2-7e. Business and community partnerships for improving student engagement and preparation; roles of school district leadership and local school improvement councils; future-ready graduate profile.
§18-2-12. Computer science courses of instruction; learning standards; state board plan development.
§18-2-13b. Additional authority of state Board of Education concerning revenue bonds for dormitories, homes or refectories.
§18-2-13f. Responsibility for administration and provision of educational services in state correctional institutions.
§18-2-13g. Procedure for contracting with insurers; licensing of insurer; exemption of certain insurers from premium and annuity taxes.
§18-2-13h. Provision of educational services for school-age juveniles placed in residential facilities for custody and treatment.
§18-2-14. Reports by state Board of Education, state commissioner of public institutions, and chief officers of state educational institutions to Auditor.
§18-2-16. Establishment and operation of state camp and conference center; rental thereof; expenditures; gifts and donations; county court may erect and equip buildings.
§18-2-16a. Construction of buildings and recreational facilities at state camp and conference center; charges for use; financing by revenue bonds or notes permissible; trustee for holders of bonds or notes; contents of trust agreement.
§18-2-16b. State camp and conference center; property transferred; powers and duties of Commissioner of Agriculture.
§18-2-24. Collaboration of state institutions of higher education having a teacher preparation program with the Center for Professional Development, state board and the regional education service agencies.
§18-2-25. Authority of county boards to regulate athletic and other extracurricular activities of secondary schools; delegation of authority to West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission; authority of commission; approval of rules by state board; incorporation; funds; participation by private and parochial schools and by home-schooled students.
§18-2-25a. Management of concussions and head injuries in athletics at West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission member high school or middle school.
§18-2-34. High school diplomas for surviving veterans of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam Conflict.
§18-2-42. Providing career and technical education program information to students and parents; transcript of post-secondary credit; career technical education student participation in graduation ceremony.
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