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Adoption, Amendment, or Repeal of Rules


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Initial Proposals (Approved by State Board) Public Hearing
Public Hearing Location: State Board Room at the NH Department of Education
Code of Conduct Requirement Ed 505.08 is being proposed to require all State Board of Education credential holders to certify that they have read and understand the code of conduct at the time that they apply for or renew a New Hampshire credential. Ed 610.01 is being proposed to require all New Hampshire educator preparation programs to require each graduate of a program to demonstrate evidence of an understanding of ethical decision making as it relates to the code of conduct specified in Ed 510.01 through Ed 510.05. 9:30 a.m. on Jan. 10, 2019
Learn Everywhere Ed 1400 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 14, 2019
Graduation Date Ed 306.18(c) 10 a.m. on Feb. 14, 2019

Proposed Interim Rules

None at this time    
Final Proposals (To Be Approved By State Board) Public Hearing
Approval of Nonpublic Schools Ed 400  
Proposed Rules for Adoption
None at this time    

Adopted Rules

The text of an adopted rule is posted here after the Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules votes on the rule and the State Board adopts the rule but before the publication of the rule.
Code of Conduct Ed 500, various sections
Digital Learning Specialist Ed 507.22, Ed 612.19 formerly titled Education Technology Integrator
Alternative Education and Career and Technical Education Ed 1300 governs all aspects of career and technical education centers as well as transportation and tuition costs for both alternative education and career and technical education programs. The rules in the existing chapter Ed 1300 on alternative education programs and the existing Chapter Ed 1400 on career and technical education are being combined and readopted with amendment as Ed 1300. In other words, the existing Chapter Ed 1400 is being eliminated but most of the requirements will remain in the combined Ed 1300. The rules have been condensed to include only areas in which the State Board has rule making authority. See the Alternative Education and Career and Technical Education link to the left for additional information.
Specialist in Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (SAIF) Ed 507.19 contains the certification requirements for Specialist in Assessment of intellectual functioning (SAIF), and Ed 614.08 contains the requirements for the Specialist in Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (SAIF) Preparation Program. These rules outline competencies consistent with current standards and practice in the field. These rules were recently revised and adopted on January 26, 2017. Upon implementation of the rules the Department found errors in the wording of Ed 507.19(a). The placement of the word “or” after (a)(3) suggests that a candidate could qualify for certification having only met one of the criterion listed in that section. Ed 614.08 is being amended to point to Ed 507.19(b) as has been the practice with all credentialing rules going forward in the past year.
Manifest Educational Hardship Ed 320 the intended action of this proposed rule is to adopt a rule pursuant to RSA 193:3 relative to manifest educational hardship and related issues which affect a child's attendance at school. This rule outlines how each school district shall establish a policy consistent with this rule, which shall allow a school board, with the recommendation of the superintendent, to take appropriate action including, but not limited to, assignment to a public school in another district when manifest educational hardship is shown. The prior rule was an interim rule which expired 1-12-17. The language of the rule has been updated from the expired rule to reflect current practices. An annotated copy showing changes from the expired rule is available.
Special Education Aid Ed 1128 is part of the Special Education Ed 1100 rules, specifically Ed 1128, currently called "Special Education Catastrophic Aid" is being readopted with amendment to strike the term "catastrophic aid" pursuant to HB 517 (Chapter 156 of the Laws of 2017) which was passed last legislative session. The term "special education aid" will be replacing "catastrophic aid."
Definitions and Personnel Standards Ed 1102.01 (y) (z), (aa), 1102.03 and Ed 1113.12 is being amended to strike the definitions and requirements pertaining to "highly qualified teachers (HQT)" and "core academic subjects "which are a result of changes in federal requirements.
Ed 507.25, 507.26, 507.27, 612.17 and 612.18 Mathematics Teacher; General Requirements, Mathematics Teacher; Middle Level and Upper Level
Effective 8/8/2018
Ed 513.01 Basic Academic Skills and Subject Area Assessment
Effective 8/8/2018

Published Rules

Administrative Rules and Table of Content

www.gencourt.state.nh.us/rules/about_rules/listagencies.htm

Rulemaking Process

DOE Rulemaking Process

New Hampshire Rulemaking Process Under RSA 541-A


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