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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Title 8. Education
Agency 20. State Board Of Education
9/16/2021

Chapter 131. Regulations Establishing Standards for Accrediting Public Schools in VirginiaRead Chapter

  • Part II. Philosophy, Goals, and ObjectivesRead all
  • Section 20
    Philosophy, goals, and objectives
  • Part III. Student AchievementRead all
  • Section 30
    Student achievement expectations
    Section 40
    [Repealed]
    Section 50
    Requirements for graduation (effective for the students entering ninth grade prior to the 2018-2019 school year)
    Section 51
    Requirements for graduation (effective with the students who enter the ninth grade in the 2018–2019 school year)
    Section 60
    Transfer students
  • Part VIII. School AccreditationRead all
  • Section 370
    Expectations for school accountability and accreditation
    Section 380
    Measurement of school quality for accreditation
    Section 390
    Accreditation
    Section 400
    Application of the school quality indicator performance levels to actions
    Section 410
    Recognitions and rewards for school and division accountability
    Section 420
    Waivers and alternative accreditation plans
    Section 430
    Effective dates

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