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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 20. State Board of Education
5/29/2017

Chapter 440. Regulations Governing the Employment of Professional PersonnelRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Contractual period defined
Section 30
Contract to be in writing
Section 40
Length of the probationary term
Section 50
Calculating term for first year of teaching
Section 60
Probationary period for principal or supervisor
Section 70
Probationary period when employee separates from service
Section 80
Effect of service outside the Virginia system
Section 90
Eligibility for continuing contract
Section 100
Continuing contract status when employee separates from service
Section 110
Contract to be separate and apart from annual or continuing contract
Section 120
Termination notice required
Section 130
Purpose of a uniform hiring process
Section 140
Phase One of the three-phase employment process
Section 150
Phase Two of the three-phase employment process
Section 160
Phase Three of the three-phase employment process
Section 160:1
APPENDIX a.CONTRACT FORMS
Section 160:2
APPENDIX B.LISTING OF ESSENTIAL CONTRACT ELEMENTS

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