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§18-1-1 Definitions.
§18-1-2 School year.
§18-1-3 Scope of school district; abolition of magisterial school districts, etc., and independent districts.
§18-1-4 Vision 2020: An Education Blueprint for Two Thousand Twenty.
§18-2-1 Creation; composition; appointment, qualifications, terms and removal of members; offices.
§18-2-2 Repealed
§18-2-3 Meetings; compensation and expenses of members.
§18-2-4 Organization; appointment, compensation and duties of secretary.
§18-2-5 Powers and duties generally; public school entrance age; "public schools" not to include kindergartens.
§18-2-5a Board rules to be filed with Legislature.
§18-2-5b Medicaid eligible children; school health services advisory committee.
§18-2-5c Birth certificate required upon admission to public school; required notice to local law-enforcement agency of missing children.
§18-2-5d Duty of board to report guidelines for productive and safe schools.
§18-2-5e Higher education participation in development and use of public education assessments.
§18-2-5f Use of student social security numbers.
§18-2-5g Duty to receive and submit summary of policy modifications and annual reports.
§18-2-6 Classification and standardization of schools; standards for degrees and diploma; certificates of proficiency; establishment of alternative education programs.
§18-2-6a Sale of healthy beverages and soft drinks in schools.
§18-2-6b Repealed
§18-2-6c Repealed
§18-2-7 Courses of study; language of instruction.
§18-2-7a Legislative findings; required physical education; program in physical fitness.
§18-2-7b Programs in drug prevention and violence reduction.
§18-2-7c Program in personal finance.
§18-2-8 Course of study in fire prevention.
§18-2-8a Hunter safety orientation program.
§18-2-9 Required courses of instruction; violation and penalty.
§18-2-10 Certificates and awards.
§18-2-11 Sabbatical leaves for teachers and certain aides.
§18-2-12 Repealed
§18-2-13 Character education integration.
§18-2-13a Control of property and business affairs of state educational institutions.
§18-2-13b Additional authority of state board of education concerning revenue bonds for dormitories, homes or refectories.
§18-2-13c Payroll deductions for employees' participation in group insurance plans.
§18-2-13d Marshall University.
§18-2-13e Transfer of property for the use of Marshall University.
§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.
§18-2-15 Report to governor and Legislature.
§18-2-15a Comprehensive study of regional education service agencies.
§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 n
§18-2-17 Pilot program for delivery of leftover prepared foods from schools and penal institutions to the homeless and needy; commission for distribution of surplus foods; powers and duties; definitio
§18-2-18 Study on fluctuating staff in schools with a high percentage of at-risk students.
§18-2-19 Repealed
§18-2-20 Repealed
§18-2-21 Repealed
§18-2-22 Repealed
§18-2-23 Comprehensive educational programs; standards, etc.; evaluation and approval; allocation and distribution of funds; distribution of excess funds.
§18-2-23a Annual professional staff development goals established by State Board; coordination of professional development programs; program development, approval and evaluation.
§18-2-24 Collaboration of state institutions of higher education having a teacher preparation program with the Center for Professional Development 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; aut
§18-2-26 Establishment of multicounty regional educational service agencies; purpose; authority of state board; governance; annual performance standards.
§18-2-27 Authority to contract for programs, services and facilities.
§18-2-28 Repealed
§18-2-29 Competitive grant program for selected schools and school districts.
§18-2-30 Statewide curriculum technology resource center established; distribution of materials by regional educational service agencies.
§18-2-31 Plan for automatic cost of living adjustments.
§18-2-32 Strategic staff development fund.
§18-2-33 Rules for antihazing.
§18-2-34 High school diplomas for surviving World War I, World War II, Korean Conflict, and Vietnam Conflict veterans.
§18-2-35 Dress codes requiring school uniforms for students.
§18-2-36 Programs to strengthen student learning ability.
§18-2-37 State Board study on flood insurance and general property insurance.
§18-2A-1 Definition; adoption groups; adoption schedule.
§18-2A-2 Request for samples and bids; deposit by bidder; selection, approval and publication of multiple list.
§18-2A-3 Disposition of and requests for samples.
§18-2A-4 Execution of contracts; bond.
§18-2A-5 Selection by county boards; school curriculum teams.
§18-2A-6 Retail prices; limitation on profit; violation; penalty.
§18-2A-7 Exchange privilege; use of supplementary items; state- approved depositories authorized.
§18-2A-8 Textbooks, instructional materials, or learning technologies must be approved and listed; when changes may be effected; rules.
§18-2A-9 Gifts and bribes to influence adoption of books, instructional materials or learning technologies a felony; penalty.
§18-2B-1 Aims and purposes of program; areas where available.
§18-2B-2 State board of vocational education; authority to establish programs, etc., until July 1, 1990; Joint Commission for Vocational-Technical-Occupational Education; state board of education and
§18-2B-2a Withdrawal from multi-county vocational center prohibited.
§18-2B-3 Area vocational education program funds.
§18-2B-4 Expenditure of funds.
§18-2B-5 Title to property.
§18-2B-6 Repealed
§18-2B-7 Transportation of students.
§18-2B-8 Consulting committees.
§18-2C-1 Legislative findings.
§18-2C-2 Definitions.
§18-2C-3 Policy prohibiting harassment, intimidation or bullying.
§18-2C-4 Immunity.
§18-2C-5 Policy training and education.
§18-2C-6 Liability.
§18-2D-1 Legislative findings and purpose.
§18-2D-2 Definition.
§18-2D-3 Implementation and operation of programs.
§18-2D-4 County boards of education authorized to participate.
§18-2E-1 Legislative purpose.
§18-2E-1a Assessment and accountability programs; duties of the state board.
§18-2E-3 Repealed
§18-2E-3a Honors and advanced placement programs.
§18-2E-3b Placement advisory committee established.
§18-2E-3c Summer school READS grant program created; legislative findings and purpose of section.
§18-2E-3d Summer school MATH grant program created; legislative findings and purpose of section.
§18-2E-3e Repealed
§18-2E-3f Building the basics early childhood curriculum; legislative findings; state board rule.
§18-2E-3g Special demonstration professional development school project for improving academic achievement.
§18-2E-4 Better schools accountability; school, school district and statewide school report cards.
§18-2E-4a Exception to requirement of mailing school report cards.
§18-2E-5 Process for improving education; education standards; statewide assessment program; accountability measures; Office of Education Performance Audits; school accreditation and school system app
§18-2E-5a County superintendent employment contract.
§18-2E-5b Review of system of education performance audits by the state board; reports to legislative oversight commission on education accountability.
§18-2E-5c Process for Improving Education Council established; membership; expenses; meetings; powers.
§18-2E-5d Standards for the duration of school bus transportation times for students to and from school.
§18-2E-6 Falsifying reports; penalty.
§18-2E-7 Providing for twenty-first century instruction and learning in all public schools.
§18-2E-8 Creating jobs through education.
§18-2E-8a Electronic portfolio repealed.
§18-2E-8b Audit of state board policies; legislative findings; report to legislative oversight commission; required plan of improvement; exemptions from determination of accreditation status.
§18-2E-8c The "Robert C. Beach" vocational agriculture credit.
§18-2E-8d Further expressions of legislative intent with respect to this article; parental consent for substitute classes.
§18-2E-8e Veteran's honors funeral assistant community service program.
§18-2E-8f Creating the "West Virginia Remembers Program;" rules.
§18-2E-9 West Virginia virtual school.
§18-2E-10 Critical skills instructional support programs for third and eighth graders.
§18-2F-1 Title.
§18-2F-2 Legislative findings.
§18-2F-3 Share in your future commission established; composition of commission; duties and responsibilities.
§18-2F-4 Nonprofit fund.
§18-2F-5 Registration requirements.
§18-2F-6 Incentives-based shares program.
§18-2F-7 Conversion of shares.
§18-2F-8 Duties of county boards.
§18-2F-9 Termination of commission.
§18-2G-1 Legislative intent and purpose.
§18-2G-2 Criteria for grants.
§18-2G-3 Grant applications.
§18-2H-1 Legislative findings.
§18-2H-2 Notice, written comments and public hearing.
§18-2H-3 Procedures for hearings and public participation.
§18-2H-4 Impact of public participation.
§18-2I-1 Legislative purpose.
§18-2I-2 Legislative findings.
§18-2I-3 Creation of West Virginia professional staff development advisory council; members; and functions.
§18-2I-4 Functions of the West Virginia professional staff development advisory council.
§18-2I-5 Creation of regional staff development councils; members; and functions.
§18-2I-6 Functions of the regional staff development councils.
§18-2I-7 Limitations on funding of councils.
§18-2J-1 Findings; intent and purpose of article.
§18-2J-2 Governor's Advisory Council for Educational Technology.
§18-2J-3 Powers and duties of Governor's Advisory Council for Educational Technology.
§18-2J-4 Educational technology strategic plan goals and strategies.
§18-2J-5 Unified educational technology strategic plan; submission of legislative rule to Legislative Oversight Commission on Education Accountability.
§18-2J-6 Allocation and expenditure of appropriations.
§18-2J-7 Report to the Legislative Oversight Commission on Education Accountability.
§18-2K-1 Title of article.
§18-2K-2 Adoption of guidelines for individual diabetes care plans.
§18-2K-3 Establishment and implementation of diabetes care plans by county boards to support and assist students with diabetes.
§18-2K-4 Progress report to the Legislature.
§18-3-1 Appointment; qualifications; compensation; traveling expenses; office and residence; evaluation.
§18-3-2 Seal; requisitions on auditor for money.
§18-3-3 General supervision of schools.
§18-3-4 Proceedings to enforce school laws; examination and fees of witnesses; removal of school officials.
§18-3-5 Conferences of school superintendents.
§18-3-6 Interpretation of school laws and rules of state board of education.
§18-3-7 Preparation, printing and distribution of state manuals and other publications; maintenance of minimum standards; examination of pupils.
§18-3-8 Report of state superintendent.
§18-3-9 State department of education.
§18-3-9a Authority of state superintendent as to fire hazards and safety of buildings.
§18-3-10 Other powers and duties of state superintendent.
§18-3-11 Classification of schools.
§18-4-1 Election and term; interim superintendent.
§18-4-2 Qualifications; health certificate; disability; acting superintendent.
§18-4-3 Removal and suspension.
§18-4-4 Compensation.
§18-4-5 Payment of compensation.
§18-4-6 Evaluation of county superintendent.
§18-4-7 Office.
§18-4-8 Clerical assistants; monthly salary from maintenance fund.
§18-4-9 Reimbursement for traveling expenses; voucher.
§18-4-10 Duties of county superintendent.
§18-4-11 Other powers and duties.
§;18-4-4.
§18-5-1 Supervision and control of county school districts; number, nomination and election of members.
§18-5-1a Eligibility of members; training requirements.
§18-5-1b Election; terms of office.
§18-5-1c Organization of board; evaluation.
§18-5-2 Filling vacancies.
§18-5-3 Oath of members.
§18-5-4 Meetings; employment and assignment of teachers; budget hearing; compensation of members; affiliation with state and national associations.
§18-5-5 Corporate character and general powers of board; exemption of school property from legal process and taxes.
§18-5-6 Validation of titles to land in possession of board.
§18-5-7 Sale of school property at public auction; rights of grantor of lands in rural communities; oil and gas leases; disposition of proceeds; lease of school property.
§18-5-7a Disposition of school property in flood control projects.
§18-5-7b Charitable or community use of unneeded buildings.
§18-5-8 Condemnation of land necessary for educational purposes.
§18-5-9 Schoolhouses, buildings and equipment; health of pupils; repairs; medical and dental clinics.
§18-5-9a Energy-savings contracts.
§18-5-9b Implementation of the Integrated Pest Management Program.
§18-5-10 Approval by state board of plans and specifications for buildings.
§18-5-11 Joint establishment of schools.
§18-5-12 Bond of contractors.
§18-5-12a Repealed
§18-5-13 Authority of boards generally.
§18-5-13a School closing or consolidation.
§18-5-14 Policies to promote school board effectiveness.
§18-5-15 Ages of persons to whom schools are open; enrollment of suspended or expelled student.
§18-5-15a Study of multicultural education for school personnel.
§18-5-15b Pledge of allegiance to the flag.
§18-5-15c County boards of education; training in prevention of child abuse and neglect and child assault; regulations; funding.
§18-5-15d In-service training programs in the prevention, transmission, spread and treatment of acquired immune deficiency syndrome; parent attendance.
§18-5-15e Study on school equity.
§18-5-15f Affirmation regarding the suspension or expulsion of a pupil from school.
§18-5-16 Student transfers; legislative findings; appeals; calculating net enrollment; fees for transfer.
§18-5-16a Authorization to transfer pupils from one district to another; mandatory transfer; payment of tuition; net enrollment.
§18-5-16b Repealed
§18-5-17 Compulsory preenrollment hearing, vision and speech and language testing; developmental screening for children under compulsory school age.
§18-5-18 Kindergarten programs.
§18-5-18a Maximum teacher-pupil ratio.
§18-5-18b School counselors in public schools.
§18-5-18c Early childhood programs; eligibility and standards for placement; guidelines and criteria.
§18-5-18d Repealed
§18-5-18e Study of limits on the number of pupils per teacher in a classroom in elementary and middle schools.
§18-5-19 Night schools and other school extension activities; use of school property for public meetings, etc.
§18-5-19a Special classes for war veterans; authority of county boards to contract therefor and to receive assistance.
§18-5-19b Adult education classes and programs; tuition and student assistance loans; authority of county boards to contract with federal agencies.
§18-5-19c Division of Technical and Adult Education Services.
§18-5-19d Conditional immunity from liability for community activities; liability insurance; authority of state board of risk and insurance management.
§18-5-20 School libraries; librarian.
§18-5-21 Free textbooks.
§18-5-21a Textbooks to be furnished pupils whose parents are unable to provide same.
§18-5-21b Textbooks may be furnished to pupils in private schools whose parents are unable to provide same.
§18-5-21c Distribution of free textbook funds; determination of amount county shall receive.
§18-5-21d "Free textbook account"; use of surplus; order of preference in providing free textbooks; purchase of library books, supplementary materials, and used textbooks.
§18-5-21e Rules and regulations for care, distribution and use of free textbooks; reports by county boards; funds may be withheld from county for violation of rules.
§18-5-22 Medical and dental inspection; school nurses; specialized health procedures; establishment of council of school nurses.
§18-5-22a Policy for the administration of medications.
§18-5-22b Providing for self-administration of asthma medication; definitions; conditions; indemnity from liability; rules.
§18-5-23 Dental clinics and treatment.
§18-5-24 Purchase and display of United States flag; penalty for failure to display.
§18-5-25 Duties of superintendent as secretary of board.
§18-5-26 School buildings as child care facilities.
§18-5-27 Repealed
§18-5-28 Repealed
§18-5-29 Repealed
§18-5-30 Repealed
§18-5-31 Repealed
§18-5-32 Assistant superintendents; directors and supervisors of instruction and other educational activities.
§18-5-33 Board may fix special salary schedules.
§18-5-34 Other authority and duties of district boards.
§18-5-35 Group insurance.
§18-5-36 Payment for fire services on public school property.
§18-5-36a Authority to offer rewards.
§18-5-37 School breakfast programs.
§18-5-38 Exception.
§18-5-39 Establishment of summer school programs; tuition.
§18-5-40 School entry age; operation of schools on semester basis.
§18-5-41 Content based censorship of American history prohibited.
§18-5-42 County-wide council on productive and safe schools.
§18-5-43 Duty of the county board of education to report the county-wide productive and safe school plans to the West Virginia board of education.
§18-5-44 Early childhood education programs.
§18-5-45 School calendar.
§18-5-46 Requiring teacher to change grade prohibited.
§18-5-47 County board flood insurance requirements.
§18-5A-1 Intent and purpose of article.
§18-5A-2 Local school improvement councils; election.
§18-5A-3 Authority and procedures for local school improvement councils to request waivers of certain rules, policies and interpretations.
§18-5A-4 Repealed
§18-5A-5 Public school faculty senates established; election of officers; powers and duties.
§18-5A-6 Establishment of school curriculum teams.
§18-5B-1 Title.
§18-5B-2 Legislative findings and purpose.
§18-5B-3 School innovation zones; application for designation; state board rule.
§18-5B-4 Innovation zones; required plans; plan approval; state board rule.
§18-5B-5 Approval of innovation zone plans; waiver of statutes, policies, rules or interpretations.
§18-5B-6 Employee approval of innovation plan application and plan; transfer of employees.
§18-5B-7 Progress reviews and annual reports.
§18-5B-8 Teacher vacancies in an innovation zone; job postings exceeding certain qualifications and requirements; approval of postings.
§18-5B-9 Establishment of new innovation zone schools by state institutions of higher education.
§18-6-1 Purpose and objectives of article.
§18-6-2 Where provided; implementation deadlines; priorities for course availability.
§18-6-3 State board to establish minimum course standards; students with mental or physical defects; minimum standards specified.
§18-6-4 Rules and regulations.
§18-6-5 Establishment and maintenance of driver education course; who may enroll; exemption from learner's permit requirement; non-permit student drivers.
§18-6-6 Expenditure of school funds for driver education courses; appropriations.
§18-6-7 Automobile liability insurance covering vehicles used in driver education.
§18-6-8 Driver education course to be made available to all secondary school pupils prior to their graduation; exemption; application by pupil for unrestricted operator's license.
§18-6-9 Commercial driver education schools — Course of instruction; issuance and renewal of license; fee; application for license; inspections and revocation of license; lists of schools offering ap
§18-6-10 Same — Posting of licenses; assignment or transfer; certificates to persons completing course; maximum tuition fee.
§18-7-1 Adult literacy education program; legislative intent.
§18-7-2 Disposition and use of funds.
§18-7-3 Contribution of portion of income tax refund to adult literacy education program fund.
§18-7A-1 Establishment of retirement system.
§18-7A-2 Supplemental benefits.
§18-7A-2a Governing boards of educational institutions authorized to pay supplemental retirement benefits.
§18-7A-3 Definitions
§18-7A-3a Federal qualification requirements.
§18-7A-4 Teachers retirement board.
§18-7A-5 Members of retirement board; terms of office; vacancies.
§18-7A-6 Compensation.
§18-7A-7 Quorum.
§18-7A-8 Legal adviser.
§18-7A-9 Meetings of retirement board.
§18-7A-10 Employment of executive secretary and other employees.
§18-7A-11 Records; actuarial data; tables; specification of actuarial assumptions.
§18-7A-12 Reports by retirement board.
§18-7A-13 Membership in retirement system; cessation of membership; reinstatement of withdrawn service.
§18-7A-13a Resumption of service by retired teachers.
§18-7A-13b Option of certain present members to elect between state and federal retirement systems; payment of contributions to federal system.
§18-7A-14 Contributions by members; contributions by employers;correction of errors; forfeitures.
§18-7A-14a Options of certain members to elect between state teachers retirement system, a combination of that system and a supplemental retirement system, and a retirement plan other than the state t
§18-7A-14b Members' option to make contributions for periods of temporary total disability.
§18-7A-15 Collection of membership contributions.
§18-7A-16 Transfer of appropriations.
§18-7A-17 Statement and computation of teachers' service; qualified military service.
§18-7A-18 Teachers Employers Contribution Collection Account; Teachers Retirement System Fund; transfers.
§18-7A-18a Calculation of allocation to Teachers Employers Contribution Collection Account.
§18-7A-19 Custody of funds; disbursements; bond of custodian; annual statement.
§18-7A-20 Investment of funds.
§18-7A-21 Misuse of funds; penalties.
§18-7A-22 Persons eligible for prior service pensions.
§18-7A-23 Withdrawal and death benefits.
§18-7A-23a Terminal benefits.
§18-7A-24 Repealed
§18-7A-25 Eligibility for retirement allowance.
§18-7A-25a Prohibited forced retirement of college and university professors.
§18-7A-26 Computation of annuities.
§18-7A-26a Additional benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26b Supplemental benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26c Supplemental benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26d Supplemental benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26e Supplemental benefits to certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26f Supplemental benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26g Supplemental benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26h Supplemental benefits for certain annuitants.
§18-7A-26i Supplemental benefits for retired teachers.
§18-7A-26j Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired prior to July 1, 1981.
§18-7A-26k Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired between July 1, 1981, and July 1, 1982.
§18-7A-26l Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired prior to July 1, 1982.
§18-7A-26m Supplemental benefits for certain teachers.
§18-7A-26n Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired on or after July 1, 1984, but prior to July 1, 1986.
§18-7A-26o Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired prior to July 1, 1986.
§18-7A-26p Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired on or after July 1, 1986, but prior to April 1, 1988.
§18-7A-26q Supplemental benefits for certain teachers who retired prior to April 1, 1988.
§18-7A-26r Minimum benefit for certain retired members; legislative declaration; state interest and public purpose.
§18-7A-26s One-time supplement for certain annuitants effective July 1, 2001.
§18-7A-26t One-time supplement for certain annuitants effective July 1, 2006.
§18-7A-26u One-time bonus payment for certain annuitants effective July 1, 2008.
§18-7A-27 Regular interest.
§18-7A-28 Options to beneficiaries; change of certain options because of divorce or annulment; limitation on recalculated monthly benefits.
§18-7A-28a Federal law maximum benefit limitations.
§18-7A-28b Federal law minimum required distributions.
§18-7A-28c Direct rollovers.
§18-7A-28d Rollovers and transfers to purchase service credit or repay withdrawn contributions.
§18-7A-28e Limitations on benefit increases.
§18-7A-29 Fraud; penalties.
§18-7A-30 Exemption from taxation, garnishment and other process; exception for qualified domestic relations order.
§18-7A-31 Unexpended funds under prior appropriations.
§18-7A-32 Inconsistent acts repealed.
§18-7A-33 Constitutionality.
§18-7A-34 Loans to members.
§18-7A-35 Coverage for nonteaching employees; prior service credit.
§18-7A-35a Prior service credit for former members of the state teachers retirement system employed in a nonteaching capacity.
§18-7A-35b Temporary early retirement incentives program; legislative declarations and findings; termination date.
§18-7A-35c Termination of benefits; procedure.
§18-7A-36 Joint study of state retirement systems; report to Joint Committee on Government and Finance by specified date of study conclusions.
§18-7A-37 Benefits not forfeited if system terminates.
§18-7A-38 Maximum number of days a retired teacher may accept employment; calculating days worked for retirants engaged in substitute teaching.
§18-7A-39 Employee Pension and Health Care Benefits Fund.
§18-7A-40 Higher education employees.
§18-7B-1 Short title.
§18-7B-2 Definitions.
§18-7B-3 Defined contribution retirement system created and established; body corporate.
§18-7B-4 Article to be liberally construed; purpose; federal qualification requirements.
§18-7B-5 Administration of the teachers' defined contribution retirement system.
§18-7B-6 Powers and duties of the consolidated board in the administration of the defined contribution system.
§18-7B-7 Participation in Teachers' Defined Contribution Retirement System; limiting participation in existing Teachers Retirement System.
§18-7B-7a Plan closed to persons employed for the first time after June, 2005; former employees.
§18-7B-8 Voluntary participation in system; expiration of right to elect membership in defined contribution system.
§18-7B-8a Qualified military service.
§18-7B-9 Members' contributions; annuity account established
§18-7B-10 Employer contributions.
§18-7B-11 Termination of membership.
§18-7B-12 Retirement, commencement of annuity payments, payments under a qualified domestic relations order.
§18-7B-12a Federal minimum required distributions.
§18-7B-13 Amount of annuity payments; federal law maximum benefitlimitations.
§18-7B-13b Direct rollovers.
§18-7B-14 Supplemental annuity contracts.
§18-7B-15 Account statements.
§18-7B-16 Years of employment service.
§18-7B-17 Deposits to the members' annuity accounts.
§18-7B-19 Benefits not forfeited if system terminates.
§18-7B-20 Prohibition of involuntary cash-outs.
§16718-7C-1to18-7C-14 Repealed
§18-7C-2 Legislative findings and purpose.
§18-7C-3 Definitions.
§18-7C-4 Merger.
§18-7C-5 Notice, education, record-keeping requirements.
§18-7C-6 Conversion of assets from Defined Contribution Retirement System to State Teachers Retirement System; contributions; loans.
§18-7C-7 Service credit in State Teachers Retirement System following merger; adjustments.
§18-7C-8 Election; board may contract for professional services.
§18-7C-9 Election considered final.
§18-7C-10 Qualified domestic relations orders.
§18-7C-11 Vesting.
§18-7C-12 Minimum guarantees.
§18-7C-13 Due process and right to appeal.
§18-7C-14 Nonseverability.
§18-7D-1 Legislative findings and purpose.
§18-7D-2 Definitions.
§18-7D-3 Voluntary transfers.
§18-7D-4 Notice, education, record-keeping requirements.
§18-7D-5 Conversion of assets from Defined Contribution Retirement System to State Teachers Retirement System; contributions; loans.
§18-7D-6 Service credit in State Teachers Retirement System following transfer; conversion of assets; adjustments.
§18-7D-7 Period for affirmative election to transfer; board may contract for professional services.
§18-7D-8 Results considered final.
§18-7D-9 Qualified domestic relations orders.
§18-7D-10 Vesting.
§18-7D-11 Minimum guarantees.
§18-7D-12 Transferees' eligibility to retire.
§18-8-1 Commencement and termination of compulsory school attendance; exemptions.
§18-8-1a Compulsory school attendance; public school entrance requirements; exceptions thereto.
§18-8-2 Offenses; penalties; cost of prosecution.
§18-8-4 Duties of attendance director and assistant directors; complaints, warrants and hearings.
§18-8-5 Duties of principal, administrative head or other chief administrator.
§18-8-5a Home visitations.
§18-8-6 Repealed
§18-8-7 Aiding or abetting violations of compulsory attendance; penalty.
§18-8-8 Child suspended for failure to comply with requirements and regulations treated as unlawfully absent.
§18-8-9 Report and disposition of fines collected.
§18-8-10 Compulsory education of deaf and blind; offenses; penalties; names of deaf and blind.
§18-8A-1 Legislative findings; definition of homeless child.
§18-8A-2 Residence of child.
§18-8A-3 Attendance of homeless children.
§18-8A-4 Report on at-risk children.
§18-9-1 School levies; when levy election necessary; special election.
§18-9-2 Elections under this chapter; procedure.
§18-9-2a Levies.
§18-9-2b Transfer of moneys in separate funds of magisterial districts and independent school districts to county boards of education.
§18-9-2c Transfer of funds remaining after retirement of school bonds; use of funds.
§18-9-2d Transfer of funds for investment.
§18-9-3 Collection and disbursement of school money by sheriff; signing of orders for payment of money; forgery of signatures; penalties.
§18-9-3a Preparation, publication and disposition of financial statements by county boards of education.
§18-9-4 Nonpayment of order; liability of treasurer of county board.
§18-9-5 School fund; board of the school fund; investment of school fund; acquisition, etc., of real estate.
§18-9-6 Transfer of moneys; appointment of treasurer; bonding of treasurer; approval of bank accounts; authority to invest; security for funds invested.
§18-9-6a County board of education treasurer authorized to make funds available to state board of investments; allocation of income.
§18-9-7 Supplemental aid for districts in which children's homes are located.
§18-9-8 Exception.
§18-9A-1 Legislative findings; public school support plan.
§18-9A-2 Definitions.
§18-9A-2a Definition of levies for general current expense purposes.
§18-9A-3 Total state basic foundation program.
§18-9A-3a Total state basic foundation program for fiscal years 2009 through 2013, only.
§18-9A-3b Total state basic foundation program and foundation allowance for regional educational service agencies for fiscal year 1993-1994 only.
§18-9A-4 Foundation allowance for professional educators.
§18-9A-5 Foundation allowance for service personnel.
§18-9A-5a Repealed
§18-9A-5b Repealed
§18-9A-6 Foundation allowance for fixed charges.
§18-9A-6a Teachers retirement fund allowance; unfunded liability allowance.
§18-9A-6b Allocation of growth of local share.
§18-9A-7 Foundation allowance for transportation cost.
§18-9A-8 Foundation allowance for professional student support services.
§18-9A-8a Foundation allowance for regional education service agencies.
§18-9A-9 Foundation allowance for other current expense and substitute employees.
§18-9A-10 Foundation allowance to improve instructional programs.
§18-9A-10a Repealed
§18-9A-11 Computation of local share; appraisal and assessment of property; public library support.
§18-9A-12 County basic foundation; total basic state aid allowance.
§18-9A-13 Transitional allocation for certain rural district boards.
§18-9A-13a Allowance for levy rate reduction under uniform school funding amendment.
§18-9A-13b Allowance for legislative reserve fund, current expense and substitute costs.
§18-9A-14 Allowance for county transfers.
§18-9A-14a Incentive for administrative efficiency.
§18-9A-15 Allowance for increased enrollment; extraordinary sustained increased enrollment impact supplement.
§18-9A-16 General school fund and its use.
§18-9A-17 Administration of school finance.
§18-9A-18 Rules and regulations.
§18-9A-19 County request schedule.
§18-9A-20 Repeal of inconsistent provisions.
§18-9A-21 Funding for alternative education programs.
§18-9A-22 Repealed
§18-9A-23 Obtaining state funds by falsifying reports; penalty.
§18-9A-24 Foundation allowance for public employees insurance fund.
§18-9A-25 State allowance for state teacher of the year salary.
§18-9A-26 Allowance for workers' compensation for unpaid student work-based learning.
§18-9B-1 Purpose and construction of article.
§18-9B-2 Definitions.
§18-9B-3 State board of school finance.
§18-9B-4 Powers and duties of board.
§18-9B-5 School district budgeting.
§18-9B-6 Submission and approval of budget.
§18-9B-6a Delaying submission of budget.
§18-9B-7 Determination by the board of finance before final approval of budget; length of term.
§18-9B-8 Projected expenditures order of revision in budget.
§18-9B-9 Uniform accounting systems for school districts.
§18-9B-10 Restrictions on county boards.
§18-9B-11 Emergency and supplemental appropriations.
§18-9B-11a Adjustments in average daily attendance to assure equitable allocation of aid.
§18-9B-12 Practices of fiscal administration.
§18-9B-13 Inspection and audit of school finance administration.
§18-9B-14 Establishment of permanent improvement fund; contents and use of fund.
§18-9B-14a County boards authorized to create special building funds; transfers to and use of fund.
§18-9B-15 Permanent improvement fund — To be treated as separate fund; expenditures; limitation on accumulations and assets of fund.
§18-9B-16 Transmission and investment of proceeds of permanent improvement fund.
§18-9B-17 Duties of county board and county superintendent.
§18-9B-18 Issuance and enforcement of orders.
§18-9B-19 Withholding of state aid for noncompliance by county board.
§18-9B-20 Fiscal reports to board of finance.
§18-9B-21 Reports by board of finance.
§18-9C-1 Purposes and construction of article.
§18-9C-2 Definitions.
§18-9C-3 Powers and duties of state board of education with regard to management and administration of funds derived from issuance and sale of bonds.
§18-9C-4 Establishment of state school building fund; contents and use of fund.
§18-9C-5 Entitlement to counties.
§18-9C-6 Submission of plans; approval; incentive provisions.
§18-9C-7 Supplemental powers conferred; conflicting laws superseded.
§18-9C-8 Severability.
§18-9D-1 School Building Authority; powers.
§18-9D-2 Definitions.
§18-9D-3 Powers of authority.
§18-9D-4 School building authority authorized to issue refunding revenue bonds and/or general obligation bonds for school building capital improvement projects.
§18-9D-4a Savings from issuance of refunding bonds.
§18-9D-4b School Building Authority authorized to issue bonds and pay debt service on bonds with funds distributed from State Excess Lottery Fund.
§18-9D-5 School building authority authorized to offer individual higher education savings plans.
§18-9D-6 School Building Capital Improvements Fund in State Treasury; School Construction Fund in State Treasury; School Building Debt Service Fund in State Treasury; School Improvement Fund in State
§18-9D-7 Authority to fix and collect rents.
§18-9D-8 Use of proceeds of bonds; bonds exempt from taxation.
§18-9D-9 Issuance of revenue refunding bonds; use of moneys; power to enter into escrow agreements; call for redemption.
§18-9D-10 Bonds may be issued for combined purposes.
§18-9D-11 Bonds shall be negotiable instruments.
§18-9D-12 Trust agreements for holders of bonds.
§18-9D-13 Sinking fund for payment of bonds.
§18-9D-14 Credit of state not pledged.
§18-9D-15 Legislative intent; allocation of money among categories of projects; lease-purchase options; limitation on time period for expenditure of project allocation; county maintenance budget requi
§18-9D-16 Authority to establish guidelines and procedures for facilities and major improvement plans; guidelines for modifications and updates, etc.; guidelines for project evaluation; submission of
§18-9D-17 Limitations on contracts for sale of bonds or other securities.
§18-9D-18 Continuation of the School Building Authority.
§18-9D-19 Comprehensive high schools.
§18-9D-20 Authority to promulgate rules; legislative authorization; effective date of rules; technical deficiencies waived.
§18-9D-21 Authorizing rules of School Building Authority.
§18-9E-1 Short title.
§18-9E-2 Definitions.
§18-9E-3 Air quality in new schools.
§18-9E-4 Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning technicians.
§18-9E-5 Investigation of indoor air quality complaints inexisting schools and schools subsequentlyconstructed.
§18-9F-1 Legislative findings and intent.
§18-9F-2 Definitions.
§18-9F-3 School access safety plan.
§18-9F-4 Guidelines and procedures for school access safety plans; project evaluation; on-site inspection of facilities.
§18-9F-5 School Access Safety Fund.
§18-9F-6 Allocation of funds; eligibility for funding.
§18-9F-7 School access safety requirements for new schools.
§18-9F-8 Report.
§18-10-1 Assent to federal land grants for West Virginia University; investment of funds from sale of land warrants.
§18-10-2 Federal aid for West Virginia agricultural experiment station.
§18-10-3 Federal aid for West Virginia University and West Virginia State College.
§18-10-4 Federal aid for cooperative agricultural extension work.
§18-10-5 Federal aid for vocational education; duties of state board of education.
§18-10-6 Repealed
§18-10-7 Repealed
§18-10-8 Acceptance and distribution of future federal funds available to state.
§18-10-9 State board of education, board of governors and commissioner of public institutions empowered to carry out provisions of federal aid acts.
§18-10-10 Custody and disbursement of federal funds.
§18-10-11 West Virginia library commission authorized to accept federal appropriations for rural library service; governor may supplement state appropriation.
§18-10-12 Custody and disbursement of library funds.
§18-10-13 State educational institutions authorized to participate in federal student loan program.
§18-10A-1 Definitions.
§18-10A-2 Division of rehabilitation services.
§18-10A-2a Repealed
§18-10A-3 Director of division of vocational rehabilitation; powers and duties.
§18-10A-4 Vocational rehabilitation services.
§18-10A-4a Attendant care services.
§18-10A-5 Cooperation with federal government.
§18-10A-6 Custody and disbursement of vocational rehabilitation funds.
§18-10A-6a West Virginia rehabilitation services special account; expenditures.
§18-10A-7 Repealed
§18-10A-8 Eligibility for vocational rehabilitation.
§18-10A-9 Grievance hearings.
§18-10A-10 Misuse of vocational rehabilitation lists and records; penalty.
§18-10A-11 Repealed
§18-10A-12 Vocational evaluation and work adjustment program for disadvantaged individuals.
§18-10A-12a Workers' compensation for clients participating in unpaid work-based training programs.
§18-10A-13 Social security disability determination section.
§18-10A-14 Duties of assistant director of social security disability determination section.
§18-10A-15 Establishment of a central registry of traumatic head injury; acute care facility required to report head injury.
§18-10B-1 Definitions.
§18-10B-2 Establishment of state vocational rehabilitation facilities.
§18-10B-2a Advance payment to facilities.
§18-10B-3 Establishment of local vocational rehabilitation facilities.
§18-10B-4 Rules and regulations.
§18-10B-5 Cooperation with federal government in vocational rehabilitation facility program.
§18-10B-6 Cooperation with state department of health.
§18-10B-7 Personnel.
§18-10B-8 Advisory committee.
§18-10B-9 Contracts for supplying goods and services; remuneration to client; vocational rehabilitation industries account.
§18-10B-10 Authorized rental of State Vocational Rehabilitation facilities.
§18-10C-1 Approval of compact.
§18-10C-2 Engrossed copies of article to be furnished governors.
§18-10C-3 Membership in compact continued.
§18-10D-1 Enactment of compact.
§18-10D-2 Members of the education commission of the states; term; qualifications.
§18-10D-3 West Virginia education council; composition; meetings; duties.
§18-10D-4 Bylaws of commission filed with secretary of state.
§18-10D-5 Cooperation of state agencies, boards, departments, etc.
§18-10D-6 Appropriations.
§18-10D-7 Severability clause.
§18-10E-1 Enactment of compact.
§18-10E-2 Effective date.
§16718-10F-1to18-10F-7 Repealed
§18-10G-1 Policy and purposes; construction of article.
§18-10G-2 Definitions.
§18-10G-3 Operation of food service in public office buildings by West Virginia division of vocational rehabilitation; operation of food service by governmental agency in violation of article prohibit
§18-10G-4 Licenses.
§18-10G-5 Vending machine income.
§18-10G-6 Appeals.
§18-10G-7 Committee of blind vendors.
§18-10H-1 Purpose; legislative intent.
§18-10H-2 Academy for talented vocational-technical education students.
§18-10H-3 Scholarship fund for vocational-technical education students and educators.
§18-10H-4 Interdisciplinary doctoral program in vocational- technical education.
§18-10H-5 Vocational-technical education administrator's academy.
§18-10H-6 Effective schools program in vocational-technical education.
§18-10H-7 Unified technology transfer program.
§18-10I-1 Findings.
§18-10I-2 Definitions.
§18-10I-3 Supported employment program.
§18-10I-4 Eligibility; primary focus.
§18-10J-1 Short title.
§18-10J-2 Definitions.
§18-10J-3 Individualized education program.
§18-10J-4 Standards of competency and instruction.
§18-10J-5 Instructional materials.
§18-10J-6 Teacher certification and training.
§18-10K-1 Terms defined.
§18-10K-2 Board created, membership, terms, officers and staff.
§18-10K-3 Promulgation of legislative rules.
§18-10K-4 Expenses of board.
§18-10K-5 Fund created; administration of fund; administrative fees; fund use.
§18-10K-6 Criteria and priorities for use of fund.
§18-10L-1 Short title.
§18-10L-2 Policy; principles; projects.
§18-10L-3 Definitions.
§18-10L-4 Program requirements.
§18-10L-5 Funding.
§18-10L-6 Rules.
§18-10L-7 Report.
§18-10L-8 Continuation of program
§18-10M-1 Short title.
§18-10M-2 Legislative findings and declarations.
§18-10M-3 Purpose.
§18-10M-4 Definitions.
§18-10M-5 Eligibility for services.
§18-10M-6 Statewide Independent Living Council.
§18-10M-7 State plan for independent living.
§18-10M-8 Funding and grants.
§18-10N-1 Findings; policy.
§18-10N-2 Definitions.
§18-10N-3 Purchasing to develop access standards; access clause to be included in contracts
§18-10N-4 Procurements by the purchasing division.
§18-10O-1 Short title.
§18-10O-2 Legislative findings.
§18-10O-3 Purpose.
§18-10O-4 Definitions.
§18-10O-5 Disability History Week designated.
§18-11-1 Continuation; board of governors [board of regents].
§18-11-1a Control of property and business affairs transferred to board of governors [board of regents].
§18-11-1b Additional authority of board of governors as to revenue bonds for dormitories, etc.
§18-11-2 President.
§18-11-3 Biennial reports of president.
§18-11-4 Colleges, schools, departments and divisions of university.
§18-11-4a Authority to contract for medical, dental and nursing school facilities.
§18-11-4b Repealed
§18-11-4c Repealed
§18-11-4d Disposition of tuition fees collected at medical center.
§18-11-5 Approval of rules and regulations.
§18-11-5a Repealed
§18-11-5b Payroll deductions for employee participation in group insurance plan.
§18-11-5c Repealed
§18-11-5d Contracting for group insurance and supplemental retirement benefits; exemption of certain insurers from premium and annuity taxes.
§18-11-6 Military training; federal aid.
§18-11-6a State aid for students of veterinary medicine.
§18-11-7 Agricultural experiment station.
§18-11-8 Creation of cooperative extension service; construction of code references to agricultural extension division.
§18-11-8a Advisory committee on farm and home safety.
§18-11-9 Mining experiment station.
§18-11-9a Coal and energy research bureau.
§18-11-10 Extension and off-campus work of university; disposition of fees charged for graduate level extension and off-campus courses.
§18-11-10a Establishment and operation of graduate centers.
§18-11-10b Repealed
§18-11-11 Four-H camps.
§18-11-12 Repealed
§18-11-13 Repealed
§18-11-14 Repealed
§18-11-15 Repealed
§18-11-16 Repealed
§18-11-17 Repealed
§18-11-18 Repealed
§18-11-19 Authority to construct and lease dormitories; financing thereof.
§18-11-20 Salaries of president, athletic director and football coaches.
§18-11-21 Deposit of official books, etc., with division of documents; certified copies as evidence.
§18-11-22 Four-year medical course.
§18-11-23 Contractual research revolving fund.
§18-11-24 Promotion and financing of scientific research; authority to contract for patents; special research fund.
§18-11-25 Financing of parking facilities or areas.
§18-11-26 Repealed
§18-11-27 Repealed
§18-11-28 Repealed
§18-11-29 Repealed
§18-11-30 Repealed
§18-11-31 Repealed
§18-11-32 Repealed
§18-11-33 Repealed
§18-11-34 Repealed
§18-11-35 Repealed
§18-11-36 Repealed
§18-11-37 Repealed
§18-11-38 Repealed
§18-11-39 Repealed
§18-11-40 Repealed
§18-11-41 Repealed
§18-11-42 Repealed
§18-11-43 Repealed
§18-11A-1 Board of governors [board of regents] authorized to issue revenue bonds for new buildings.
§18-11A-2 Creation of special university capital improvements fund; revenues payable into such fund; authority of board to pledge such revenues into sinking and reserve funds.
§18-11A-3 Issuance of revenue bonds.
§18-11A-4 Trust agreement for holders of bonds.
§18-11A-5 Sinking fund for payment of bonds.
§18-11A-6 Credit of state not pledged.
§18-11A-7 Bonds exempt from taxation.
§18-11A-8 Supplemental powers conferred; conflicting laws superseded.
§18-11B-1 Board of governors [board of regents] of West Virginia University authorized to issue revenue bonds for certain capital improvements.
§18-11B-2 Special university capital improvements fund continued in state treasury; collections to be paid into special fund; authority of board of governors [board of regents] to pledge such collecti
§18-11B-3 Board of governors [board of regents] to fix fees.
§18-11B-4 Issuance of revenue bonds.
§18-11B-5 Issuance of revenue refunding bonds.
§18-11B-6 Bonds may be issued for combined purposes.
§18-11B-7 Bonds shall be negotiable instruments.
§18-11B-8 Trust agreements for holders of bonds.
§18-11B-9 Sinking fund for payment of bonds.
§18-11B-10 Credit of state not pledged.
§18-11B-11 Bonds exempt from taxation.
§18-11B-12 Conflicting laws repealed.
§18-11C-1 Definitions.
§18-11C-2 Findings.
§18-11C-3 Board authorized to contract with corporation; description to be met by corporation.
§18-11C-3a Description to be met by the West Virginia health system.
§18-11C-4 Agreement; required provisions.
§18-11C-5 Exemption from certain requirements; audit.
§18-11C-6 Conflicts of interest; statement; penalties.
§18-11C-7 No waiver of sovereign immunity.
§18-11C-8 Not obligation of the state.
§18-11C-8a Agreements subject to other provisions of law.
§18-11C-9 Sections and provisions severable.
§18-11C-10 Liberal construction.
§18-11D-1 Definition of board; cost of constructing, reconstructing, remodeling, repairing, improving, extending, equipping or furnishing the football stadium, the athletic facilities building or r
§18-11D-2 Trustee for bondholders or noteholders; contents of trust agreement.
§18-11D-3 Payment of principal of and premium, if any, and interest on bonds and notes from all or any portion of the moneys derived from admission fees to athletic contests at West Virginia Univer
§18-11D-4 Enforcement of payment and validity of bonds and notes.
§18-11D-5 Pledges; time; liens; recordation.
§18-11D-6 Refunding bonds.
§18-11D-7 Purchase and cancellation of bonds or notes.
§18-11D-8 Federal and private assistance.
§18-11D-9 Vested rights; impairment.
§18-11D-10 Bonds and notes not debt of state, county, municipality or any political subdivision; expenses incurred pursuant to article.
§18-11D-11 Negotiability of bonds and notes.
§18-11D-12 Bonds and notes legal investments.
§18-11D-13 Exemption from taxation.
§18-11D-14 Article regarded as supplementary.
§18-11D-15 Liberal construction.
§18-11E-1 Definition of board; cost of construction, reconstructing, remodeling, repairing, improving, extending, equipping or furnishing the football stadium or other athletic facilities of Marsha
§18-11E-2 Trustee for bondholders or noteholders; contents of trust agreement.
§18-11E-3 Payment of principal of and premium, if any, and interest on bonds and notes from all or any portion of the moneys derived from admission fees to athletic contests at Marshall University;
§18-11E-4 Enforcement of payment and validity of bonds and notes.
§18-11E-5 Pledges; time; liens; recordation.
§18-11E-6 Refunding bonds.
§18-11E-7 Purchase and cancellation of bonds or notes.
§18-11E-8 Federal and private assistance.
§18-11E-9 Vested rights; impairment.
§18-11E-10 Bonds and notes not debt of state, county, municipality or any political subdivision; expenses incurred pursuant to article.
§18-11E-11 Negotiability of bonds and notes.
§18-11E-12 Bonds and notes legal investments.
§18-11E-13 Exemption from taxation.
§18-11E-14 Article regarded as supplementary.
§18-11E-15 Liberal construction.
§18-12-1 Change of names; management; continuation of functions; courses and degrees; rules and regulations; qualifications of president and teachers.
§18-12A-1 Authority of board of regents to issue revenue bonds for certain capital improvements.
§18-12A-2 Creation of special university capital improvements fund; revenues payable into special fund; authority of board of regents to pledge revenues to sinking and reserve funds.
§18-12A-3 Issuance of revenue bonds.
§18-12A-4 Trust agreement for holders of bonds.
§18-12A-5 Sinking fund for payment of bonds.
§18-12A-6 Credit of state not pledged.
§18-12A-7 Bonds exempt from taxation.
§18-12A-8 Supplemental powers conferred; conflicting laws superseded.
§18-12B-1 Board of regents authorized to issue revenue bonds for certain capital improvements; payment of relocation costs.
§18-12B-2 State system tuition fee special capital improvements fund in state treasury; collections to be paid into special fund; authority of board of regents to pledge such collections as security f
§18-12B-3 Board of regents to fix and collect fees.
§18-12B-4 Issuance of revenue bonds; use of proceeds; bonds exempt from taxation.
§18-12B-5 Issuance of revenue refunding bonds; use of moneys; power to enter into escrow agreements; call for redemption.
§18-12B-6 Bonds may be issued for combined purposes.
§18-12B-7 Bonds shall be negotiable instruments.
§18-12B-8 Trust agreements for holders of bonds.
§18-12B-9 Sinking fund for payment of bonds.
§18-12B-10 Credit of state not pledged.
§18-12B-11 Attorney general or his duly appointed legal representative to serve as bond counsel.
§18-12B-12 Powers of board are supplemental; conflicting laws superseded.
§18-13-1 Continuation and management; courses and degrees; rules and regulations.
§18-13-2 Repealed
§18-14-1 Repealed
§18-15-1 Repealed
§18-16-1 Short title.
§18-16-2 Definitions.
§18-16-3 Hazing prohibited.
§18-16-4 Enforcement by institution.
§18-17-1 Continuation; management; minimum salary scale for all employees.
§18-17-2 Admission and record of applicants; special programs and services.
§18-17-3 Tuition, board and clothing of pupils; indigent clothing fund.
§18-17-4 Period of attendance; special admissions.
§18-17-5 Course of instruction.
§18-17-6 Registration of deaf and blind by assessors.
§18-17-7 Sale of lands; application of proceeds.
§18-17-8 Continuing contract status established; dismissal and suspension procedures.
§18-17-9 Employment of auxiliary and service personnel, dismissal and suspension procedures.
§16718-18-118-18-2 Repealed
§18-19-1 Appropriation to provide educational opportunities.
§18-19-2 Eligibility of applicant for benefits; application forms; preference.
§18-19-3 No tuition fees to be charged; how funds to be expended; cessation of allowances.
§18-19-4 Reversion of balances in fund to treasury.
§18-20-1 Establishment of special programs and teaching services for exceptional children.
§18-20-1a Preschool programs for severely handicapped children; rules and regulations.
§18-20-1b Preschool programs for handicapped children; rules and regulations.
§18-20-1c Integrated classrooms serving students with exceptional needs; and requirements as to the assistance, training and information to be provided to the affected classroom teacher.
§18-20-1d Adoption of a state model for individualized education program.
§18-20-2 Providing suitable educational facilities, equipment and services.
§18-20-3 County reports.
§18-20-4 Examination and report by medical or other specialists.
§18-20-5 Powers and duties of state superintendent.
§18-20-6 Advisory council for the education of exceptional children.
§18-20-7 Exceptional children program compliance review teams.
§18-20-8 Interagency plan for exceptional children; advisory council.
§18-20-9 Gifted education caseload review.
§16718-21-1to18-21-5 Repealed
§16718-22-1to18-22-6 Repealed
§16718-22A-1to18-22A-9 Repealed
§16718-22B-1to18-22B-6 Repealed
§18-22C-1 Legislative intent.
§18-22C-2 State aid for students of osteopathy.
§18-22D-1 Legislative purpose.
§18-22D-2 Definitions.
§18-22D-3 Certification of eligibility; information as to other financial assistance; approval of maximum loan amount.
§18-22D-4 Limitations on investment in linked deposits.
§18-22D-5 Applications for loans; loan package.
§18-22D-6 Acceptance or rejection of loan package; deposit agreement.
§18-22D-7 Rate of loan; repayment.
§18-22D-8 Certification and monitoring of compliance; reports.
§18-22D-9 Liability.
§16718-22E-1to18-22E-9 Repealed
§18-23-1 Governing boards defined.
§18-23-2 Execution of deeds and contracts.
§18-23-3 Condemnation generally; sale or exchange of property.
§18-23-4 Gifts to state institutions.
§18-23-4a Supplemental and additional retirement plans for employees; payroll deductions; authority to match employee contributions; retroactive curative and technical corrective action.
§18-23-5 Construction and repair of buildings.
§18-23-6 Bonds of officers and employees of state institutions of higher education.
§18-23-7 Disposition of state moneys in possession of officers of state institutions of higher education; manner of expending appropriations; certification of deficiency in appropriations.
§18-23-8 Visitation and inspection of state institutions of higher education.
§18-23-9 Books and accounts.
§18-23-10 Records of state institutions of higher education for statistical and other purposes; conference of chief officers.
§18-23-11 Special investigation of any state institution of higher education by governor or committee appointed by him.
§18-23-12 Governing boards to perform duties required by governor.
§18-23-13 Construction and operation of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities for teachers and students.
§18-23-14 Construction and operation of gymnasiums, etc.
§18-23-15 Power of condemnation; payment; orders; bond.
§18-23-16 Cost of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities to be paid from proceeds of revenue bonds.
§18-23-17 Agreements with trustees for bondholders.
§18-23-18 Operation and control of fiscal affairs of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities and motor vehicle parking facilities.
§18-23-19 Payment of principal and interest of construction bonds from revenues of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities; redemption of bonds.
§18-23-20 When dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities become property of state.
§18-23-21 State debt not to be incurred for dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities; federal and private assistance; provisions separable.
§18-23-22 Sections regarded as supplementary.
§18-23-23 Approval of dormitories, housing facilities, food service facilities or motor vehicle parking facilities.
§18-23-24 Liberal construction.
§16718-24-1to18-24-13 Repealed
§16718-26-1to18-26-30 Repealed
§16718-26A-1to18-26A-7 Repealed
§16718-26B-1to18-26B-9 Repealed
§16718-26C-118-26C-2 Repealed
§18-26D-1 Repealed
§18-27-1 Short title.
§18-27-2 Declaration of purpose.
§18-27-3 Definitions.
§18-27-4 Powers of board; determination of qualified financings and establishment of financing programs; establishing criteria for and guidelines encompassing the types of and qualifications for ed
§18-27-5 Expenses of authority; limitation of liability for expense.
§18-27-6 Acquisition of certain moneys, endowments and properties and guarantees thereto.
§18-27-7 Conveyance of loan funding deposit after payment of principal and interest.
§18-27-8 Bonds.
§18-27-9 Trust agreement to secure bonds.
§18-27-10 Bonds as obligation of board only.
§18-27-11 Pledge of revenues.
§18-27-12 Funds from sale of bonds as trust funds; application of funds.
§18-27-13 Rights of bondholders.
§18-27-14 Refunding bonds; purpose; proceeds; investment of proceeds.
§18-27-15 Investment of funds of board.
§18-27-16 Bonds as legal investments.
§18-27-17 Account of activities; receipts and expenditures; annual report; audit.
§18-27-18 Waiver of competitive bidding.
§18-27-19 Institution powers; interest rates.
§18-27-20 Article as alternative method; application of bond law; powers not subject to supervision or regulation by other element or government.
§18-27-21 Liberal construction of article.
§18-27-22 Exercise of powers as essential public function; exemption from taxation.
§18-28-1 Policy.
§18-28-2 Attendance; health and safety regulations.
§18-28-3 Standardized testing requirements.
§18-28-4 Voluntary participation in state programs.
§18-28-5 New school notice requirements; termination.
§18-28-6 Requirements exclusive.
§18-28-7 Waiver of required assessment for certain students attending parochial school.
§16718-29-1to18-29-11 Repealed
§18-30-1 Title.
§18-30-2 Legislative findings and purpose.
§18-30-3 Definitions.
§18-30-4 Creation of program; board; members; terms; compensation; proceedings generally.
§18-30-5 Powers of the board.
§18-30-6 West Virginia prepaid tuition trust.
§18-30-7 West Virginia savings plan trust.
§18-30-8 College prepaid tuition and savings program administrative account.
§18-30-9 Income tax deduction for purchasers.
§18-30-10 Reports and account; annual audit.
§18-30-11 Financial aid eligibility.
§18-30-12 Confidentiality.
§18-30-13 Board of trustees; authorization of rules.
§18-30-14 Repealed
§18-30-15 Repealed
§18-30-16 Repealed
§18-30-17 Repealed
§16718-31-1to18-31-9 Repealed
§18-32-1 Severability.