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EDUCATION

(P) Passed (F) Failed (V) Vetoed (I) Incoporated into other legislation
(C) Carried over from 2006 Session (CD) Carried over from 2006 session but died in committee on or before December 8th


Academic credits; Board of Education to promulgate regulations regarding transfer thereof from private school to public school. Amending  22.1-19. (Patron-Frederick, HB 838 (CD))
Assault and battery; person is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor if committed on school property. Amending  18.2-57. (Patron-Wittman, HB 1861 (F))
Assault and battery; person is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor if committed while bus driver is performing his duties. Amending 18.2-57. (Patron-Wittman, HB 1863 (F))
At-risk students; after school programs. Adding  22.1-199.5. (Patron-Miller, SB 863 (F))
Boating safety education; must complete to operate motorboat or personal watercraft, penalty. Amending  29.1-748; adding 29.1-735.2. (Patron-Byron, HB 872 (CD))
Career and Technical Education, Advisory Council on; extends sunset date. Adding  30-200.1; repealing second enactment of Chapter 526, 2002 Acts. (Patron-Hamilton, HB 2040 (Chapter 401))
Cellular telephones; bans use thereof by drivers of school buses and passenger-carrying commercial vehicles. Adding  46.2-919.1 and 46.2-1088.7. (Patron-Bowling, HB 2912 (F))
Character education; humane education may be covered therein. Amending  22.1-208.01. (Patron-Whipple, SB 1276 (F))
Childhood obesity; Board of Education and State Health Department to establish standards for prevention thereof in public schools. Amending  22.1-60.1, 22.1-253.13:5, and 22.1-275.1; adding 22.1-16.4 and 22.1-70.4. (Patron-Tyler, HB 1593 (CD); Edwards, SB 206 (CD))
Childhood obesity; Board of Education to establish standards to facilitate prevention and reduction thereof. Amending 22.1-253.13:5, 22.1-270, and 22.1-275.1; adding  22.1-16.4. (Patron-Miller, SB 744 (I) See SB974)
Childhood obesity; joint subcommittee to study problem in public schools. (Patron-O’Bannon, HJR 637 (P))
Childhood obesity; local school divisions encouraged to continue efforts to address. (Patron-Tyler, HJR 727 (F))
Childhood obesity; school divisions encouraged to strengthen their commitment to prevention by increasing participation in healthy activity and emphasizing good nutrition. (Patron-Whipple, SJR 374 (F))
Childhood obesity; Superintendent of Public Instruction and Health Commissioner to work together to combat. Amending  22.1-23 and 32.1-19. (Patron-Armstrong, HB 2214 (Chapter 43); Edwards, SB 974 (Chapter 55))
Children’s Services Ombudsman; Board of Education to appoint for each local school division as resource for parents of special needs children. Amending  2.2-3705.5; adding  22.1-20.1, 22.1-20.2, and 22.1-20.3. (Patron-Moran, HB 2851 (F))
Church or public school building; arson of any unoccupied, penalty. Amending  18.2-77. (Patron-Nutter, HB 429 (CD))
College Partnership Laboratory School Fund; created. Amending 22.1-212.5 through 22.1-212.10 and 22.1-212.12; adding 22.1-212.5:1 and 22.1-212.14:1. (Patron-Jones, D.C., HB 223 (CD); Jones, D.C., HB 2509 (F))
Composite index; ability to pay. Adding  22.1-98.3. (Patron-Herring, SB 1243 (F))
Concealed weapons; amends provisions relating thereto. Amending 17.1-406, 18.2-57.3, 18.2-287.4, 18.2-308, 18.2-308.1, and 22.1-277.07; adding  18.2-307.01 through 18.2-307.7 and 18.2-308.01; repealing second enactment of Chapter 886, 2006 Acts. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 2652 (F))
Constitutional amendment; appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference). Amending Section 4 of Article VIII. (Patron-Purkey, HJR 20 (CD); Purkey, HJR 569 (F))
Constitutional amendments; Governor’s and Board of Education’s terms of office (first reference). Amending Sections 6 and 14 of Article IV, Section 1 of Article V, and Section 4 of Article VIII. (Patron-Purkey, HJR 145 (CD); Devolites Davis, SJR 100 (CD); Devolites Davis, SJR 338 (F))
Constitutional amendments; Governor’s term of office, and appointment of members to Board of Education (first reference). Amending Section 1 of Article V and Section 4 of Article VIII. (Patron-Purkey, HJR 22 (CD); Purkey, HJR 570 (F))
Correctional Education, Board of; composition of membership. Amending  22.1-341. (Patron-Reid, HB 2628 (Chapter 72))
Correctional Education, Department of; literacy program. Amending 22.1-344.1. (Patron-Reid, HB 2627 (Chapter 71))
Daily outdoor recess; shall not prohibit from participating as means of discipline to student. Amending  22.1-207. (Patron-Hull, HB 2194 (F))
Diploma, advanced technical; Board of Education to establish requirements therefor. Amending  22.1-253.13:4. (Patron-Hamilton, HB 2039 (Chapter 859); Wagner, SB 1147 (Chapter 919))
Diploma seal; Board of Education to establish criteria for awarding for excellence in civics education. Amending  22.1-253.13:4. (Patron-Williams, SB 751 (Chapter 351))
Diploma, standard; requirements to include a career and technical education two credit sequence of courses. Amending 22.1-253.13:4. (Patron-Nutter, HB 1442 (I) See HB2039)
Driver education programs; joint subcommittee to study desirability and feasibility of privatizing in public schools. (Patron-Hugo, HJR 712 (F))
Driver education programs; school boards that offer to assess a surcharge to recover program costs that exceed state funds. Amending  22.1-205. (Patron-Amundson, HB 2216 (Chapter 278))
Driver training school and instructor; changes terms, and requires passing of DMV course. Amending  22.1-205, 46.2-324.1, 46.2-325, 46.2-334, 46.2-335, 46.2-490.8, 46.2-1700, 46.2-1701, 46.2-1701.2, 46.2-1701.3, 46.2-1702, 46.2-1705, and 46.2-1707. (Patron-Hugo, HB 2702 (F))
Early childhood education; school divisions to provide programs for four- and five-year-olds. Amending  22.1-199.1 and 22.1-253.13:1. (Patron-Edwards, SB 205 (CD))
Education; expenditures and reports on instructional spending. Adding  22.1-18.2 and 22.1-90.1. (Patron-Cline, HB 2166 (F))
Education expenses; requires Department of Juvenile Justice to pay for any juvenile placed in residential correctional facility. Amending  66-15. (Patron-Saxman, HB 548 (CD))
Educational Choice Act; created. Adding  58.1-339.11 through 58.1-339.15. (Patron-Obenshain, SB 331 (CD))
Election officers; appointment of high school students age 16 or older to serve as interns. Adding  24.2-115.01. (Patron-Alexander, HB 3052 (F))
Expulsion of students; amends the procedure for readmission thereof to school. Amending  22.1-277.06. (Patron-Jones, D.C., HB 1229 (CD))
Family life education; Board of Education to incorporate instruction on dating violence and characteristics of abusive relationships into its curriculum guidelines. Amending 22.1-207.1. (Patron-Ward, HB 1916 (Chapter 32))
Family life education; emphasis of abstinence in curricula. Amending  22.1-207.1 and 22.1-207.2. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 164 (CD))
Family Life Education Programs, Survey of; Report of Board of Education (SJR 171, 2006). (SD 7)
Farm-to-School Program; Farm-to-School Task Force to develop plan for implementing, report. (Patron-Potts, SJR 347 (P))
Farm-to-school website; Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services to establish in order to promote State farm products to educational institutions. Adding  3.1-14.4. (Patron-Potts, SB 797 (Chapter 352))
Firearms; prohibits possession thereof at a child day center. Adding  18.2-287.5. (Patron-Howell, SB 1364 (F))
Firearms on school property; increases penalty for pneumatic weapons. Amending  18.2-308.1. (Patron-Wittman, HB 1866 (F))
Firearms on school property; misdemeanor to possess pneumatic weapons thereon. Amending  18.2-308.1. (Patron-Wittman, HB 3013 (F))
Food products; exempts local school boards from competitive bidding process when purchasing from State farmer. Amending  2.2-4344. (Patron-Potts, SB 796 (F))
George Washington’s birthday; Department of Education to provide school divisions information on commemoration thereof. (Patron-Amundson, HB 2837 (Chapter 132))
Good conduct allowances; available in four class levels and mandatory functional literacy requirement created. Amending 22.1-344.1; adding  53.1-202.5 and 53.1-202.6. (Patron-Marsh, SB 1287 (I) See SB834)
Health insurance; joint subcommittee to study experience pool for educators and local government employees. (Patron-Norment, SJR 372 (P))
Health insurance; program for employees of local governments, teachers, etc., to include same coverage as state employees. Amending  2.2-1204. (Patron-Armstrong, HB 501 (CD))
Health insurance credits; increased for retired teachers. Amending  51.1-1401. (Patron-Shuler, HB 1766 (F); Caputo, HB 1881 (F); Tata, HB 2370 (Chapter 866); Ward, HB 3014 (F); Potts, SB 777 (I) See SB1218; Devolites Davis, SB 831 (I) See SB1218; Stolle, SB 1170 (I) See SB1218; Hanger, SB 1218 (Chapter 921))
High School Diploma; Board of Education to Establish Requirements Thereof For Students With Limited English Proficiency, Final Report (Chapter 526, 2006 Acts). (SD 8)
High school dropout and graduation rates; Board of Education to study. (Patron-Hall, HJR 706 (F); Locke, SJR 329 (P))
Human papillomavirus vaccine; optional vaccination for female students before entering the sixth grade. Amending  32.1-46. (Patron-Hamilton, HB 2035 (Chapter 858))
Impact fees; localities may assess for residential development if existing school facilities inadequate to support. Adding 22.1-95.1. (Patron-Marshall, R.G., HB 1884 (F))
Impact fees; localities to adopt provisions in subdivision ordinances for assessment thereof when facilities for schools inadequate to support residential development. Amending 15.2-2242. (Patron-Marshall, R.G., HB 1670 (F))
Incarcerated persons; access to online GED courses thereby. Amending  22.1-343. (Patron-McClellan, HB 3191 (Chapter 142))
Incarcerated persons; Department of Correctional Education to develop programs for online courses therefor. Amending 22.1-343. (Patron-Hamilton, HB 2041 (Chapter 63))
Incarcerated persons; develop accessibility to higher education using videoconferencing technology therefor. Amending 22.1-343. (Patron-Quayle, SB 953 (Chapter 149))
Incarcerated persons; joint subcommittee to study accessibility of education programs and higher education opportunities. (Patron-Quayle, SJR 363 (I) See SJR327)
Income tax, state; Public/Private Education Investment Tax Credit, created, report. Adding  58.1-439.18 through 58.1-439.21. (Patron-Saxman, HB 1294 (CD); Saxman, HB 1843 (F))
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; burden of persuasion on school division in administrative hearing. Amending 22.1-214. (Patron-Ticer, SB 241 (CD))
Joint school; management of funds therefor, selection of fiscal agent. Amending  22.1-26 and 22.1-118. (Patron-Tata, HB 2371 (Chapter 45))
K-12 education outreach; Department of Education to collaborate with university, industry, and local school board stakeholders to facilitate student participation and workforce development in math and science fields. (Patron-Purkey, HJR 646 (F))
K-12 education, public; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study cost thereof compared to cost of incarceration. (Patron-Miller, SJR 348 (F))
K-14 educational partnerships; created. Amending  22.1-253.13:1, 22.1-253.13:4, 23-9.2:3.02, 23-9.6:1, and 23-9.14:2. (Patron-Hawkins, SB 710 (CD))
Kindergarten programs; expands eligibility for kindergarten in school divisions. Amending  22.1-199. (Patron-McClellan, HB 1636 (F))
Literary Fund; amount of loans available to school division. Amending  22.1-147. (Patron-Ruff, SB 1075 (F))
Literary Fund; raises maximum limit for any loan. Amending 22.1-147. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 2473 (F))
Literary Fund; school board’s application for loan must be signed by governing body and school board. Amending  22.1-146, 22.1-148, 22.1-151, 22.1-153, and 22.1-161; repealing 22.1-154 through 22.1-157. (Patron-Tata, HB 2350 (Chapter 121))
Local government; composite index of local ability-to-pay. Adding 22.1-88.1. (Patron-Albo, HB 1891 (F))
Marijuana; punishes for possession thereof on school grounds as Class 1 misdemeanor. Amending  18.2-250.1. (Patron-Wittman, HB 1857 (F))
Military school age persons; those situated in geographical boundaries of more than one school division shall not be denied admission or charged tuition. Amending  22.1-5. (Patron-Suit, HB 384 (CD))
Miller School of Albemarle; eliminates provision of Act that two members of Board of Trustees be appointed by Governor. Amending Chapter 148, 2004 Acts. (Patron-Abbitt, HB 2342 (Chapter 195))
Neighborhood Assistance Act; makes several changes thereto. Amending  63.2-2000, 63.2-2002, 63.2-2003, and 63.2-2006; adding  22.1-335.1. (Patron-Stosch, SB 757 (F))
Neighborhood Assistance Act tax credit; moves program to Title 58.1 and cross-reference program to Title 63.2. Amending  63.2-2002; adding  22.1-335.1 and 58.1-439.18 through 58.1-439.25; repealing  63.2-2000, 63.2-2001, and 63.2-2003 through 63.2-2006. (Patron-Stosch, SB 1394 (F))
No Child Left Behind Act; Board of Education to request waiver from certain provisions. (Patron-Landes, HB 2542 (Chapter 123); Hanger, SB 1212 (Chapter 730))
Nonpublic schools; school boards may enter into agreements therewith for transportation services. Adding  22.1-176.1. (Patron-Cole, HB 2302 (Chapter 476))
Nurse, licensed; local school boards to employ for each school. Amending  22.1-274. (Patron-Lewis, HB 1719 (I) See HB2479; Crockett-Stark, HB 2479 (F))
Physical education; required to be taught in grades kindergarten through 12. Amending  22.1-253.13:1. (Patron-Potts, SB 599 (CD))
Pocket knives on school property; amends exception that allows person to carry. Amending  18.2-308.1. (Patron-Hurt, HB 2769 (F))
Prisoners; create a system for identifying prisoners with learning disabilities. Amending  22.1-344.1. (Patron-Reid, HB 2625 (Chapter 125))
Public Charter School Fund; created. Adding  22.1-212.5:1. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 2311 (Chapter 118))
Public school contract employees; requires school boards to obtain data on convictions of certain crimes. Amending  22.1-296.1. (Patron-O’Brien, SB 1038 (I) See SB1346)
Public schools; Board of Education to establish and regularly convene an Educational Roundtable to facilitate implementation and continuation of efforts to improve and sustain quality educational leadership. (Patron-Hamilton, HJR 622 (P))
Public schools; joint subcommittee to study appropriateness and efficacy of open education content resources. (Patron-Peace, HJR 702 (F))
Public schools; proof of immigration status or actual citizenship to enroll, report. Amending  22.1-3.1; adding  22.1-18.2. (Patron-Miller, J.H., HB 2932 (F))
Public schools; regulations of foods containing trans fatty acids. Amending  22.1-23. (Patron-Edwards, SB 1197 (F))
Public-Private Education Facilities and Infrastructure Act, and Resources Authority; provision of wireless broadband services. Amending  56-575.1, 62.1-198, and 62.1-199. (Patron-May, HB 2381 (Chapter 649))
Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemption for nonprofit schools. Amending  58.1-609.11. (Patron-Janis, HB 1485 (CD); Janis, HB 2088 (I) See HB2545)
Retail Sales and Use Tax; extends sunset provision for free distribution of educational materials. Amending  58.1-609.6. (Patron-Scott, E.T., HB 1674 (Chapter 58); Houck, SB 999 (Chapter 604))
Retirement System; creditable compensation of teachers. Amending 51.1-124.3. (Patron-Puckett, SB 1087 (F))
Retirement System; increases average final compensation retirement multiplier for teachers. Amending  51.1-155. (Patron-Shuler, HB 1637 (F); Caputo, HB 1882 (F); Ward, HB 1915 (F))
Safety hotline; local school boards to establish. Amending 22.1-79. (Patron-Fralin, HB 1737 (F))
Scholarship for Disabled Students Program; created. Adding 22.1-335.1 through 22.1-335.8. (Patron-Stosch, SB 545 (CD))
School administrators; revises qualifications for licensure thereof. Amending  22.1-59, 22.1-253.13:2, 22.1-293, 22.1-294, and 22.1-298.1. (Patron-Poisson, HB 2151 (F))
School boards; Board of Education to replace members thereof for neglect of duty. Adding  22.1-57.6. (Patron-Dance, HB 377 (CD))
School boards; contractor to provide certification that all employees have not been convicted of a felony. Amending 22.1-296.1. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 1707 (Chapter 431); Newman, SB 1346 (Chapter 245))
School boards; developing policies to encourage parents to participate in child’s education without harassing school employees. Amending  22.1-79.3. (Patron-Marsden, HB 2657 (F))
School boards; increase of salary for members in Northampton County. Amending  22.1-32. (Patron-Rerras, SB 902 (Chapter 53))
School boards; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study implications of granting fiscal autonomy to those elected. (Patron-Amundson, HJR 640 (F); Blevins, SJR 364 (F))
School boards; notification of parent when student participates in school-sponsored clubs. Amending  22.1-79.3. (Patron-Cole, HB 3047 (I) See HB1727)
School boards; policies concerning noncurriculum-related student organizations. Amending  22.1-79.3. (Patron-Lohr, HB 1727 (F))
School boards; policies regarding acceptance of an award in honor of services by teacher, etc. Amending  22.1-79.3. (Patron-Ebbin, HB 2268 (F))
School boards; referendum for election of chairman in Page County. (Patron-Obenshain, SB 1232 (Chapter 795))
School boards; required to allocate certain percentage of budget to instructional spending. Adding  22.1-18.2 and 22.1-90.1. (Patron-Frederick, HB 1617 (F))
School boards; required to annually review school crisis, emergency management, and medical emergency response plans. Amending 22.1-279.8. (Patron-Ebbin, HB 2271 (Chapter 44))
School boards; tie vote procedure. Amending  22.1-57.3 and 22.1-75. (Patron-Dance, HB 1810 (Chapter 100))
School boards, local; unexpended funds. Amending  22.1-100. (Patron-Marshall, R.G., HB 1752 (F))
School bus decals; school boards may display decals with bus safety hotlines. Amending  22.1-177. (Patron-Peace, HB 1920 (Chapter 104))
School bus stops; local governing bodies and VDOT to mark pavement of highways to indicate. Adding  33.1-223.2:17. (Patron-May, HB 2379 (F))
School bus warning devices; requires red lights to be activated whenever bus door is opened. Amending  46.2-1090. (Patron-Peace, HB 3084 (Chapter 421))
School buses; maximum speed limit therefor. Amending  46.2-871. (Patron-Lohr, HB 1729 (Chapter 98))
School buses; requirement of safety belts. Amending  22.1-177. (Patron-Spruill, HB 2903 (F))
School superintendents; retirement benefits. Amending  51.1-155. (Patron-Tata, HB 2094 (F); Ruff, SB 813 (F))
Schools for Students with Disabilities Fund; established. Amending  63.2-2000, 63.2-2002, 63.2-2003, and 63.2-2006; adding 22.1-335.1. (Patron-Stosch, SB 757 (F))
Severance benefits; public announcement thereof for certain officials appointed by school board. Amending  15.2-1510.1. (Patron-Wittman, HB 1862 (Chapter 257))
Sexual offenses; prohibiting entry of those convicted onto school property, penalty. Amending  16.1-241; adding  18.2-370.5. (Patron-Bell, HB 2344 (Chapter 284); Norment, SB 927 (Chapter 370))
65 Percent Solution; General Assembly to recognize problems with and implications thereof. (Patron-Miller, SJR 349 (F); Miller, SJR 383 (F))
Standards of Learning; Board of Education with Prince William County School Division to determine feasibility and cost effectiveness of utilizing alternative low-cost technology to administer. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HJR 651 (F))
Standards of Learning; Department of Education to include standards regarding instruction on animal safety and humane treatment thereof in future revisions. (Patron-Alexander, HJR 567 (F))
Standards of Learning; waiver requirements for certain students. Amending  22.1-253.13:3. (Patron-Caputo, HB 1875 (F); Hugo, HB 3172 (F))
Standards of Quality; average teacher salary. Amending 22.1-253.13:1 and 22.1-289.1. (Patron-Moran, HB 2847 (F))
Standards of Quality; changes in provisions. Amending 22.1-253.13:1 and 22.1-253.13:3 through 22.1-253.13:7. (Patron-Potts, SB 795 (Chapter 234))
Standards of Quality; changes in provisions. Amending 22.1-253.13:1 through 22.1-253.13:7 and 22.1-274. (Patron-Tata, HB 2093 (F))
Standards of Quality; computation of composite index. Adding 22.1-253.13:9. (Patron-Watts, HB 2278 (F))
Standards of Quality; eliminates requirement for school boards to employ one full-time technology support position per certain number of students. Amending  22.1-253.13:2 and 22.1-274. (Patron-Wardrup, HB 2199 (F))
Standards of Quality; local school boards to identify and enroll students in gifted education programs. Amending  22.1-253.13:1. (Patron-Ware, R.L., HB 2564 (F); McDougle, SB 1338 (F))
Standards of Quality; local school boards to report number of career and technical education completers that graduated. Amending  22.1-253.13:4. (Patron-Lohr, HB 1978 (Chapter 34); Sherwood, HB 2026 (I) See HB1978; Wagner, SB 1148 (Chapter 56))
Standards of Quality; reduces current pupil-teacher ratio in kindergarten. Amending  22.1-253.13:2. (Patron-Watts, HB 2613 (F))
Standards of Quality; requires General Assembly to modify current funding formula and calculation of composite index. Adding 22.1-253.13:9. (Patron-Lingamfelter, HB 1702 (F))
Standards of Quality; requires identification of students in gifted education programs. Amending  22.1-253.13:1. (Patron-Ware, R.L., HB 2104 (F); Hanger, SB 1213 (F))
Student contact information; regulations of Board of Education concerning release of directory information. Amending 22.1-287.1 and 22.1-288. (Patron-Ebbin, HB 2549 (F))
Student information; public schools and public institutions of higher education may retain certified copies. Amending 22.1-3.1; adding  23-2.1:2. (Patron-Phillips, HB 2893 (Chapter 49))
Student records; limitations on access thereto. Amending 22.1-287. (Patron-Reid, HB 2631 (Chapter 48); Lambert, SB 915 (Chapter 555))
Students removed from classes; requires parental notification if removed therefrom for two or more consecutive days. Amending 22.1-276.2. (Patron-Cox, HB 3201 (F))
Students with disabilities; provides due process procedures therefor. Amending  22.1-214. (Patron-O’Bannon, HB 1962 (Chapter 33); Lambert, SB 847 (Chapter 52))
Students with Disabilities Tuition Assistance Grant Program; created. Adding  22.1-335.1 through 22.1-335.8. (Patron-Stosch, SB 759 (F); Stosch, SB 1419 (F))
Teacher Education and Licensure, Advisory Board on; nonlegislative citizen members to be appointed by Governor subject to confirmation by General Assembly. Amending  22.1-305.2. (Patron-Lambert, SB 442 (CD))
Teacher experience credit; school boards to grant one year to licensed teachers for each year of active-duty military service. Adding  22.1-292.3. (Patron-Phillips, HB 2883 (F))
Teachers; removes sunset provision for retirement allowance. Repealing fifth enactment of Chapters 689 and 700, 2001 Acts and third enactment of Chapter 563, 2004 Acts. (Patron-BaCote, HB 2172 (F))
Teachers Returning to Work in Critical Shortage Areas, Actuarial Costs for Retired; Report of Retirement System (Chapters 605 and 606, 2005 Acts). (HD 11)
Teaching Scholarship Loan Program; revises and reorganizes section to make it consistent with language in general appropriation act. Amending  22.1-290.01. (Patron-Ward, HB 1913 (Chapter 31))
Textbooks in public schools; availability for home use. Amending 22.1-251. (Patron-Frederick, HB 492 (CD); Frederick, HB 2556 (F))
Triennial census or statistical survey; school divisions option of choosing. Amending  22.1-281 through 22.1-286. (Patron-Bell, SB 263 (CD))
Tuition, in-state; clarifies requirements for children of deployed military parents. Amending  22.1-5. (Patron-Tata, HB 2092 (Chapter 42))
Veterans Day; Board of Education to provide information for commemoration thereof. (Patron-Plum, HB 2601 (Chapter 124))
Virginia Preschool Initiative; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to study. (Patron-Cox, HJR 729 (P))
Warrants; those issued against law-enforcement officers or public school employees. Amending  19.2-72. (Patron-Cosgrove, HB 1773 (F))
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