Chapter 28A.230 RCW



HTMLPDF 28A.230.010Course content requirementsAccess to career and technical statewide equivalency coursesDuties of school district boards of directorsWaivers.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.015Access to career and technical course waiver.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.020Common school curriculum.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.030Students taught in English languageException.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.040Physical education in grades one through eight.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.050Physical education in high schools.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.055Physical education programsAnnual review.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.060Waiver of course of study in Washington's history and government.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.070AIDS education in public schoolsLimitationsProgram adoptionModel curriculaStudent's exclusion from participation.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.080Prevention of child abuse and neglectWritten policyParticipation in and establishment of programs.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.085Curriculum for prevention of sexual abuse on superintendent's website.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.090High school graduation requirements or equivalenciesHigh school and beyond plansCareer and college ready graduation requirements and waiversReevaluation of graduation requirementsLanguage requirementsCredit for courses taken before attending high schoolPostsecondary credit equivalencies.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.091High school and beyond plansBest practices.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.094High school civics course.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.095Essential academic learning requirements and assessmentsVerification reports.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.097Career and technical high school course equivalencies.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.100Rules implementing course requirementsTemporary exemptions and special alterations from requirementsCompetency testing.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.120High school diplomasIssuanceOption to receive final transcriptsNotice.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.122International baccalaureate diplomas.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.125Standardized high school transcripts.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.130Program to help students meet minimum entrance requirements at baccalaureate-granting institutions or to pursue career or other opportunitiesHigh school course offerings for postsecondary credit.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.140United States flagProcurement, display, exercisesNational anthem.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.150Temperance and Good Citizenship DayAids in programmingVoter registrationReport.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.158Disability history monthActivities.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.160Educational activities in observance of Veterans Day.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.170Study of constitutions compulsoryRules.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.178Civil rights education.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.179Cardiopulmonary resuscitation instruction.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.180Access to campus and student information directories by official recruiting representativesInforming students of educational and career opportunities.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.195Test or assessment scoresAdjustments to instructional practicesNotification to parents.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.212High school and beyond plansSubstantive requirements.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.215High school and beyond plansUniversal online platform.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.250Coordination of procedures and content of assessments.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.265Condensed compliance reportsSecond-class districts.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.295Daily recess.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.300Computer science.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.305Arts instruction.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.310Financial aid advising day.
HTMLPDF 28A.230.320Emergency waivers from credit and subject area graduation requirements.


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