Top Banner

Click here to load reader

STUDENT DISCIPLINE WORKSHOP · PDF file Student Discipline Process Overview. Impact. Next Steps . Data Review . Increased Investments & Supports. Student Discipline Board Workshop

Jun 16, 2020

ReportDownload

Documents

others

  • STUDENT DISCIPLINE WORKSHOP

    August 8, 2016

  • Overview

    Alignment of Priorities

    Student Discipline Process Overview

    Impact

    Next Steps

    Data Review

    Increased Investments & Supports

    Student Discipline Board Workshop 8/8/2016

    2

  • College & Career Services

    Student Engagement & Parent Support

    Social-Emotional Supports

    Discipline

    High Quality Instruction

    Supporting the Whole Child

    Discipline – Comes from the Latin word “disciplinare” which means to teach, instruct, educate.

    3

  • Prevention & Intervention

    Mission Statement Through relationships with students, families, community and our Fresno Unified staff, the Department of Prevention and Intervention strives to reconnect with the humanity in education. We help to bridge gaps in opportunity through providing access to resources that promote the academic success and well- being of the ”whole-child” and support the optimum conditions for learning in our schools.

    Prevention & Intervention

    School Climate

    Attendance/ SARB

    Restorative Practice

    Project Access/

    HHI Student

    Discipline

    Behavioral Intervention

    Student Support Services

    Mentoring

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    4

  • Alignment of Priorities

    California State Legislature •Revised student discipline laws to

    encourage the use of alternative strategies to address student misconduct and keep students in school and on target to graduate

    District Policy •Revised and adopted in accordance with

    guidance from CSBA and the Office for Civil Rights

    Research •Department of Education Office of Civil

    Rights Data Collection Report •UCLA - Out of School & Off Track: The

    Overuse of Suspensions in American Middle and High Schools

    •American Federation of Teachers- From Reaction to Prevention

    •Council of Great City Schools – FUSD Report

    School Quality Improvement Index • Recognizing the connection

    between exclusionary discipline and academic outcomes; includes measuring suspension and expulsion as part of the accountability system

    Student Discipline Board Workshop 8/8/2016

    5

  • Legislative Impact on Local Policy

    •AB 1732- Cyberbullying •AB 1729- Restriction on Use

    of Suspension -‘Other Means of Correction’ defined

    •AB 2537- Clarification of Zero Tolerance

    •AB 256- Cyberbullying Expansion

    •AB 420- Restriction on Suspension/Expulsion for Defiance/Disruption

    •SB 1111-Improper Transfer

    Legislative Change

    •BP 5138.1 Anti-Bullying •BR 5145. 7 Sexual Harassment •5144 Discipline •5144.1 Suspension and

    Expulsion/ Due Process •5145.3

    Nondiscrimination/Harassment •5131.7 Weapons

    Impacted Board Policies

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    6

  • 8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop7

  • Suspension

    • Jurisdiction

    • Grounds for Suspension/Expulsion

    • Restriction on Suspension

    • Discipline of Students with Disabilities

    Student Discipline Board Workshop 8/8/2016

    8

  • “Other Means of Correction” St

    at e

    of C

    al ifo

    rn ia

    Le gi

    sla tu

    re

    Parent Conference Counseling Referrals

    Intervention-Related Teams

    Assessment for Special Education/504 Services

    Community Service

    Prosocial behavior/Anger Management Programs

    Restorative Justice Programs

    Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS)

    After School Programs that address specific behavioral issues

    A dditionalFUSD

    Supports

    School Based Social Worker Intervention

    Interagency Child Empowerment Team (ICET)

    Peer Mediation Bullying Prevention

    Men & Women’s Alliance Programs Mentoring

    Social Skills Groups

    Restitution Youth Court

    Safe & Civil Schools

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    9

  • Data Tracking & Monitoring

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    10

  • Suspension Incidents by Segment

    0.0

    10.0

    20.0

    30.0

    40.0

    50.0

    60.0

    2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016

    District Elementary Middle High

    8/8/2016

    11

  • Suspension by Offense Type

    0

    1,000

    2,000

    3,000

    4,000

    5,000

    6,000

    BEHAVIORS LEADING TO SUSPENSION 4-YEAR COMPARISON

    2012-13 2015-16

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    12

  • 8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop 13

  • Expulsion Circumstances

    • Firearm • Brandish a Knife • Sales of Controlled Substance • Sexual Assault/Sexual Battery • Possession of Explosives

    SHALL (Mandatory)

    • Serious Physical Injury • Possession of Knife or Dangerous Object • Possession of Controlled Substance • Robbery • Assault or Battery of a School Employee

    SHALL… UNLESS

    • All lesser offenses listed under Education Code 48900 and not included above

    MAY (Discretionary)

    Student Discipline Board Workshop 8/8/ 2016

    14

  • Expulsion

    Student Discipline Board Workshop

    • Timeline • Administrative Hearing Panel • Threshold for Expulsion • Suspended Expulsion • Expulsion Term • Appeal • Rehabilitation Plan • Readmission

    8/8/2016

    15

  • 2015-16 Expulsion Placement Type

    94

    32

    34

    10 5 Phoenix Secondary

    Phoenix Elementary

    KKEC

    Suspended Expulsion to Comprehensive Site Suspended Expulsion to Alt Ed Sites

    Total Expulsions = 175

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    16

  • 8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop 17

  • Expulsions by Year

    0

    100

    200

    300

    400

    500

    600

    700

    2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016

    BEHAVIORS LEADING TO EXPULSION: DOWN 72%

    Student Discipline Board Workshop 8/8/2016

    18

  • 2015-2016 Expulsions by Group

    STUDENT GROUP % OF DISTRICT ENROLLMENT % OF EXPULSION

    REFERRALS DISPROPORTIONALITY

    Foster Youth 0.95% 2.29% 2.41

    African American 8.65% 30.86% 3.57

    Special Education 10.71% 25.71% 2.40

    Male 51.39% 74.29% 1.45

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    19

  • Improving Student Behavior

    2008-09 Core Beliefs

    and Commitments

    2009-11 District

    Actions (Safe & Civil/ Bullying

    Prevention)

    2012-13 Legislative Actions &

    Graduation Taskforce

    2013-14 Restorative Practices

    Resolution & Pilot

    2014-15 Increased Parent & Student

    Engagement Opportunities

    2015-Present Additional

    Investments- Social

    Emotional Supports

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    20

  • Increased Investment- Increased Student Supports

    Middle School Social Workers-12

    sites

    Restorative Practices- 38 sites

    Supports to Foster/Homeless

    Students 7-10

    Elementary Child Welfare &

    Attendance- 29 sites

    No Cost Mental Health Services-

    16 sites

    Hmong Student Success Team

    High School Reengagement

    Centers

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    21

  • Impact

     Behaviors Leading to Suspension: 4% reduction districtwide High school out-of-school suspensions increased by 17% Middle school out-of-school suspensions decreased by 11% Elementary school out-of-school suspensions increased by 11%

     Behaviors leading to expulsion: 13% reduction within the Restorative Practices site cohort

     Students with behavioral needs seen by the Middle School SESS demonstrating Q3-Q4 behavioral improvement: 69%

     Foster/Homeless students (7-10) with behavioral needs seen by the Project Access social worker demonstrating Q3-Q4 behavioral improvement: 62%

    8/8/2016Student Discipline Board Workshop

    22

  • 16/17 Focus Areas

    Next Steps

    Standardize Expectations

    Regarding ‘Other Means of Correction’

    MBK Success Mentoring

    On Campus Substance Abuse

    Services

    Expand Mental Health Services for Elementary

    Expansion of Support Homeless/Foster 6-12

    Peer Mediation-Scale

    Student Discipline Board Workshop 8/8/2016

    23

    STUDENT DISCIPLINE�WORKSHOP� Overview Supporting the Whole Child Prevention & Intervention Alignment of Priorities Legislative Impact on Local Policy Slide Number 7 Suspension “Other Means of Correction” Data Tracking & Monitoring Suspension Incidents by Segment Suspension by Offense Type Slide Number 13 Expulsion Circumstances Expulsion 2015-16 Expuls

Welcome message from author
This document is posted to help you gain knowledge. Please leave a comment to let me know what you think about it! Share it to your friends and learn new things together.