Mississippi State Education Laws State Laws and regulations mississippi. Home education Magazine. Unschooling.com http://www.home-ed-magazine.com/lawregs/mississippi.html
Extractions: State Information Files - Laws and Regulations Support groups can offer additional help in dealing with your state laws and regulations. A listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found in our Support Groups area. For unschooling support groups visit Unschooling Support Groups Please Note: This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for informational purposes only. For more information about the laws and regulations in this state please contact a state or local support group. Mississippi Education Code For Homeschooling Compulsory attendance - between 6 and 17 years of age. No educational requirements for parents. No standardized testing. No reporting procedure. Miss. Code. Ann. 37 - 13 - 91(3)(c) (3) A parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child in this state shall cause the child to enroll in and attend a public school or legitimate nonpublic school for the period of time that the child is of compulsory school age except under the following circumstances: (c) When a compulsory-school-age child is being educated in a legitimate home instruction program. The parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child described in this subsection or the parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child attending any nonpublic school or the appropriate school official for any or all children attending a nonpublic school shall complete a "certificate of enrollment" in order to facilitate the administration of this section. The form of the certificate of enrollment shall be prepared by the Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement of the State Department of Education and shall be designed to obtain the following information only:
Hunting: Regulations which may vary from statewide seasons and regulations. license while hunting in theState of mississippi. HUNTER education COURSE All persons born on or after http://www.mdwfp.com/hunting_regs.asp
Extractions: TelCheck Numbers GENERAL HUNTING REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS License Requirements Hunter Education Course License Exemptions Unlawful Purchase Of License ... Non-Resident Regulations Landowner permission is required to hunt, fish or trap on the lands of another. Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Wildlife Management Areas are subject to special seasons and regulations which may vary from statewide seasons and regulations. Contact the DWFP or area personnel for information about these areas. LICENSE REQUIREMENTS Resident Each resident of the State of Mississippi ages sixteen (16) to sixty-four (64), must obtain a hunting license, except while hunting on lands titled in his name. Any person sixty-five (65) or older, or any person otherwise exempted from obtaining a hunting license, must have documentation with him/her at all times while hunting as described in #3 (Exemptions). [MS. Code 49-7-5] Non-Resident All non-resident hunters, except minors under the age of sixteen (16), are required to obtain a hunting license while hunting in the State of Mississippi.
Extractions: The Nautical Know How Basic Boating Course is a NASBLA approved course. Successful completion of this course meets Mississippi's requirement for boating safety education. This section contains information on Mississippi Boating Regulations that are in addition to the Federal Requirements covered in the Basic Boating Course . If you have not reviewed the course material, please do so now. All Federal Requirements in the basic boating course apply to Mississippi; this section lists Mississippi Boating Requirements that are above and beyond Federal Requirements. The Nautical Know How Boating Safety ID card is recognized in the State of Mississippi as proof of successful completion of a Boating Safety Course . You may also get a Mississippi boater safety card by mailing a copy of your Nautical Know How ID card to the state. Contact Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, PO Box 451, Jackson, MS 39205-0451 for more information. Age Restrictions: Persons less than 12 years of age shall not operate a motor boat unless accompanied by an adult of 21 years of age and having taken a boating safety course. Proof of completion of the course must be carried onboard while the vessel is operating.
State Agency Listings - Table Of Contents State Tax Commission MVT Rules and regulations - Sorry, only .pdf Vocational education,mississippi State Council on; Whitfield mississippi State Hospital; http://www.mscode.com/regs/regsin.htm
Extractions: Highway Patrol Home Corporation, Mississippi House of Representatives Human Services, Department of ... Homepage Regulatory Bulletins Contractual Arrangements Between Licensed Carriers and Risk Assuming Provider Networks (Issued July 11, 1997) Property and Casualty Rating Division / Rate/Rule Filing Fee and Format Changes (Issued July 1, 1997)
Hunting Includes information on wildlife management areas, seasons bag limits, licenses, hunting regulations and hunter education courses. http://www.mdwfp.com/hunting.asp
Extractions: TelCheck Numbers Some of the Best Hunting in the South Mississippi boasts over 800,000 acres of prime game habitat for public hunting in 38 Wildlife Management Areas. Scattered over the entire state, these areas offer unspoiled woodlands, fields and marshes filled with big and small game. People from all over the United States come to Mississippi to hunt one of the largest white-tail deer populations on the North American continent, as well as a superb wild turkey and duck population. Wildlife Management and development practices are carried out in all areas to ensure that Mississippis indigenous species continue to flourish. Sun Rise/Set Table for Jackson, MS (pdf) Tel-Check Brochure (pdf) Mississippi Waterfowl Forum Mississippi Simulated Breeding Date Map ... Turkey Forum
Extractions: December 29, 2000 (601) 955-9917 The Mississippi Administrative Procedures Law designates the Secretary of State's Office as the official registrar for the rules of all state agencies. Currently over 120 state agencies file their agency procedur es and rules with the Secretary of State's Office. Each state agency proposes its own rules and regulations, seeks public comment on the proposed changes, and ultimately adopts the final rules or regulations. This process usually takes several months. The public, which is often affected by these procedures, has an important role in this process. Citizens can voice their opinions regarding proposed regulations by writing and providing comments to the state agencies. However, citizens cannot comment on the changes without knowing that changes have been proposed. For that reason, the Secretary of State's Office distributes this monthly report briefly describing the proposed procedures. Each proposed change is listed by agency with a contact person and telephone number. The Secretary of State's Office does not participate in a state agency's decision-making process when it proposes administrative rule changes. The final decision about whether to implement proposed changes is
Extractions: CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (revised August 1, 1994) RULE 4. ACCREDITATION Credit will be given only for CLE programs approved by the Commission. Such approval normally must be sought and granted prior to the occurrence of the activity but may be given retroactively. Regulations 4.1 The following standards will govern the approval of continuing legal education activities by the Commission. 4.2 The activity must be effectively open to all attorneys licensed to practice law in the State of Mississippi, unless offered by a governmental department or agency for employees of the governmental department or agency. By making an application for approval by the Commission, the seminar sponsor consents to the seminar being listed on the calendar of upcoming CLE events disseminated by the Commission. 4.3 The activity must have significant intellectual or practical content and its primary objective must be to increase the participant's professional competence as an attorney. 4.4 The activity must deal primarily with matters related to the practice of law, professional responsibility or ethical obligations of attorneys.
Extractions: CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION (revised August 1, 1994) RULE 3. CLE REQUIREMENT Each attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Mississippi shall attend, or complete an approved substitute for attendance, a minimum of twelve (12) actual hours of approved Continuing Legal Education ("CLE") during each successive twelve (12) month period (the "CLE year") from and after August 1 of each year, of which one hour shall be in the area of legal ethics, professional responsibility or malpractice prevention (the "ethics hour"). Regulations 3.1 The number of hours required means that the attorney must actually attend twelve (12) instruction hours of CLE per CLE year, with no credit given for introductory remarks, breaks, meal breaks, keynote or luncheon speakers or business meetings. 3.2 CLE hours shall be computed by the following formula: Total minutes of actual instruction = Total hours 60 (rounded to nearest 1/10 of an hour) 3.3 No attorney shall be permitted to claim more than six (6) hours of CLE credit through the use of satellite-transmitted or electronically recorded or reproduced material, even though same is presented by an accredited sponsor. As part of the six (6) hours, an attorney may claim up to three (3) hours of CLE credit for telephone seminars. Credit for the ethics hour may not be claimed as part of an activity offered by satellite transmittal, electronic reproduction or telephone. Seminars offered by satellite transmittal
MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION mississippi DEPARTMENT. OF education. Professional Development. For the New of education regulations. State Board of education regulations include the following requirements http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/acad/pdm.htm
Extractions: (1) The State Board of Education, through the Commission of School Accreditation, shall establish criteria for comprehensive in-service staff development plans. These criteria shall: (a) include, but not be limited to, formula and guidelines for allocating available state funds for in-service training to local districts; (b) require that a portion of the plans be devoted exclusively for the purpose of providing staff development for beginning teachers within that local district and for no other purpose; and (c) require that a portion of the school district's in-service training for administrators and teachers be dedicated to the application and utilization of various disciplinary techniques. The board shall each year make recommendations to the Legislature concerning the amount of funds which shall be appropriated for this purpose. (2) Beginning with the 1998-1999 school year, school districts shall not be required to submit staff development plans to the Commission on School Accreditation for approval. However, any school district accredited at Level 1 or Level 2 shall include, as a part of any required corrective action plan, provisions to address staff development in accordance with State Board of Education requirements. All school districts, unless specifically exempt from this section, must maintain on file staff development plans as required under this section. The plan shall have been prepared by a district committee appointed by the district superintendent and consisting of teachers, administrators, school board members, and lay people, and it shall have been approved by the district superintendent.
Boating Regulations By State course. Home study is accepted mississippi boating regulations.Yes. Missouri, No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A. http://www.boatsafe.com/nauticalknowhow/stateregs.htm
Extractions: accepts boating safety certificates from other states and/or NASBLA-approved courses. Alabama Minimum age to operate 12. Boating license required - proctored exam required to obtain license. Non-residents may operate up to 45 days without a license. Alaska No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arizona No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A Arkansas No mandatory boating education requirements. N/A California No mandatory boating education laws. Minimum age to operate is 16. California boating information. Yes Colorado Colorado residents - age 14-15 - who operate PWCs required to complete boating safety course. Home study is not accepted for this age group. Yes Connecticut All operators of vessels registered in, or who own property in, CT must successfully complete an approved boating course or pass the CT challenge exam. PWC operators must take proctored, state-approved PWC classroom course regardless of residency. Other vessel operators may take the CT challenge exam. No Delaware Delaware residents born after 1/1/78 must complete an 8 hour boating course.
Extractions: The Red Book: The Manual of the Mississippi Education and Certification Program MISSISSIPPI EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM Authorization The Mississippi Education and Certification Program (the Program) was developed in 1979 as a means for assessors and appraisers to gain legislatively-mandated certification. The Program is mandated and empowered primarily by three sections of the Mississippi Code of 1972, Annotated (the Mississippi Code ): Section 27-3-52, 27-3-59 and 27-39-329 (see Appendix I for these code sections). Purpose Assessors and appraisers make up a specialized profession that requires a high level of competence. The purpose of this Program is to continually offer educational opportunities to Mississippi's assessors and appraisers so they may gain greater expertise and professionalism. The ultimate beneficiaries of this Program are the citizens of the state who receive improved services from their state and local governments. Objectives The objectives of the Program are to: Develop participant appraisal skills so they can maintain the valuation of property for ad valorem purposes at a current level.
Mississippi State Education Laws Home education Magazine State Information File For unschooling support groups, please see the state by state listing at Unschooling Support Groups. For more information about the laws and regulations in this state please contact a state or local support http//www.ls.state.ms.us/. mississippi education Code For Homeschooling http://www.unschooling.com/resources/states/mississippi.shtml
Extractions: A complete listing of homeschooling support groups, organizations, listservs, websites and helpful individuals can be found at the Home Education Magazine website: http://www.home-ed-magazine.com/HSRSC/hsrsc_grps.html Please Note: This is not intended to be legal advice and is distributed for informational purposes only. For more information about the laws and regulations in this state please contact a state or local support group. MISSISSIPPI Mississippi State Legislature Miss. Code. Ann. 37-13-91(3)(c) (3) A parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child in this state shall cause the child to enroll in and attend a public school or legitimate nonpublic school for the period of time that the child is of compulsory school age except under the following circumstances: (c) When a compulsory-school-age child is being educated in a legitimate home instruction program. The parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child described in this subsection or the parent guardian or custodian of a compulsory-school-age child attending any nonpublic school or the appropriate school official for any or all children attending a nonpublic school shall complete a "certificate of enrollment" in order to facilitate the administration of this section. The form of the certificate of enrollment shall be prepared by the Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement of the State Department of Education and shall be designed to obtain the following information only:
Untitled The Official Site of the mississippi Supreme Court and Court of Appeals mississippi RULES AND regulations FOR MANDATORY CONTINUING LEGAL education http://www.mssc.state.ms.us/rules/RuleContents.asp?IDNum=9
Extractions: MID Regulations MID Regulations are promulgated pursuant to statutory authority and have the force of law. They are filed with the Mississippi Secretary of State's Office and are the topic of a public hearing before they go into effect. Please refer to the MID website before viewing regulations. Temporary Suspension of Effective Date of 2-3.1.5(c) NFPA 58, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code, 1998. Issuance of Limited Licenses to Motor Vehicle Rental Companies Permitting the Selling, Soliciting, or Negotiating of Insurance in Connection with Rental of Vehicles (Effective August 18, 2002) Single-Limit Non-Stacking Uninsured Motorist Insurance Coverage (Amended) (Effective date June 9, 2002) (EMERGENCY REGULATION) Privacy of Personal Information (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act) (Effective June 29, 2001) Privacy of Consumer Financial and Health Information Regulation (Effective August 1, 2001) MH-4 Uniform Standards Code for Factory-Built Home Law (Effective April 20, 2001) (EMERGENCY REGULATION) Privacy of Personal Information (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act) (Filed November 15, 2000, Effective November 15, 2000)
MISSISSIPPI INSURANCE DEPA education, examinations and continuing education meet the to sell insurance productsand services in mississippi. with all laws and regulations governing the http://www.doi.state.ms.us/publish/licensingguidehtml.html
Extractions: Mississippi Insurance Depa Insurance Agents Licensing Guide As a new insurance agent, it is important that you have a clear understanding of the fundamental requirement to treat consumers fairly. You also need a great deal of technical knowledge so that you may offer the best possible service to your clients. More of Mississippis citizens are taking a greater interest in their own financial well-being and are availing themselves of increasingly complex insurance products and related services. Thats why the Mississippi Insurance Department is making certain that insurance agents pre-licensing education, examinations and continuing education meet the highest standards. The information in this brochure explains the process of becoming licensed to sell insurance products and services in Mississippi. Being licensed to transact insurance business is a privilege. Every agent is expected to continually comply with all laws and regulations governing the insurance industry. Contact the Mississippi Insurance Departments Licensing Division at (601) 359-3582 if you have any questions regarding licensing requirements. I wish you well in your endeavors as an insurance agent serving the people of Mississippi.
Extractions: Regulatory Information Alabama No Alaska No Arizona No Arkansas Yes "Effective January 1, 2003, all applicants for advanced practice licensure by examination shall have completed a graduate level advanced practice nursing education program . Applicants for advanced practice licensure by endorsement shall have met the educational and certification requirements set forth in Arkansas State Board of Nursing Rules and Regulations at the time of their initial licensure as an advanced practice nurse in another jurisdiction." [Arkansas State Board of Nursing Regulations, Chapter Four, Section II] Out-of-State Applicants : No explicit reference; the above provision, however, appears to implicitly apply to out-of-state applicants who meet the stated requirements.
Hunting Regulations and regulations which may vary from statewide seasons and regulations. license whilehunting in the State of mississippi except minors Hunter education Course. http://www.fishlakes.com/Mississippi_Outdoor/Hunting_Regulations/hunting_regulat
Extractions: Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks Wildlife Management Areas are subject to special seasons and regulations which may vary from statewide seasons and regulations. Contact the DWFP or area personnel fro information about these areas. License Requirements Each resident of the State of Mississippi ages sixteen (16) thru sixty four (64), must obtain a hunting license, except while hunting on lands titled in his name or unless otherwise exempted by law.
Extractions: Mississippi State Board of Public Accountancy Public Accountancy Rules and Regulations Chapter 4 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Go to.... MSBPA Home Page About MSBPA License and Exam Disciplinary Action Continuing Professional Education Statutes and Rules Downloadable Forms Schedule of Fees Site Search CPA License Status Search Contact the State Board Links to Other Useful Sites Chapter 3 Table of Contents Chapter 5 Section 4.1. Compliance Requirements ... Section 4.5. Disciplinary Actions Relating to CPE Section 4.1. Compliance Requirements 4.1.2. All licensees must participate in a minimum of 40 CPE credit hours within each one year (twelve month) compliance period ending June. Twenty (20) of the 40 hours may be from carry-over hours as referred to in Section 4.1.4. 4.1.4. If more than 40 CPE credit hours are accumulated in a one year compliance period, the excess hours up to a maximum of 60 CPE credit hours may be carried over and applied up to 20 hours per year. 4.1.5. An initial applicants for a license (if during the first twelve months from the date of successful completion of the CPA examination) shall be exempt from the requirement for the period during which the applicant is first licensed. However, any CPE hours earned during that time may be carried forward subject to Section 4.1.4. 4.1.6. An individual who has applied and been granted by the Board the use of "CPA (retired)" or "Certified Public Accountant (retired)" as described in Section 2.5.