Alaska Statutes Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums

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  • Chapter 03. Public Schools Generally
  • Chapter 07. Administration of Public Schools
  • Chapter 08. Education in the Unorganized Borough
  • Chapter 09. Transportation of Pupils
  • Chapter 11. Construction, Rehabilitation, and Improvement of Schools and Education-Related Facilities
  • Chapter 12. Organization and Government of School System
  • Chapter 14. Local Administration of Schools
  • Chapter 16. Special Schools
  • Chapter 17. Financing of Public Schools
  • Chapter 18. Prohibition Against Discrimination Based on Sex or Race in Public Education
  • Chapter 20. Teachers and School Personnel
  • Chapter 25. Teachers' Retirement
  • Chapter 30. Pupils and Educational Programs for Pupils
  • Chapter 33. School Safety and Discipline
  • Chapter 34. Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children
  • Chapter 35. Vocational Education
  • Chapter 38. Head Start
  • Chapter 40. The University of Alaska and the Community Colleges
  • Chapter 42. Postsecondary Education Commission and Loan Corporation
  • Chapter 43. Financial Aid Programs for Postsecondary Students
  • Chapter 44. Interstate Education Compacts
  • Chapter 45. Private and Denominational Schools
  • Chapter 48. Regulation of Postsecondary Educational Institutions
  • Chapter 50. Federal Aid for Education
  • Chapter 56. State and Community Libraries
  • Chapter 57. Museums and Natural and Cultural History Repositories
  • Chapter 60. General Provisions

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