College districts enumerated.
State board for community and technical colleges.
Director of the state system of community and technical colleges—Appointment—Term—Qualifications—Salary and travel expenses—Duties.
College board—Organization—Meetings—Quorum—Biennial report—Fiscal year.
College board—Offices and office equipment, including necessary expenses.
College board—Treasurer—Appointment, duties, bond—Depository.
College board—Powers and duties.
Board to waive fees for students finishing their high school education.
Program for military personnel—Restrictions as to high school completion program.
Program for military personnel—Limitation.
Program for military personnel—Costs of funding.
Registration at more than one community and technical college.
Cooperation with workforce training and education coordinating board.
Electronic job bank.
Appointment of trustees for new college district.
Boards of trustees—Generally.
Boards of trustees—Student trustee.
Boards of trustees—Bylaws, rules, and regulations—Chair and vice chair—Terms—Quorum.
Boards of trustees—Powers and duties.
Credits—Statewide transfer policy and agreement—Establishment.
Treasurer of board—Duties—Bond.
Vendor payments, advances or reimbursements for.
Community or technical college faculty senate.
Out-of-district residence not to affect enrollment for state resident.
Intercollegiate coaches—Minimum standards encouraged.
Intercollegiate coaches—Training to promote coaching competence and techniques.
AIDS information—Community and technical colleges.
Overlapping service areas—Regional planning agreements.
Identification and implementation of potential administrative efficiencies, complementary administrative functions, and complementary academic programs within regional area—Plan—Retention of cost savings—Reports.
High-technology education and training.
Video telecommunications programming.
Adult education programs in common school districts, limitations—Certain federal programs, administration.
Districts offering vocational educational programs—Local advisory committees—Advice on current job needs.
Advisory council on adult education—Work force training and education coordinating board to monitor.
Program for dislocated forest products workers—Waiver from tuition and fees.
Opportunity grant program.
Opportunity grant program—Student eligibility—Funding—Performance measures—Documentation—Annual summary.
Identification of grant-eligible programs of study and other job training programs—Marketing.
Opportunity partnership program.
Opportunity employment and education center—Opportunity policy work group—Report by college board.
Curriculum development and funding—
Use of federal stimulus funding—
Recognized programs of study under RCW 28B.50.273—
Prioritization of workforce training programs.
Evergreen jobs training account—Grants.
Opportunity express account.
Seattle Vocational Institute—Findings.
Seattle Vocational Institute—Mission—Advisory committee to advise.
Seattle Vocational Institute—Funding.
Fees and other income—Deposit—Disbursement.
Waivers of tuition and fees—Scholarships—Employment of instructional staff and faculty—Seattle Vocational Institute.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community and technical college facilities and acquisition of property—Revenue bond financing—Public bid.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community and technical college facilities and acquisition of property—Financing by bonds secured by pledge of building fees, grants.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community and technical college facilities and acquisition of property—Bonds—Requirements.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community and technical college facilities and acquisition of property—Community and technical college capital projects account—Disposition of building fees.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community and technical college facilities and acquisition of property—Bonds—Sources for payment of principal and interest on—Funds credited to bond retirement fund—Pledge to collect building fees.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community college facilities and acquisition of property—Bonds—Additional powers incident to bond authorization.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community college facilities and acquisition of property—Refunding bonds—Authorized—Form, term, issuance, etc.—Exchange or sale.
Construction, reconstruction, equipping, and demolition of community college facilities and acquisition of property—Bonds as limited obligation bonds—Additional means to pay principal and interest on.
Bonds—Committee advice and consent prerequisite to issuance.
Construction of chapter when part thereof in conflict with federal requirements which are condition precedent to allocation of federal funds.
Compliance with section 504 of the federal rehabilitation act of 1973, Title VI of the civil rights act of 1964, and Title IX of the educational amendments of 1972.
Use of false academic credentials—Penalties.
Cost-of-living increases—Academic employees.
Cost-of-living increases—Classified employees.
Health care service contracts—Transferred employees of vocational-technical institutes.
Part-time academic employees—State-mandated benefits—Definitions.
Part-time academic employees—State-mandated benefits—Reporting eligible employees.
Part-time academic employees—Best practices compensation and employment—Task force—Report.
Part-time academic employees—Sick leave.
Part-time academic employees—Continuous health care eligibility—Employer contributions.
State purchasing and material control, community college purchases.
Community and technical college innovation account—Expenditures—Strategic technology plan—Enterprise resource planning.
Federal funds, receipt of authorized.
Office for adult literacy.
Contracts with adjacent college district for administrative services.
Agreements for use of services or facilities between district boards of trustees and school boards.
Dual high school and college credit for secondary career and technical courses—Agreements.
Completion of industry certificate or credential—Agreements with skill centers.
Contracts with common school districts for occupational and academic programs for high school students—Enrollment opportunities—Interlocal agreements.
Community or technical college—Issuance of high school diploma or certificate.
Test to earn a high school equivalency certificate—Rules—Issuance of high school equivalency certificate.
Attendance incentive program.
School district bonds—Redemption of by school district to continue though facility under control of college district board.
School district bonds—Redemption—Facilities under administration of college district board.
School district bonds—Those issued for community and technical college facilities not considered indebtedness under statutory limitations on.
Publication of transferable college-level courses—Course lists for one-year academic completion certificates and transferable degrees.
Bachelor of science in nursing program—University Center of North Puget Sound.
Programs that support science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs or career and technical education programs—Selection of colleges—Development of courses leading to a high-demand applied baccalaureate degree.
Applied baccalaureate degree programs.
Baccalaureate degree programs—Agreements with state universities, regional universities, or the state college.
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Bachelor of science degree in computer science—Bellevue college.
Exceptional faculty awards—Intent.
Exceptional faculty awards—"Foundation" defined.
Exceptional faculty awards—Established—Community and technical college faculty awards trust fund.
Exceptional faculty awards—Guidelines—Matching funds—Donations—Disbursements.
Exceptional faculty awards—Name of award—Duties of institution—Use of endowment proceeds.
Exceptional faculty awards—Determination of award—Collective bargaining.
Exceptional faculty awards—Eligibility of foundation for matching funds—Endowment fund management.
Faculty tenure—Rules and regulations—Award of faculty tenure—Maximum probationary period.
Faculty tenure—Written agreement embodying terms of employment furnished faculty.
Faculty tenure—Evaluation of probationer by review committee—Progress report, acknowledgment of receipt—Recommendation as to tenure.
Faculty tenure—Decision not to renew probationary appointment, notice by appointing authority, when.
Faculty tenure—Tenure retained upon reduced work load assignment.
Faculty tenure—Tenure retained upon administrative appointment.
Faculty tenure—Dismissal only for sufficient cause.
Faculty tenure—Certain grounds constituting sufficient cause.
Faculty tenure—Review prior to dismissal—Scope—Recommendations of review committee.
Faculty tenure—Appeal from decision for dismissal—Procedure.
Faculty tenure—Tenure rights upon transfer of employment to another community or technical college.
Faculty tenure—Faculty members currently employed granted tenure.
Faculty tenure—Review committees, composition—Selection of faculty representatives, student representative.
Faculty tenure—For certain educational programs operated in state correctional institutions.
Periodic posttenure evaluation.
Reduction in force of tenured or probationary faculty members due to financial emergency—Conditions—Procedure—Rights.
Transfer of administration of vocational-technical institutes to system of community and technical colleges—Personnel rights.
Technical colleges—Employee option to reenroll in public employees' benefits trust.
Technical colleges—Payment to public employees' and retirees' insurance account.
Laboratory services for the analyzing of samples, public agencies may contract with college for.
Technical colleges—Purchase of support services from school districts.
Apprentices—Recommendations of the state board for community and technical colleges.
Apprentices—Associate degree pathway.
Apprenticeship programs or certificate programs—Transferable course credits.
Apprentice education waivers.
Centers of excellence.
Coordination and alignment of aerospace training programs—Aerospace and advanced materials manufacturing pipeline advisory committee.
Transfer of powers from superintendent of public instruction and state board of education to state board for community and technical colleges.
Transfer of powers from Washington institute for applied technology to Seattle Vocational Institute.
Construction—Chapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships—2009 c 521.