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Subchapter 23. Defining Persistently Dangerous Public Elementary And Secondary Schools. Data Collection.   

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Local educational agencies (LEAs) will submit to the California Department of Education (CDE) the number of incidents of non-student firearm violations and student expulsions specified in section 11992 above for determining persistently dangerous schools. The CDE will use the information collected to determine if a school site meets the criteria in this subchapter. If an LEA contests the CDE's determination that one or more of its schools is persistently dangerous, the LEA may appeal that determination to the State Board of Education based on incorrect data or circumstances that caused the school to be identified as persistently dangerous, but actually increased student and teacher safety at the school.

Authority cited:

Education Code 33031


Public Law 107-110, Title IX, Part E, Subpart 2, Section 9532

20 USC 7912

(Added by Register 2005, No. 25.)