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Section 16-40-9 Instruction for avoiding child sexual abuse. (a)(1) The Legislature recognizes
that Erin Merryn was raped and molested for six and a half years by a neighbor and a family
member. She began a crusade her senior year of high school in 2004 to end the silence and
shame around sexual abuse. Erin's Law has been adopted in a number of states to help address
the problem of child sexual abuse. (2) The intent of Erin's Law is to shatter the silence
and stigma around child sexual abuse, and to educate children and empower them to recognize
and to report abuse. (3) The Legislature finds that without a specific initiative like Erin's
Law, schools generally fail to give young students adequate awareness and a voice in this
issue. (b) The Governor's Task Force on Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children created under
subsection (c) shall adopt guidelines for a child sexual abuse prevention instructional program.
The guidelines shall: (1) Educate children in grades pre-kindergarten... - 6K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-6G-3 Task force to make recommendations; membership; meetings; approved systems.
(a) The State Superintendent of Education shall convene a standing task force by December
1, 2019, to provide recommendations for comprehensive core reading and reading intervention
programs, a state continuum of teacher development for approved science of reading pursuant
to subsection (e) of Section 16-6G-6, and an annual list of vetted and approved assessments
that are valid and reliable reading screening, formative, and diagnostic assessment systems
for selection and use by local education agencies. The task force shall meet in regular session
at least twice a year. All appointing authorities shall coordinate their appointments so that
diversity of gender, race, and geographical areas is reflective of the makeup of this state.
The membership of the task force shall include all of the following appointees, each of whom
shall have at least three years of experience with scientifically based... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-8-37 Annual report published. The county board of education shall publish annually
in the month of October in the county newspaper at the county seat of each county a full and
complete statement of the receipts by source and disbursements by function of the county for
the 12 months' period ending September 30 in such form as is required by the State Superintendent
of Education at the same time it forwards said statement to the State Superintendent of Education.
The county board of education shall also publish annually in the county newspaper at the county
seat of each county in the month of October, a statement of the outstanding indebtedness of
the board of education on September 30, which statement must show the schedule by years for
retiring said indebtedness and shall separate funded indebtedness from unfunded indebtedness,
and the statement shall show the resources available to pay such unfunded indebtedness. The
county board of education may also cause to be prepared... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 24-7A-2 Establishment of authority. There is created and established an Indian housing
authority for the jurisdiction of the State of Alabama, to be styled the Alabama Indian Housing
Authority. Its purpose shall be to provide safe and decent dwelling places for low-income
persons and families in Indian areas. The authority shall consist of five members who shall
be appointed by the commission from nominations submitted to the commission from the tribal
councils of the following tribal governments: (1) Cherokees of Southeast Alabama. (2) Cherokees
of Northeast Alabama. (3) Echota Cherokees. (4) Machis Creeks. (5) Star Clan of Muscogee (Creeks).
No person shall be barred from serving as a member of the authority because the person is
a tenant or home buyer in a tribal housing project. Members of the authority shall serve a
term of three years from their appointment, and may serve an unlimited number of terms. In
the event of a vacancy on the authority, the commission shall... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-64-2 Requirements for qualification as resident student; rules and guidelines. (a)
For purposes of admission and tuition, a public institution of higher education may consider
that the term resident student includes any of the following: (1) One who, at the time of
registration, is not a minor and satisfies one of the following: a. Is a full-time permanent
employee of the institution at which the student is registering or is the spouse of such an
employee. b. Can verify full-time permanent employment within the State of Alabama or is the
spouse of such an employee and will commence the employment within 90 days of registration
with the institution. c. Is employed as a graduate assistant or fellow by the institution
at which the student is registering. d. Is an accredited member of or the spouse of an accredited
member of a consular staff assigned to duties in Alabama. e. Is in a program or takes courses
within an interstate consortium of colleges or universities that either... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 31-2-18 Wearing foreign uniforms - Prohibited; exceptions. (a) It shall be unlawful
for any person to appear in any public place or in the public view attired in any uniform
similar to that worn by the military, semimilitary, naval, police, storm troop, or other official
or semiofficial forces of any foreign state, nation or government, or attired in any distinctive
part or parts of such a uniform, and to assemble with other persons similarly attired in any
camp, drill ground, or other place for the purpose of engaging in military drill or training
or other military purposes. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person to appear in any public
place or in the public view attired in the uniform or wearing the distinctive garment of any
association of persons of whatsoever nature or form which engages in, adopts, or imitates
the drill formations, salutes, or other methods or practices or the symbols of any foreign
military, semimilitary, naval, police, storm troop, or similar foreign... - 2K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 45-37A-40 Board of education. (a) Beginning with the municipal elections in 2002, a
school board for the City of Bessemer, Alabama, is established and shall be elected in 2002,
and every four years thereafter. The board shall be called the Bessemer City Board of Education.
The board shall be composed of seven members, with one member being elected from each of the
districts from which the Bessemer City Council are elected, by a majority of the qualified
electors voting who reside in the respective districts. (b) Candidates for each place on the
board of education shall be at least 21 years of age, residents of the district which they
seek to represent on the board for at least 90 consecutive days immediately preceding the
deadline date for qualifying as a candidate, and shall not have a record of conviction for
a felony or any other crime involving moral turpitude. Each candidate shall pay a qualifying
fee in an amount prescribed by the Bessemer City Council. (c)(1) The... - 4K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-11-2 Applicability; composition of boards. (a) The provisions of this chapter shall
apply to city boards of education unless otherwise provided by local law pursuant to Amendment
659 to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, or any other provision of the Constitution of
Alabama of 1901. (b) The general administration and supervision of the public schools and
educational interest of each city shall be vested in a city board of education, to be composed
of five members who shall be residents of the city, and who shall not be members of the city
council or commission. In any Class 4 municipality which has adopted a mayor-council form
of government pursuant to Chapter 43B (commencing with Section 11-43B-1) of Title 11, the
city board of education may be composed of seven members. (c) No person shall be eligible
for election or appointment as a member of a city board of education unless he or she satisfies
all of the following qualifications: (1) Is a person of good moral... - 3K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-16-10 Disposition of proceeds of bonds. (a) The proceeds of all bonds, other than
refunding bonds, issued by the authority remaining after paying expenses of their issuance
shall be deposited in the State Treasury and shall be carried in the State Treasury in a special
or separate account. Said expenses shall be deducted from that portion of the said proceeds
allocated in subsection (o) of this section. Such remaining funds shall be subject to be drawn
upon by the authority with the approval of the secretary of the authority and the Governor,
but any funds so withdrawn shall be used solely for the purpose of financing the construction,
reconstruction, alteration, improvement and equipment of buildings and other facilities for
public educational purposes, including the cost of architectural services therefor and services
rendered by building inspectors for periodic and final inspections thereof, and for acquiring
sites therefor, in accordance with the provisions of this... - 9K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-9-10 Application; licensure by credentials; special purpose license. (a) Every person
who desires to practice dentistry within the State of Alabama shall file an application prescribed
by the board. Notwithstanding the method of obtaining licensure or any particular requirement
set forth herein, every person as a prerequisite to licensure shall be at least 19 years of
age, of good moral character, a citizen of the United States or, if not a citizen of the United
States, a person who is legally present in the United States with appropriate documentation
from the federal government, and a graduate of a dental school or college accredited by the
American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation and approved by the board and
shall satisfy any other requirement set forth in any rule adopted by the board. (b) Licensure
by examination shall be applicable to the following categories: (1) Those individuals who
have never been licensed or taken an examination and whose... - 12K - Match Info - Similar pages

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