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From the ECS State Policy Database: Accountability--Sanctions/Interventions - This policy database—updated weekly—is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States....

From the ECS State Policy Database: Accountability--Sanctions/Interventions--No Pass No Drive - This policy database—updated weekly—is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States....

From the ECS State Policy Database: Accountability--Sanctions/Interventions--No Pass No Play - This policy database—updated weekly—is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States....

No Pass No Play MS Word PDF - No Pass No Play” refers to policies in states that define eligibility for extracurricular activities and athletics based on academic performance, attendance and student behavior. Currently, 16 states have No Pass No Play policies that affect students statewide. This ECS StateNote provides information on the specific policies of each state with No Pass No Play. (Michael Colasanti, Education Commission of the States, February 2008)...

Student Accountability Initiatives MS Word PDF - Student accountability initiatives refer to policies states have enacted to ensure that students and parents are more engaged in education. These initiatives typically hold students and parents to account for poor academic performance and/or poor attendance. Consequences range from the loss of the student's driving privileges to criminal penalties for parents who fail to send their children to school. This ECS StateNote examines states that have implemented policies relating to: No-Pass, No-Drive; No-Pass, No-Play; Learnfare; Compulsory age of 18; and Upper statutory age. (Michael Colasanti, Education Commission of the States, August 2007)...

Sanctions on Driving Privileges MS Word PDF - This ECS StateNote identifies the 27 states that tie driving privileges to school attendance and/or academic performance. The report includes the specific state policies in place and offers tips to policymakers who are considering legislation. (Michael Colasanti, Education Commission of the States, July 2007)...

Options Exist to Modify Use of Driver License Suspension for Non-Driving-Related Reasons - Floridians who violate state laws may be sanctioned through the suspension or revocation of their driver license for both driving and non-driving offenses. School truancy was the fourth most common offense and resulted in 4,345 suspensions or revocations of teen licenses in 2013. (Byron Brown et al., Florida Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability, February 2014)...


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