|CT||Signed into law 07/2011||P-12||Excused and Unexcused Absences|
H.B. 6499 - Sec. 16, 18
Sec. 16 - Requires boards of education to provide written notice to parents that unexcused absences could result in a complaint filed with the Superior Court.
Sec. 18 - Requires the State Board of Education to define ''excused absence" and ''unexcused absence...
|FL||Signed into law 06/2011||P-12||Student Code of Conduct/Appropriate Dress and Respect For Self|
Requires the district school board to include in the code of student conduct adopted by the board an explanation of the responsibilities of each student with regard to appropriate dress and respect for self and others and the role that appropriate dress and re...
|NC||Signed into law 06/2011||P-12||Reorganizes and Clarifies Provisions Relating to School Discipline|
Clarifies the definitions of the following terms: alternative education services; corporal punishment; educational property; explusion; firearm; long-term suspension; parent; destructive device; principal; school official; school personnel; short-term suspensi...
|LA||Signed into law 06/2010||P-12||Student Bullying and Code of Conduct|
Each board shall conduct a review of the student code of conduct and amend such code as may be necessary to assure that the policy prohibiting the harassment, intimidation, and bullying of a student by another student specifically addresses the nature, extent,...
|WA||Adopted 05/2009||P-12||STANDARDS OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENTS|
WAC 172-120, -121-010, -020, -030, -040, -050, -060, -070, -080,-090, -100, -110, -120, -130, - 140, -200, -210
Revises the standards of conduct for students by repealing the existing conduct code and adopting a new chapter. Clarifies the EWU requirements for student conduct. Streamlines the hearing, disciplinary, and appeals processes.
|LA||Signed into law 06/2008||P-12||Orientation on Disciplinary Rules and Student Conduct|
Beginning with the 2008-2009 school year, requires the governing authority of an elementary or secondary school to provide every student an orientation during the first five days of the school year regarding school disciplinary rules and student conduct. Provi...
|GA||Signed into law 05/2008||P-12||Inappropriate Behavior by an Educator|
Provides that falsifying, misrepresenting, omitting, or erroneously reporting reports of instances of inappropriate behavior by a teacher, administrator or other school employee toward a student must be addressed in the student code of conduct. Directs the Pro...
|KY||Signed into law 04/2008||P-12||School Safety|
Requires any school or local board employee who knows or has cause to believe that a student has been the victim of a violation of any felony offense committed by another student on school premises, on school-sponsored transportation, or at a school-sponsored ...
|UT||Adopted 03/2008||P-12||Standards for School District Discipline Plans|
Provides that all charter schools (and schools if district does not have districtwide plan) must develop a school-wide written model for prevention and intervention for student behavior management and discipline procedures for students who habitually disrupt s...
|MD||Signed into law 05/2007||P-12||Student Discipline Guidelines|
Requires the State Board of Education to adopt guidelines governing student discipline; requires local school systems to adopt rules and regulations and implement programs and activities governing student discipline that are consistent with the guidelines esta...
|UT||Signed into law 03/2007||P-12||School Discipline and Conduct Amendments|
Clarifies that school discipline and conduct provisions relate to all public schools, including charter schools; provides that it is unlawful to engage in disruptive student behavior; provides for standards, procedures, and administrative penalties to address ...
|VA||Signed into law 03/2007||P-12||Standards, Assessment, Professional Development & Code of Conduct Updates|
Provides for the phasing out of the eighth grade cumulative history test in the 2007-2008 school year, and the implementation of the United States History to 1877, United States History: 1877 to the Present, and Civics and Economics tests in the 2008-2009 scho...
|CA||Vetoed 09/2006||P-12||Anti-discrimination and Anti-harassment Policies|
Requires the State Department of Education to develop a model antidiscrimination and antiharassment policy that prohibits such conduct based on specified characteristics, including, but not limited to, actual or perceived gender identity and sexual orientation...
|GA||Signed into law 05/2006||P-12||Student Codes of Conduct|
S.B. 413 Section 4 - 7
Defines 'clubs and organizations' and 'competitive interscholastic activity'. Requires local boards to include information regarding school clubs and organizations in the student code of conduct distributed annually at the beginning of each school year. Requ...
|NJ||Rule Adoption 08/2005||P-12||Programs To Support Student Development|
NJAC 6A:16-1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.5 thru 5.8, 6.1 thru 6.3,7.1, 7.2 thru 7.10, 8 thru 11
Establishes and amends requirements for school district boards relating to development and implementation of school safety plans, cooperation with law enforcement on certain matters if they occur at school grounds and functions, development and implementation ...
|ME||Signed into law 06/2005||P-12||Student Code of Conduct|
Defines unacceptable student behavior; as including, but not limited to, behavior that negatively affects a student's ability to perform academically or socially, such as: bullying, harassment, sexual harassment, quid pro quo sexual harassment, which is when ...
|MS||Signed into law 04/2004||P-12||Code of Student Conduct|
Provides that local school boards shall adopt and make available a code of student conduct; deletes the repeal of a provision that recognizes the teacher as the authority in classroom matters.
|WV||Adopted 12/2002||P-12||Code of Conduct STATE ID: 126-99|
Title 126, Series 99
The purpose is to provide districts with a policy of student conduct that will ensure an orderly and safe environment that is conducive to learning. These regulations also require that public schools respond immediately and consistently to incidents of harassm...
|DE||Rule Adoption 11/2002||P-12||School/Police Relations|
14 DAC 601
Amends regulation regarding school and police relations. Includes charter schools and alternative schools in the requirements of the regulation. Clarifies the list of school crimes that must be reported to the Department of Education. DELAWARE REG 1257 (SN) ht...
|FL||Signed into law 05/2002||P-12||Education Code Re-Write: New Section on Student Conduct and Parental Involvement Goals|
Establishes legislative intent that 1) every K-12 public school student attend school throughout the school year and comply with the school's code of conduct; and 2) parents of every public K-12 student "comply with the school's reasonable and time-acceptable ...
|DE||Signed into law 06/2000||P-12||School Safety Issues - Bomb Threats|
Adds the Delaware State University Police Department to those covered under Delaware Law as an organized police department with the individual officers having police powers and protection under the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights., DELAWARE BILL TRACKI...
|DE||Signed into law 06/2000||P-12||School Safety - Bomb Threats|
Requires school districts to notify students and their parents or custodians of the provisions of the Delaware Code which prohibit falsely reporting bomb threats in schools; prohibits the destruction of school property and disturbing a school in session; estab...