2014 Tennessee Code
Title 49 - Education
Chapter 1 - State Administration
Part 2 - Department of Education
- § 49-1-201 - Powers and duties of the commissioner.
- § 49-1-202 - Divisions.
- § 49-1-203 - Waiver of state board rules.
- § 49-1-204 - Driver education and training courses in public schools.
- § 49-1-205 - Support and assistance for family life education.
- § 49-1-206 - Preschool/parenting learning centers for teen parents.
- § 49-1-207 - Innovative educational programs.
- § 49-1-208 - Standards for parental involvement in public schools.
- § 49-1-209 - Management information system.
- § 49-1-210 - Standards of fiscal accountability.
- § 49-1-211 - Annual report by commissioner.
- § 49-1-212 - Fiscal analysis required of any policy, rule, or regulation that will financially impact an LEA
- § 49-1-213 - Technical assistance.
- § 49-1-214 - Safe schools -- Advisory guidelines.
- § 49-1-215 - Training for teachers relating to attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity.
- § 49-1-216 - Plan to reduce variance between dropout rates of African-American students and the general student population.
- § 49-1-217 - Survey of students to be conducted to determine proportion with Internet access at home.
- § 49-1-218 - Establishment of guidelines for release of education data for research purposes.
- § 49-1-219 - Advisory guidelines for reporting DUI-related deaths of minors.
- § 49-1-220 - Sexual violence awareness and prevention curriculum.
- § 49-1-221 - Policy on use of Internet -- Filing of policy -- Contents.
- § 49-1-222 - Children's mental health care -- Development of interagency projects and programs.
- § 49-1-223 - Asthma -- Development of comprehensive state plan -- Report.
- § 49-1-224 - Education Pays Act -- Award of rewards -- Funding -- Study of effects.
- § 49-1-225 - Review of measures to prevent breaches in security of standardized tests -- Report of findings and recommendations.
- § 49-1-226 - Administration of TCAP tests -- Request for proposal for assessments in English language arts and math -- Adoption of core standards in subjects beyond math and English language arts prohibited.
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