Minnesota Statutes Education Code: Prekindergarten-Grade 12 (Ch. 120-129C)

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  • Chapter 120. Definitions;  Attendance;  Special Education;  Fees Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 120A. Education Code;  Attendance;  School Calendar
  • Chapter 120B. Curriculum and Assessment
  • Chapter 121. State Administration;  Interstate Compact Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 121A. Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Behavior
  • Chapter 122A. Teachers and Other Educators
  • Chapter 123A. School Districts;  Forms for Organizing
  • Chapter 123B. School District Powers and Duties
  • Chapter 124. Education Finance Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 124A. General Education Revenue Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 124D. Education Programs
  • Chapter 124E. Charter Schools
  • Chapter 125A. Special Education and Special Programs
  • Chapter 125B. Education and Technology
  • Chapter 126. Curriculum;  American Indians Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 126C. Education Funding
  • Chapter 127A. State Administration of Education
  • Chapter 128. Cook County School District
  • Chapter 128B. Pine Point School
  • Chapter 128C. High School League
  • Chapter 128D. Special School District No. 1, Minneapolis
  • Chapter 129. Chippewa Forest Land Exchanges;  Border Agreements
  • Chapter 129A. Vocational Rehabilitation Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 129B. Grants for Education Repealed and Renumbered
  • Chapter 129C. Perpich Center for Arts Education

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