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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 20. State Board of Education
9/18/2020

Chapter 671. Regulations Governing the Operation of Private Schools for Students with DisabilitiesRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Exemptions
Section 30
Licenses generally
Section 40
Advertising
Section 50
Types of licenses
Section 60
Change in condition
Section 70
License to operate is nontransferable
Section 80
Penalty for noncompliance in obtaining a license to operate
Section 90
List of private schools for students with disabilities
Section 100
Initial application
Section 110
Applicant commitments
Section 120
Assessment of application
Section 130
On-site inspection
Section 140
Renewal of licenses
Section 150
Monitoring
Section 160
Complaint resolution procedures
Section 170
Denial, revocation, or suspension of license
Section 180
Summary or final order of suspension
Section 190
Timeline for correction of unsatisfactory conditions
Section 200
Governing body
Section 210
Responsibilities of the licensee
Section 220
Fiscal accountability
Section 230
Protection of contractual rights
Section 240
Insurance
Section 250
Fundraising
Section 260
Relationship to the department
Section 270
Personnel policies and procedures
Section 280
Job qualifications
Section 290
Job descriptions
Section 300
School administrators
Section 310
Teachers and staffing
Section 320
Substitute teachers
Section 330
Support staff
Section 340
Staff supervision
Section 350
Staff development
Section 360
Personnel records
Section 370
School facilities and safety
Section 380
Contingency plans
Section 390
Weapons
Section 400
Searches
Section 410
Student application and admission
Section 420
Standard school year and school day
Section 430
Community relationships
Section 440
Philosophy, goals, and objectives
Section 450
Student achievement expectations
Section 460
Individualized Education Program (IEP)
Section 470
Individualized Instruction Program (IIP)
Section 480
504 Plans
Section 490
Program of instruction and learning objectives
Section 500
Instructional program for elementary school grades
Section 510
Instructional program for middle school grades
Section 520
Instructional program for secondary school grades
Section 530
Alternative education
Section 540
Transition services
Section 550
Extracurricular and other school activities, and recess
Section 560
Family life
Section 570
Student work-study or on-the-job training
Section 580
Virtual learning
Section 590
Equipment, instructional materials, and library media
Section 600
School records
Section 610
Diplomas
Section 620
Student conduct
Section 630
Behavior intervention
Section 640
Time-out
Section 650
Prohibitions
Section 660
Managing student behavior in emergency situations
Section 670
Videotaping
Section 680
Referral for evaluation
Section 690
Suspected child abuse and neglect
Section 700
Serious incident reports
Section 710
Medication and health
Section 720
School nutrition
Section 730
Transportation
Section 740
(Reserved)
Section 750
Student discharge
Section 760
Maintenance of student records
Section 770
Participation of students in human research
Section 780
Procedures for permanent school closing
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