State board definition

State board means the state board of education.
State board means the State Water Resources Control Board.
State board means the State Board of Juvenile Justice.

Examples of State board in a sentence

  • Describe how the State board will implement its functions under section 101(d) of WIOA (i.e. provide a description of Board operational structures and decision making processes to ensure such functions are carried out).

  • If the application is rejected, the superintendent shall state in the notification letter the reason for the rejection and that the foster parent, or the foster child if the foster child is eighteen (18) years of age, may submit a written appeal of the rejection to the State board within ten (10) days of receiving the notification letter.

  • ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION[Prior to 9/7/88, see Public Instruction Department[670] Ch 49] 281—1.1(17A,256) State board of education.

  • Sections 1819(g)(5)(C) and 1919(g)(5)(C) of the Social Security Act and 42 CFR 488.325(h) require that the attending physician of each resident who was found to have received substandard quality of care, as well as the State board responsible for licensing the facility's administrator, be notified of the substandard quality of care.

  • State board of registration for professional engineers (IC 25-31-1-3).


More Definitions of State board

State board means the State Board of Education created and existing pursuant to section 1 of article ix of the state constitution.
State board. ’ means the state board of regents.
State board or "Board" means the State Board of Elections.
State board means the state board of health.
State board means the State Board of Education of the State pursuant to 14 Del.C. §104.
State board means the State Board of Education of the
State board means the West Virginia Board of Education.