|NY||Signed into law 07/2009||P-12||Date of Effectiveness of ESEA/NCLB Provisions|
Amends chapter 425 of the laws of 2002, amending the education law relating to the provision of supplemental educational services, attendance at a safe public school and the suspension of pupils who bring a firearm to or possess a firearm at a school; amends c...
|NY||Signed into law 06/2008||P-12||Extension of NCLB Provisions|
Extends the sunset date to June 30, 2009 on provisions related to supplemental educational services, attendance at a safe public school and the suspension of pupils who bring a firearm to or possess a firearm at school; relates to implementation of the No Chil...
|MD||Adopted 05/2008||P-12||Kindergarten Age Eligibility|
Provides for transfers to public kindergarten of age- eligible kindergarten students attending nonpublic kindergarten programs.
Unsafe School Transfer Policy.
A. Each local school system shall allow a student attending a public elementary or secondary school...
|CA||Signed into law 09/2007||P-12||Safety/student discipline|
Requires the Department of Education to monitor adherence to the antidiscrimination and antiharassment requirements as part of its regular monitoring and review of local educational agencies and to assess whether schools have done certain things, including, am...
|NY||Signed into law 07/2007||P-12||No Child Left Behind|
Relates to the provision of supplemental educational services, attendance at a safe public school, the suspension of pupils who bring a firearm to or possess a firearm at a school (chapter 425 of the laws of 2002) and the education law relating to implementati...
|NY||Adopted 06/2006||P-12||Uniform Violent and Disruptive Incident Reporting|
Title 8 NYCRR section 100.2(gg)
Provides a ranking, standard for reporting, and more concise definition of reportable offenses as required by the uniform violent and school districts, BOCES, charter schools, and country vocational education andextension boards. Establishes the use of a schoo...
|IN||Signed into law 03/2006||P-12||Pupil Counts|
Requires each school corporation (district) to conduct an informational count on May 1, 2007, May 1, 2008, and May 1, 2009 -- in the same manner and with the same standards as eligible pupils are counted to determine current ADM. The department must report the...
|NY||Signed into law 06/2005||P-12||Safe Schools and Supplemental Services|
AN ACT to amend chapter 425 of the laws of 2002, amending the education law relating to the provision of supplemental educational services, attendance at a safe public school and the suspension of pupils who bring a firearm to or possess a firearm at a school ...
|CO||Vetoed 06/2005||P-12||School Safety and Accountability Reports Content/Design/Layout|
S.B. 214 (Section 3)
Requires the department to convene a working group of specified members to evaluate the current rules, definitions and reporting of incidents pertaining to school safety. Requires the working group to submit a report of its findings to the state by November 20...
|AZ||Signed into law 04/2005||P-12||School Accountability and Crime Reporting|
Authorizes local boards to adopt guidelines for the standardization of the format of school accountability report cards required by section 15-746 http://www.azleg.state.az.us/FormatDocument.asp?inDoc=/ars/15/00746.htm&Title=15&DocType=ARS
Authorizes local bo...
|CA||Signed into law 09/2004||P-12||School Safety Planning Requirements|
A.B. 2525 (multiple provisions)
Authorizes the filing of a complaint, under the Uniform Complaint Procedures, of noncompliance with the school safety planning requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/bill/asm/ab_2501-2550/ab_2525_bill_200409...
|NM||Rule Adoption 08/2004||P-12||Public Education Department Administration|
6.19.3 NMAC establishes the definitions and requirements to implement the mandate of the No Child Left Behind Act that a student attending a persistently dangerous school, as determined by the state in consultation with a representative sample of local educati...
|NM||Rule Adoption 08/2004||P-12||Persistently Dangerous Schools|
184.108.40.206 thru .8
Requires that students who become a victim of a violent offense be allowed to attend a safe public school within the district. NEW MEXICO REG 4170 (SN)...
|GA||Adopted 08/2004||P-12||Student Discipline|
Clarifies rules regarding student discipline. Removes the requirement that the local board of education policies regarding the student learning environment, student behavior and discipline address all issues related to State Board of Education rules regarding ...
|MD||Vetoed 05/2004||P-12||Safe Schools Reporting Act|
Requires county boards of education to create a program for reporting incidents of harassment or intimidation against students attending public schools under the jurisdiction of the board; authorizes specified persons to file a report regarding incidents of ha...
|WV||to governor 03/2004||P-12||Discipline in the Public Schools|
H.B. 4001 -- Multiple Sections
Makes each county board soley responsible for the administration of proper discipline in the public schools of the county. Each board is required to adopt policies consistent with Section 18A-5-1to govern disciplinary actions....
|AR||Signed into law 01/2004||P-12||Student Assessment and Educational Accountability Act of 2004 - Reporting|
S.B. 33 §§ 1, 4, 5, 6
Amends Ark. Code § 6-15-404, adds 6-15-434, 6-15-1806, 6-15-1901, 6-15-1902, 6-15-1903 .Creates the Student Assessment and Educational Accountability act of 2003; requires the establishment of a reporting system of schools' academic performance on the state-ma...
|IL||Signed into law 12/2003||P-12||Unsafe Schools Choice Option|
Amends the School Code. Makes a technical change in a Section concerning charter schools. Requires the State Board of Education to maintain data and publish a list of persistently dangerous schools on an annual basis. http://www.legis.state.il.us/legislation/b...
|DE||Rule Adoption 08/2003||P-12||Gun Free School Act|
14 DAC 603
Regulation 878 School District Compliance with the Gun Free School Act replaced with Regulation 603. Requires school districts to have a Gun Free Schools policy implementing the Gun Free Schools Act that now includes charter schools. Continues to contain repor...
|GA||Adopted 07/2003||P-12||Unsafe School Choice Option|
Establishes rules regarding "Unsafe School Choice Option" (USCO). Specifies a three- year process to declare a school as unsafe and an appeal procedure to the State Board of Education. Provides the process which victims of violent criminal offenses occurring a...
|DE||Signed into law 07/2003||P-12||Gun-Free Schools Act|
Relates to possession of a firearm or deadly weapon in a safe school and recreation zone. The federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) amended the Gun-Free Schools Act of 1994. The Gun Free Schools Act now requires that a state receiving federal educati...
|PA||Rule Adoption 06/2003||P-12||Persistently Dangerous Schools|
22 PA. CODE CH. 403
Establishes rules pertaining to compliance with the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. PENNSYLVANIA REG 3807 (SN) Defines violent criminal offense as any of the following offenses that are set forth in 18 Pa.C.S. (relating to Crimes Code): (i) Kidnapping. (ii...
|MD||Rule Adoption 06/2003||P-12||Definitions of "Persistently Dangerous School," "Violent Criminal Offense" and "Safe School"|
Implements the Unsafe School Choice Option of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001.
A. In Regulations .19 and .20 of this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.
B. Terms Defined.
(1) "Conviction of or adjudication of" means that the ...
|MD||Rule Adoption 06/2003||P-12||Unsafe School Choice Transfer Policy|
A. Each local school system shall allow a student attending a public elementary or secondary school to attend a safe public elementary or secondary school within the school system if the student:
(1) Attends a persistently dangerous public elementary or second...
|MD||Rule Adoption 06/2003||P-12||Probationary and Persistently Dangerous School Designation|
A. Probationary Status.
(1) The State Board of Education shall place on probationary status any school having each year for a period of 2 consecutive school years, the total number of student suspensions for more than 10 days or expulsions for any of the offen...
|DE||Rule Adoption 06/2003||P-12||Unsafe School Choice Option|
14 DAC 608
Establishes rules requiring that a State Education Agency establish a State Unsafe School Choice Option (USCO) policy in order to receive funding under ESEA; identifies the conditions that must exist in order to identify persistently dangerous schools. Defines...
|ND||Signed into law 04/2003||P-12||Student Transfers|
A student's parent may apply to a contiguous school district for admission of the student at any time during the school year if: a. The student was a victim of violence occurring within the school in which the student was enrolled and the violence was document...
|AR||Signed into law 04/2003||P-12||Quality Education Act of 2003 - Safe Schools|
H.B. 2697 §17 (Omnibus Bill)
Adds § 6-15-431. Creates the Unsafe School Choice Program required by No Child Left Behind; provides for transfer of students attending a persistently dangerous school and students who are victims of violent crimes. Requires the State Board of Education to ado...
|AL||Adopted 03/2003||P-12||Persistently Dangerous Schools|
Establishes rules adding section (e) to the existing rule which will allow notification for schools that have been identified as persistently dangerous. ALABAMA REG 6102 (SN) http://www.alabamaadministrativecode.state.al.us/UpdatedMonthly/VolXXIN6/p218.htm#T1...
|VA||Signed into law 03/2003||P-12||School Aulthorities Crime Reports|
Clarifies and revises the requirements for principals' reports to local law enforcement of incidents occurring on school buses, school property or at school-sponsored activities by (i) restructuring the clusters of incidents to separate assault and assault and...
|UT||Rule Adoption 02/2003||P-12||Persistently Dangerous Schools|
Provides criteria and procedures designating schools as persistently dangerous and provides for parent notification and transfers for students if residents of a designated school or a victim of a specific violent criminal offense. UTAH REG 25965 (SN)...
|VA||Active 11/2002||P-12||Safe Schools|
VA Code § 22.1-3.3
Whenever any student has been the victim of any crime against the person pursuant to Chapter 4 (§ 18.2-30 et seq.) of Title 18.2, and such crime was committed by another student attending classes in the school, or by any employee of the school board, or by any...
|TX||Active 11/2002||P-12||Unsafe School Choice Option|
During the 2002-2003 school year, the state, in consultation with a representative sample of LEAs, will develop criteria for identifying "persistently dangerous schools." (http://www.tea.state.tx.us/nclb/hottopics/persistentlydangerous.html)...
|CO||Active 06/2002||P-12||Safe Schools|
As a result of effective prevention and intervention methods, no school will be determined to be persistently dangerous. The performance target in future years will remain at zero. When persistently dangerous schools are identified, CDE will work with school(s...