SCHOOL CODE SUPPLEMENT ARRIVESMay 4, 2009
The Illinois Association of School Boards has received shipment of the 2009 Illinois School Code Supplement.
Copies of the supplement will automatically be mailed to school districts and others who previously purchased copies of the 2008 School Code Service. There is no need to place additional orders.
Also, from now until the 2010 Code becomes available next year, all new sales of the School Code Service will include both the 2008 code and the 2009 supplement.
The 2009 supplement includes an updated CD ROM version of the complete School Code that is current through all of the 2008 legislative session. The CD also includes annotations with case law and other references, all State Board of Education rules and the text of court cases cited in the annotations. The CD is equipped with the Folio Views search engine for easy searching, saving and printing on any personal computer equipped with Microsoft Windows. Note: the CD will not run on Apple or other operating systems.
The 2008-2009 School Code Service also carries a large number of additional statutes pertinent to the public schools, including selected election laws and pension laws, Educational Labor Relations Act, Open Meetings Act, Freedom of Information Act, Economic Disclosure Section of the Governmental Ethics Act, Truth in Taxation Act, Local Records Act, Personnel Record Review Act, Prevailing Wage Act, Emancipation of Mature Minors Act, Local Government and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act, Gift Ban Act, pertinent sections from the Juvenile Court Act, School Visitation Rights Act, and a complete index.
The 2008-2009 School Code Service may be obtained from IASB for $50 each ($40 for IASB Members) plus $5 per order for shipping.
For more information or to place orders, call or write: IASB Publications, 2921 Baker Drive, Springfield, IL 62703; 217/528-9688, extension 1108. Or fax orders to 217/528-2831.
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