Kansas Statutes Chapter 72. Schools

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  • Article 1. General Provisions
  • Article 8. Education of Visually Handicapped and Deaf Children
  • Article 9. Special Education
  • Article 10. General Provisions Relating to School Districts
  • Article 11. School Attendance, Curriculum and Accreditation
  • Article 11A. Kansas Challenge to Secondary School Pupils
  • Article 12. Hearing Testing
  • Article 13. Teachers' Licenses
  • Article 14. Mentor Teacher Programs
  • Article 15. Student Publications
  • Article 16. Boards of Education in Cities of First and Second Classes
  • Article 17. Supplemental Retirement Systems
  • Article 19. Alternative Public Education
  • Article 21. School Lands
  • Article 36. Parent Education
  • Article 37. Technology Education and Virtual Schools
  • Article 41. School Textbooks
  • Article 43. Vocational Rehabilitation and Kansas Technical Institute
  • Article 44. Vocational Education
  • Article 45. Adult Education Programs
  • Article 50. Driver Training
  • Article 51. Food Service Programs
  • Article 52. Health Programs
  • Article 53. Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Article 54. Teachers' Contracts
  • Article 55. State School Retirement System
  • Article 60. Compact for Education
  • Article 60A. Interstate Agreement on Qualification of Educational Personnel
  • Article 60B. Midwestern Higher Education Compact
  • Article 60C. Compacts Relating to the Military
  • Article 62. Federal Funds
  • Article 64. School District Finance and Quality Performance
  • Article 64B. School Finance Litigation
  • Article 64C. State Aid to School Districts
  • Article 65. State Aid to Washburn University
  • Article 66. Special Provisions Relating to Assessed Valuation and Taxation for School District Purposes
  • Article 67. School Unification Acts
  • Article 68. State Scholarship Program for Students at Institutions of Postsecondary Education
  • Article 70. School District Equalization and Related Acts
  • Article 71. Transfer of School District Territory
  • Article 73. Disorganization of School Districts
  • Article 74. Higher Education Student Loan Guarantees
  • Article 75. State Board of Education
  • Article 76. Commissioner of Education
  • Article 77. State Department of Education
  • Article 79. Boards of Education--Existing Election Methods
  • Article 80. Boards of Education--Change of Method of Election
  • Article 81. Unified School District Provisions of Limited Application
  • Article 82. Organization, Powers and Finances of Boards of Education
  • Article 83. Transportation of Students
  • Article 84. Purchase of Insurance
  • Article 85. Teaching and School Administration Professional Practices Act
  • Article 86. Deductions from and Reduction of Compensation
  • Article 87. Consolidation of School Districts
  • Article 88. Capital Outlay Levy, Fund and Bonds
  • Article 89. Suspension and Expulsion of Pupils
  • Article 89A. Weapon-Free Schools
  • Article 89B. School Safety and Security Act
  • Article 89C. School Safety Violations, Suspension of Driving Privileges
  • Article 89D. Seclusion and Restraint of Students
  • Article 90. Evaluation of Licensed Personnel
  • Article 91. Traffic and Parking on School Grounds
  • Article 92. Alternative Schools
  • Article 93. Elementary Guidance Programs
  • Article 95. Bilingual Education
  • Article 96. Professional Development Programs
  • Article 97. Honors Programs, Scholarships and Academics
  • Article 99. At-Risk Education
  • Article 99A. Tax Credit Scholarship Programs

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