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Title 59 - Education

CHAPTER 52

South Carolina School-To-Work Transition Act of 1994 [Repealed]

SECTIONS 59-52-10 to 59-52-150. Repealed by 2005 Act No. 88, Section 4, eff May 27, 2005.

Editor's Note

Former Section 59-52-10 was entitled "Short Title" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 1.

Former Section 59-52-20 was entitled "Findings" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 2.

Former Section 59-52-30 was entitled "Definitions" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 3.

Former Section 59-52-40 was entitled "Board of Education to take certain actions to prepare students for employment and lifelong learning; basic components of program." and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 4.

Former Section 59-52-50 was entitled "School district boards to take certain actions; basic aims; steps to be reported in annual updates to plans" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 5.

Former Section 59-52-60 was entitled "Extension of completion dates" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 6.

Former Section 59-52-70 was entitled "System to provide for professional development, accountability for student progress" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 7.

Former Section 59-52-80 was entitled "Employment Security Commission to take certain actions to provide link between employers and youth seeking employment" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 8.

Former Section 59-52-90 was entitled "School-To-Work Advisory Council" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 9; 1999 Act No. 102, Section 2.

Former Section 59-52-95 was entitled "School to Work Advisory Council report to House and Senate Committees" and was derived from 1999 Act No. 102, Section 1.

Former Section 59-52-100 was entitled "Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education to take certain actions; articulation to post-secondary institutions; advanced standing in technical programs; prerequisite requirements for precollege curriculum; courses for potential teachers, guidance counselors; reporting" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 10.

Former Section 59-52-110 was entitled "Feasibility study as to tax credits, spending, liability and compensation, other school-to-work related issues; recommendations" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 11.

Former Section 59-52-120 was entitled "Review of system; report" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 12.

Former Section 59-52-130 was entitled "Requirements of chapter not applicable to private schools or home schools" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 13.

Former Section 59-52-140 was entitled "Parental permission required" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 14.

Former Section 59-52-150 was entitled "Instructional materials to be approved and made available" and was derived from 1994 Act No. 450, Section 15.




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