Puerto Rico School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Data Collection, Review, and Reporting of Discipline Policies and Actions

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18 L.P.R.A. § 3961i. Statistics.

It shall be the duty of every primary, secondary, higher education institution, and university, whether public or private, to collect statistics on harassment and/or bullying cases that occur during the school year. Said statistics shall be submitted through annual reports filed not later than July 1st of every year with the Department of Education, in the case of public schools, and to the Department of State of Puerto Rico, in the case of higher education and private institutions.


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