Iowa School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Multi-tiered Frameworks and Systems of Support

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Iowa School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Multi-tiered Frameworks and Systems of Support

Category: Prevention, Behavioral Interventions, and Supports
Subcategory: Multi-tiered Frameworks and Systems of Support
State: Iowa

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281-11.3(PL107-110). Whole school option.

For the school year starting July 1, 2004, and in the years thereafter, a school identified as meeting the criteria in 11.3(1) "a" through "c" for two consecutive years shall develop and implement a remedial plan. The plan shall include schoolwide efforts to support positive student behavior and improve student discipline. The department shall conduct a site visit to the school.

281-103.8(256B,280). Training, documentation, debriefing, and reporting requirements.

103.8(1) Training. An employee must receive training prior to using any form of physical restraint or seclusion. Training shall cover the following topics:

d. Positive behavior interventions and supports, and evidence-based approaches to student discipline and classroom management.

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