Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 388. Schools and School Aid

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  • Critical Health Problems Education Act
  • Oath of Teachers
  • Reemployment of Teachers Honorably Discharged from Military Service
  • Postsecondary Enrollment Options Act
  • Adult Education
  • Reorganization of School Districts
  • Reorganization of School Districts
  • Federal Grants to Schools
  • Farm-To-School Procurement Act
  • Construction of School Buildings
  • Asbestos in Educational Facilities
  • State Loans to School Districts
  • State Loans to School Districts
  • State Loans to School Districts
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • State Board of Education
  • Parent Cooperative Preschools
  • Federal Funds for Education
  • Federal Funds for Educational Television
  • Federal Funds for Arts and Humanities
  • Assessment of Remedial Assistance Programs
  • Compact for Education
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Interstate Agreement on Qualification of Educational Personnel
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • The State School Aid Act of 1979
  • Career and Technical Preparation Act
  • School Bond Qualification, Approval, and Loan Act
  • Private, Denominational, and Parochial Schools
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Student Online Personal Protection Act

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