New York School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Gang-related Activity

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New York School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Gang-related Activity

Category: Discipline Addressing Specific Code of Conduct Violations
Subcategory: Gang-related Activity
State: New York

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100.2 (dd). Professional learning.

(g) a description of any other opportunities the school district or BOCES provides to its educators to support their professional growth (e.g., coaching, induction, professional learning communities); and

(vi) Violent or disruptive incident shall mean one of the following categories of incidents that occurs on school property of the school district, board of cooperative educational services, charter school or county vocational education and extension board, committed with or without a weapon (except in the case of weapons possession):

(4) Content of report. Each individual violent or disruptive incident report shall be in a form prescribed by the commissioner and shall contain the following information concerning each violent or disruptive incident that occurred in the prior school year:

(vii) whether the incident was bias-related, drug-related, or gang or group-related.

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