For the purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply:
(a) "Case management" means a process that ensures that the pupil and child receive identified needed services in an efficient, supportive, and cost effective manner. The process is interactive, pupil-centered, culturally appropriate, and goal-oriented.
(b) "Child care and development program" means developmentally appropriate learning activities for the children of enrolled teen parents that are provided when the child's teen parent is, or parents are, participating in a school-approved activity both during and outside the schoolday.
(c) "Intake process" means the interactive process upon entry into the Cal-SAFE program through which academic and service needs are inventoried and demographic data are collected.
(d) "Interventions" means services needed to correct or ameliorate a pupil's health, psychosocial, educational, vocational, daily living, or economic problems, which may impede the pupil from achieving the program goals.
(e) "Local education agency" means a school district or county office of education.
(f) "Support services" means services, as referenced in subdivision (b) of Section 54746, that will enhance the academic ability of the enrolled pupil in order for her or him to earn a high school diploma or its equivalent and for healthy development of their children.
(g) "Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 Regulations" refers to federal Public Law 92-318 and the regulations set forth in Section 106.1 and following of Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations, which prohibit discrimination against pupils, among other things, because of their pregnant or parenting status.
(h) "Expectant parent" means a female who is pregnant or a male who voluntarily identifies himself as the parent of an unborn child, and who meets eligibility criteria specified in Section 54747.
(Amended by Stats. 2002, Ch. 1168, Sec. 42.)
34 CFR 106.1
Education Code 54745
Education Code 54747