Virginia Code Title 22.1. Education

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  • Chapter 1. System of Public Schools;  General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Board of Education
  • Chapter 3. Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Chapter 4. School Divisions, Joint Schools and Contracts Between School Divisions
  • Chapter 5. School Boards;  Selection, Qualification and Salaries of Members
  • Chapter 6. Division Superintendents
  • Chapter 7. General Powers and Duties of School Boards
  • Chapter 8. Public School Funds
  • Chapter 9. School Property
  • Chapter 10. Literary Fund
  • Chapter 10.1. Borrowing by School Boards from Virginia Retirement System
  • Chapter 11. Virginia Public School Authority
  • Chapter 11.1. Virginia Public School Construction Grants Program and Fund
  • Chapter 11.2. Virginia Public School Educational Technology Grants Program
  • Chapter 12. Pupil Transportation
  • Chapter 13. Programs, Courses of Instruction and Textbooks
  • Chapter 13.2. Standards of Quality
  • Chapter 14. Pupils
  • Chapter 15. Teachers, Officers and Employees
  • Chapter 16. Schools for Students with Disabilities
  • Chapter 17. Compact for Education;  Education Commission of the States
  • Chapter 19. The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind
  • Chapter 20. Southwest Virginia Public Education Consortium
  • Chapter 20.1. Western Virginia Public Education Consortium
  • Chapter 20.2. Northern Neck-Middle Peninsula Public Education Consortium
  • Chapter 22. The Hampton Roads Museum Consortium
  • Chapter 23. Southern Regional Education Compact
  • Chapter 24. Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children

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