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NEPC School Discipline Losen 2 LB Appendix FINAL

NEPC School Discipline Losen 2 LB Appendix FINAL

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 Daniel J. Losen
The Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles at UCLAOctober 2011
National Education Policy Center
School of Education, University of Colorado BoulderBoulder, CO 80309-0249Telephone: 303-735-5290Fax: 303-492-7090Email: NEPC@colorado.eduhttp://nepc.colorado.edu
This is one of a series of briefs made possible in part by funding fromThe Great Lakes Center for Education Research and Practice.http://www.greatlakescenter.orgGreatLakesCenter@greatlakescenter.org
 
 
http://nepc.colorado.edu/publication/safe-at-school 
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Kevin Welner
 Editor
William Mathis
 Managing Director
Erik Gunn
 Managing Editor
Briefs published by the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) are blind peer-reviewed by members of the Editorial Review Board. Visit http://nepc.colorado.edu to find all of these briefs. For information onthe editorial board and its members, visit: http://nepc.colorado.edu/editorial-board.Publishing Director:
 Alex Molnar
 
Suggested Citation:
Losen, D.J. (2011).
Good Discipline: Legislation for Education Reform.
Boulder, CO: National EducationPolicy Center. Retrieved [date] from http://nepc.colorado.edu/publication/discipline-policies-legislation.
 
 http://nepc.colorado.edu/publication/discipline-policies-legislation
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Appendix I
Table 1. Federal Data Requirements
Required DataCollection andReportingIDEA
OCR’s CRDC 2010
TITLE IV of ESEA: Safeand Drug Free Schoolsand Communities ActTitle I of ESEA (NCLB)
Annual Collection Yes No: Biennial No: Unclear NoneSampled or UniversaldataUniversal Sampled; will be
“universal in
2011,
” then revert
to sampled.Sampled NonePublicReporting/LevelYes: States obligatedto report to U.S.Education Secretaryand public, but LEAsonly required toreport on revision of policies, practices,and procedureswhere non-compliance with lawwas at issue andcorrected.Schools anddistricts report toU.S. Secretary of Education whomakes federal,state, district andschool level dataavailable to thepublic. Secretarydoes not reportdata back to eachstate, district orschool.
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 State and district levelreporting on certaintypes of serious drug orviolence relatedoffenses and, whereapplicable, if school is
deemed “persistently
dangerous.
 None fordiscipline, butschools,districts,states eachhaveobligation toissue reportsto public onwide range of academic,otherindicators.In-school suspension Yes Yes No (except if for listedserious offense)NoneCorporal Punishment Unclear Yes No NoOut-of-schoolsuspension on oneday or moreYes, as of 2004 Yes Only for serious offense NoneOut-of-schoolsuspensions, 1-11 daysYes Yes Only for serious offenses NoneMultiple Out-of-school suspensionsYes Yes Only for serious offenses NoneLong-term suspensionsor cumulative morethan 10 daysYes Yes Only for serious offenses NoneRestraint andSeclusionYes (checkamendment)Yes Only for serious offenses NoneAlternative School orChange of PlacementYes Yes with detailsregarding whetherfor disciplinary oracademicproblemsUnclear NoneReasons fordisciplineOnly if resulting inremoval toalternative interimplacementsNo, except forbullying andharassment.Only for serious offenses NoneDays lost due tosuspensionNo No No None

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