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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 20. State Board of Education

Chapter 542. Regulations Governing the Review and Approval of Education Programs in VirginiaRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Administering the regulations
Section 30
Options for accreditation or a process approved by the Board of Education
Section 40
Standards for biennial approval of education programs
Section 50
Application of the standards
Section 60
Standards for Board of Education approved accreditation process
Section 70
Competencies for endorsement areas
Section 80
Professional studies requirements for early/primary education, elementary education, and middle education
Section 90
Early childhood for three-and four-year-olds (add-on endorsement)
Section 100
Early/primary education preK-3
Section 110
Elementary education preK-6
Section 120
Middle education 6-8
Section 130
Professional studies requirements for preK-12 endorsements, special education, secondary grades 6-12 endorsements, and adult education
Section 140
Adult education
Section 150
Adult English as a second language (add-on endorsement)
Section 160
Career and technical education – agricultural education
Section 170
Career and technical education – business and information technology
Section 180
Career and technical education – family and consumer sciences
Section 190
Career and technical education – health and medical sciences
Section 200
Career and technical education – industrial cooperative training (add-on endorsement)
Section 210
Career and technical education – marketing education
Section 220
Career and technical education – technology education
Section 230
Career and technical education – trade and industrial education
Section 240
Career and technical education – vocational special needs (add-on endorsement)
Section 250
Computer science
Section 260
Dance arts preK-12
Section 270
Driver education (add-on endorsement)
Section 280
Section 290
English as a second language preK-12
Section 300
Foreign language preK-12
Section 310
Gifted education (add-on endorsement)
Section 320
Health and physical education preK-12
Section 330
History and social sciences
Section 340
Journalism (add-on endorsement)
Section 350
Keyboarding (add-on endorsement)
Section 360
Library media preK-12
Section 370
Section 380
Mathematics – Algebra I (add-on endorsement)
Section 390
Music education – instrumental preK-12
Section 400
Music education – vocal/choral preK-12
Section 410
Science – biology
Section 420
Science – chemistry
Section 430
Science – Earth science
Section 440
Science – physics
Section 450
Special education early childhood (birth through age 5)
Section 460
Special education hearing impairments preK-12
Section 470
Special education adapted curriculum K-12
Section 480
Special education general curriculum K-12
Section 490
Special education visual impairments preK-12
Section 500
Speech communication (add-on endorsement)
Section 510
Theater arts preK-12
Section 520
Visual arts preK-12
Section 530
Administration and supervision preK-12
Section 540
Mathematics specialist for elementary and middle education
Section 550
Reading specialist
Section 560
School counselor preK-12
Section 570
School psychology
Section 580
School social worker
Section 590
Special education speech-language disorders preK-12
Section 600
Vocational evaluator

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