Administrative Rules


Proposed Administrative Rules

Oklahoma State Department of Education administrative rules are published in Title 210 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code.  

Click here to access the online version of Title 210 of the Oklahoma Administrative Code on the Oklahoma Secretary of State's Office of Administrative Rules website.

Agency rulemaking is governed by the Oklahoma Administrative Procedures Act at 75 O.S. § 250 et seq.  Notice documents required by the Oklahoma Administrative Procedures Act are published in the Oklahoma Register by the Oklahoma Secretary of State's Office of Administrative Rules (OAR).  Informational materials on the APA rulemaking process are available at the OAR website.  The public is invited to submit comments on proposed permanent rules during the open public comment periods via email at rules@sde.ok.gov.  The APA does not require a public comment period for emergency rules prior to adoption. 

After close of the public comment period, proposed permanent rules are submitted to the State Board of Education (or, in the case of rules governing full-time statewide virtual charter schools, the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board) for adoption.  Proposed permanent rules which have been adopted by the Board are submitted to the Legislature and Governor for review in accordance with the requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act. 

Please see below for information and updates regarding the status of administrative rules proposed for adoption by the State Board of Education (Title 210) or the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board (Title 777).  2014 permanent rules which have been finally adopted will go into effect on September 12, 2014.  In the meantime, please refer to this page for copies of 2013 emergency rules currently in effect.

2014 Emergency Rules - State Department of Education (Title 210)
Emergency Rules

The following emergency rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on July 23, 2014 and have been submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval:

CHAPTER 15.  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
SUBCHAPTER 4.  COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS
210:15-4-1.  Purpose [REVOKED]
210:15-4-2.  Definitions [REVOKED]
210:15-4-3.  Adoption and implementation [REVOKED]
CHAPTER 15.  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
SUBCHAPTER 34.  SUPPLEMENTAL ONLINE COURSE PROCEDURES
210:15-34-1.  General provisions [AMENDED]

CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
210:10-1-18.  Transfers [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 9.  PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:  TEACHER EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
PART 9.  TEACHER CERTIFICATION
210:20-9-105.  Non-traditional certification in special education [NEW]
2014 Emergency Rules - Statewide Virtual Charter School Board (Title 777)
Emergency Rules

The following emergency rule was adopted by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board on July 8, 2014 and has been submitted to the Governor and Legislature for approval:

CHAPTER 10.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 3.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOL SPONSORSHIP 
777:10-3-3.  Applications to sponsor statewide virtual charter schools; renewal and termination of contracts for sponsorship of statewide virtual charter schools [NEW]

The following emergency rules were adopted by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board on May 13, 2014 and signed by the Governor on July 1, 2014:

CHAPTER 10.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
777:10-1-2.  Definitions [NEW]
CHAPTER 10.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 3.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOL SPONSORSHIP
777:10-3-5.  Full-time virtual charter schools - succession of contractual rights and reversion of property to Statewide Virtual Charter School Board [NEW]
CHAPTER 10.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 5. STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOL FACILITIES
777:10-5-3.  Statewide Virtual Charter School Sites [NEW]
2014 Permanent Rules - Statewide Virtual Charter School Board (Title 777)
Track B Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from January 15, 2014 until February 19, 2014, and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held February 19, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

The following proposed rule was adopted by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board on June 10, 2014 and was submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on June 11, 2014.
 

CHAPTER 1.  ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
777:1-1-9.  Individual proceedings [NEW]
Track A Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from December 16, 2013 to January 17, 2014, and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held January 17, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rules were adopted by the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board on March 11, 2014 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on March 12, 2014.  The rules were finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 1.  ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
777:1-1-1.  Purpose [NEW]
777:1-1-3.  Authority, interpretation, and severability of rules [NEW]
777:1-1-4.  Organization [NEW]
777:1-1-5.  Time computation [NEW]
777:1-1-6.  Records requests [NEW]
777:1-1-7.  Procedures for declaratory rulings [NEW]
777:1-1-8.  Petitions for adoption, amendment, or repeal of a rule [NEW]
CHAPTER 10.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 3.  STATEWIDE VIRTUAL CHARTER SCHOOL SPONSORSHIP 
777:10-3-1.  Purpose [NEW]
777:10-3-3.  Applications to sponsor statewide virtual charter schools; renewal and termination of contracts for sponsorship of statewide virtual charter schools [NEW]
2014 Permanent Rules - State Department of Education (Title 210)
Track 6 Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED. The public comment period was open from February 18, 2014 until March 20, 2014 at 4:30 p.m., and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held on March 20, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on March 25, 2014 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on March 25, 2014. The rules were finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 15.  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
SUBCHAPTER 3.  PRIORITY ACADEMIC STUDENT SKILLS OKLAHOMA ACADEMIC STANDARDS
PART 3.  Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten
210:15-3-5.6.  SCIENCE [AMENDED]
PART 9.  SCIENCE
210:15-3-70.  Overview and organization of standards [AMENDED]
210:15-3-70.1.  Science standards for grades 1 through 12 [REVOKED]
210:15-3-70.2  Definitions [AMENDED]
210:15-3-71.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 1 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-72.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 2 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-73.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 3 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-74.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 4 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-75.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 5 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-76.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 6 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-77.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 7 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-78.  Standards for inquiry, physical, life, and earth/space science for grade 8 [AMENDED]
210:15-3-79.  Physical science  - standards for inquiry and the physical sciences for high school [AMENDED]
210:15-3-80.  Biology I – standards for inquiry and the biological sciences for high school [AMENDED]
210:15-3-81.  Chemisty – standards for inquiry and chemistry for high school [AMENDED]
210:15-3-82.  Physics – standards for inquiry and physics for high school [AMENDED]
210:15-3-83.  Earth and Space Science and Environmental Science – standards for inquiry, Earth and Space Science and Environmental Science and environmental science for high school [AMENDED]
Track 5 Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from January 15, 2014 until February 19, 2014, and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held February 19, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rule was adopted by the State Board of Education on March 25, 2014 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on March 25, 2014. The rule was finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 40.  GRANTS AND PROGRAMS-IN-AID
SUBCHAPTER 87.  RULES FOR PAYMENTS TO CHARTER SCHOOLS
210:40-87-3.  Distribution and reporting of state appropriated funds to charter school sponsors and charter schools Guidelines for payment [AMENDED]
Track 4 Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from January 2, 2014 until February 5, 2014, and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held February 5, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on March 4, 2014 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on March 6, 2014. The rules were finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 1.  STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
SUBCHAPTER 3.  DEPARTMENTAL PRECEPTS
210:1-3-8.1.  Student Data Accessibility, Transparency and Accountability Act [NEW]
CHAPTER 1.  STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
SUBCHAPTER 3.  DEPARTMENTAL PRECEPTS
210:1-3-11.  Open Records Act [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
210:10-1-21.  Emergency administration of anaphylaxis medication in public schools [NEW]
CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 3.  CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAM
PART 5.  NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
210:10-3-51.  National School Lunch Program [AMENDED]
PART 7.  SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAM
210:10-3-71.  School breakfast program [AMENDED]
PART 9.  SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN
210:10-3-91.  Summer food service program for children [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 25.  FINANCE
SUBCHAPTER 5.  BUDGETING AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Part 2.  PERSONNEL AND PROCEDURES
210:25-5-10.  The encumbrance clerk [AMENDED]
210:25-5-11.  The school district treasurer [AMENDED]

CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 5.  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Part 13.  STANDARD VII:  THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-5-74.  Statement of the standard [AMENDED]

SUBCHAPTER 7.  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR MIDDLE LEVEL SCHOOLS
Part 13.  STANDARD VII:  THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-7-64.  Statement of the standard [AMENDED]

SUBCHAPTER 9.  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Part 13.  STANDARD VII:  THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-9-74.  Statement of the standard [AMENDED]

CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 27.  PROFICIENCY BASED PROMOTION
210:35-27-1.  Purpose and scope   [AMENDED]
210:35-27-2.  Proficiency based promotion and evaluations of student placement [AMENDED]
210:35-27-3.  Appropriate notation for credit in core required curriculum area(s) completed through examination [AMENDED]

The following Track 4 rule was withdrawn due to subsequently-enacted legislation that superceded the proposed rule. A revised rule incorporating the provisions of HB 2683 will be proposed at a later date.

CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
210:10-1-18.  Transfers [AMENDED]
Track 3 Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from December 2, 2013 to January 10, 2014, and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held January 10, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on January 23, 2014 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on January 27, 2014.  The rules were finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 9.  PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:  TEACHER EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
Part 1.  GENERAL TEACHING CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS
210:20-9-9.  Kinds, types, classes and processing fees of certificates [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 9.  PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:  TEACHER EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
Part 9.  TEACHER CERTIFICATION
210:20-9-102.  Career development program for paraprofessionals [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 9.  PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:  TEACHER EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
Part 9.  TEACHER CERTIFICATION
210:20-9-110.  Alternative placement teaching certificates [NEW]
CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
210:35-1-4.  Standards eligible for deregulation [AMENDED]
 
SUBCHAPTER 3.  STANDARDS FOR ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
Part 1.  STANDARD I:  PHILOSOPHY (AND/OR MISSION) AND GOALS
210:35-3-4. Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 3.  STANDARD II:  SCHOOL-COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS
210:35-3-24.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 5.  STANDARD III:  ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION
210:35-3-44.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 7.  STANDARD IV:  CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, ASSESSMENT AND CLIMATE
210:35-3-64Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 9.  STANDARD V:  THE SCHOOL STAFF
210:35-3-84.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 11.  STANDARD VI:  STUDENT SERVICES
210:35-3-104.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 13.  STANDARD VII:  THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-3-124.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 15.  STANDARD VIII:  STUDENT ACTIVITIES PROGRAM
210:35-3-144.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 17.  STANDARD IX:  FINANCIAL SUPPORT
210:35-3-164.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 19.  STANDARD X:  SCHOOL FACILITIES
210:35-3-184.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
 
SUBCHAPTER 5.  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
Part 9.  STANDARD V:  THE SCHOOL STAFF
210:35-5-46.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 13.  STANDARD VII:  THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-5-75.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
 
SUBCHAPTER 7:  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR MIDDLE LEVEL SCHOOLS
Part 5.  STANDARD III: ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION
210:35-7-22.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 9.  STANDARD V:  THE SCHOOL STAFF
210:35-7-45.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 13.  STANDARD VII: THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-7-65.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
 
SUBCHAPTER 9:  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Part 5.  STANDARD III: ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION
210:35-9-22.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 9.  STANDARD V:  THE SCHOOL STAFF
210:35-9-47.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]
Part 13.  STANDARD VII:  THE MEDIA PROGRAM
210:35-9-75.  Standards eligible for deregulation [REVOKED]

CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 3. STANDARDS FOR ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
Part 23.  STANDARD XII:  DEREGULATION, WAIVERS, AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM--RULES AND PROCEDURES
210:35-3-228.  Required application criteria to be considered for requests for deregulations, waivers of statutory requirements, and participation in the School District Empowerment Program deregulated status [AMENDED]
210:35-3-229.  State Department of Education/State Board of Education application program procedures  Applications for participation in the School District Empowerment Program [AMENDED]

CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 3. STANDARDS FOR ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
Part 21.  STANDARD XI:  ACCREDITATION STATUS
210:35-3-201.  Statement of the standard [AMENDED]

Track 2 Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from November 1, 2013 to December 6, 2013 and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held December 10, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on December 19, 2013 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on December 19, 2013.  The rules were finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 1.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
210:10-1-20.  Implementation of policies prohibiting harassment, intimidation, and bullying [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 13.  STUDENT ASSESSMENT
210:10-13-2.  Oklahoma School Testing Program (OSTP) scope and general administration [AMENDED]
210:10-13-11.  Testing students with disabilities  [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 13.  STUDENT ASSESSMENT
210:10-13-4.  Test security and validity [AMENDED]
210:10-13-18.  Oklahoma School Accountability System [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 15.  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
SUBCHAPTER 3.  PRIORITY ACADEMIC STUDENT SKILLS
Part 13.  The Arts [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 23.  SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
210:20-23-3.  Requirements for new school board member training [AMENDED]
210:20-23-4.  Requirements for continuing education; certificates, costs [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 3.  STANDARDS FOR ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
Part 19.  SCHOOL FACILITIES
210:35-3-186.  Site and buildings: size and space; accessibility; maintenance; health and safety [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 35.  STANDARDS FOR ACCREDITATION OF ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE LEVEL, SECONDARY, AND CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOOLS
SUBCHAPTER 9.  ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Part 7.  STANDARD IV:  CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, ASSESSMENT AND CLIMATE
210:35-9-31.  Programs of study and graduation requirements  [AMENDED]

The following Track 2 rule was adopted by the State Board of Education on January 23, 2014 and was submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on January 27, 2014.  The rule was finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 9.  PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:  TEACHER EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
PART 15.  GENERAL COMPETENCIES FOR LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION
210:20-9-152.  General competencies for licensure and certification [AMENDED]
Track 1 Rules

The public comment period for the following proposed permanent rules has CLOSED.  The public comment period was open from October 15, 2013 to November 18, 2013, and a public hearing on the proposed rules was held November 18, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the Oliver Hodge Education Building, Room 1-20, 2500 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The following proposed rules were adopted by the State Board of Education on December 19, 2013 and were submitted to the Governor and the Legislature for approval on December 19, 2013. The rules were finally adopted by Governor's Declaration on June 19, 2014.

CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 13.  STUDENT ASSESSMENT
210:10-13-16.  Student exceptions and exemptions related to graduation requirements for end-of-instruction exams [AMENDED] ("ACE")
CHAPTER 10.  SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER 13.  STUDENT ASSESSMENT
210:10-13-22.  Implementation of a system of school improvement and accountability [AMENDED] ("A-F")
CHAPTER 15.  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
SUBCHAPTER 27.  READING SUFFICIENCY ACT
210:15-27-2.  Good cause exemptions for promotion under the Reading Sufficiency Act  [AMENDED]
210:15-27-3.  Standards for mid-year promotion of retained third graders  [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 15.  CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION
SUBCHAPTER 34.  SUPPLEMENTAL ONLINE COURSE PROCEDURES
210:15-34-1.  General Provisions [AMENDED]
CHAPTER 30.  SCHOOL FACILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION
SUBCHAPTER 5.  TRANSPORTATION
210:30-5-8.  School Bus Driver Certification [NEW]

The following Track 1 rule was withdrawn due to subsequently-enacted legislation that superceded the proposed rule. A revised rule incorporating the provisions of HB 2683 will be proposed at a later date.

CHAPTER 20.  STAFF
SUBCHAPTER 9.  PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS:  TEACHER EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
PART 9.  TEACHER CERTIFICATION
210:20-9-105.  Non-traditional certification in special education [NEW]
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