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Laws and Rules | CDE

1 week ago This law, commonly known as the Exceptional Children’s Education Act (ECEA), delineates requirements for administrative units (AUs) and their constituent schools or districts when implementing program plans for gifted student education. ECEA is the overarching law for gifted education and special education. Student Groups

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Colorado Constitution & Statutes

1 day ago United States and Colorado Constitutions PDF. Constitution of the State of Colorado. Article V Legislative department Section 1 General assembly - initiative and referendum

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Colorado Judicial Branch - Courts - Youth and the Law ...

1 week ago Colorado law (2-4-401(6)) defines a minor as a person who has not attained the age of 21, except as otherwise provided in the express language of another statute. The age of majority is the age when young people are considered adults for most matters. Colorado, as many other states, has determined the age of majority to be 18 years of age or older.

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Part 1 - Library Law | CDE

3 days ago Back to the Library Law Contents Page. 24-90-106. Participation of existing libraries in the formation of new libraries. (1) Any governmental unit of the state of Colorado has the power to establish and maintain a public library under the provisions of this part 1, either by itself or in cooperation with one or more other governmental units.

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Constitution of the State of Colorado

4 days ago (d) Any effort to realize personal financial gain through public office other than compensation provided by law is a violation of that trust; and (e) To ensure propriety and to preserve public confidence, they must have the benefit of specific standards to guide their conduct, and of a penalty mechanism to enforce those standards.

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C.R.S. Title 24 Government - State

5 days ago (l) Make a campaign contribution in excess of the applicable limitations established by law or rule or make, solicit, or promise to solicit a campaign contribution during the period when lobbyists are prohibited from making such contributions under section 1-45-105.5, C.R.S.;

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Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA)

1 week ago Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) < Back to main RULONA page. Effective date: July 1, 2018 Statute. Eligibility for a commission. In addition to other RULONA requirements, including being lawfully present in the U.S., an applicant must either be a Colorado resident or have a place of employment in Colorado.

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Code of Colorado Regulations

2 days ago The Board shall hold at least 6 regular meetings a year as required by law. Notice of regular meetings shall be given as required by Section 24-6-402(2), Colorado Revised Statutes. All meetings of the Board are open to the public except when the Board meets in executive session as allowed by Section 24-6-402, Colorado Revised Statutes.

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DEPARTMENT OF REGULATORY AGENCIES Civil Rights …

2 days ago (T) “Law” means Parts 3 through 7 of Article 34 of Title 24, of the Colorado Revised Statutes. Whenever these Rules refer to a provision of the Law or any other statutory or regulatory provision, the reference shall mean the current statutory or regulatory provision in effect, as hereinafter amended, revised, or re-codified.

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Election Crimes, Rules, and Penalties FAQs

4 days ago Under Colorado law, Electioneering (aka, campaigning) is prohibited from taking place either inside a polling place or within 100 feet of any building in which a polling location is located. In addition, electioneering is prohibited within 100 feet of a drop-box. Each polling place must post signs marking the limit. Q2.

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Guidelines and Regulations | CDE

1 week ago Feb 01, 1999  · Colorado Child Passenger Safety Law; Colorado Minimum Standards Governing School Transportation Vehicles 1 CCR 301-25. Vehicles manufactured 2015 - Present (PDF) (Effective April 30, 2015) Vehicles manufactured 2007 - 2015 (PDF) (Effective September 1, 2007) Vehicles manufactured 1999 - 2007 (PDF) (Effective February 1, 1999)

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Enrollment | CDE

1 week ago Jul 30, 2019  · C.R.S. 22-33-105 And 106, Title 22: Education, School Districts, Article 33: School Attendance Law Of 1963 Summary of Impact. The School Attendance Law requires that every Colorado resident between ages 6 and 21 is entitled to attend public school in the district where he or she is a resident, except for a limited number of circumstances.

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Colorado Non-Public Schools | CDE

1 week ago Aug 29, 2013  · The School Attendance Law (Article 33 of Title 22, C.R.S.) distinguishes between non-public schools and home study. Home study is permitted in Colorado under this law. Non-public schools are required to provide a basic academic education, but are protected from untoward interference by any board of education, state or local.

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The Articles of Confederation (Simplified) Approved by all ...

1 week ago A. Explains how bills become law. 2 | P a g e B. All bills must pass both houses of Congress in the exact same form. That is, the House and the Senate must agree to the same wording on a bill before it is sent to the President. C. Bills that pass both houses are sent to the President.

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Library Law Table of Contents | CDE

1 week ago Jul 06, 2018  · 24-90-103.5 - Acts of elections conducted pursuant to provisions which refer to qualified electors. 24-90-104 - State Library Created - administration. 24-90-105 - Powers and duties of state librarian. 24-90-105.5 - Radio reading services. 24-90-106 - Establishment of public libraries - contract to receive library service.

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Colorado Rules of Probate Procedure

1 week ago applicable law and Chief Justice Directive 05-01. Rule 5. Delegation of Powers to Clerk and Deputy Clerk (a) In addition to duties and powers exercised as registrar in informal proceedings, the court by written order may delegate to the clerk or deputy clerk any one or more of the following duties,

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Special Education State Complaints

5 days ago Disability Law Colorado, PEAK Parent Center, Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center, or THRIVE Center. What if I need an interpreter? If you need an interpreter, please contact the CDE at 303-866-6876Dispute Resolution Supervisor. An interpreter will be provided at no cost. Is there an appeal process?

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