LE FLORE

2 SCHOOLS

CRDC: School Climate and Safety: Harassment/Bullying and Discipline

Every other year, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) conducts the Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) for data on key education and civil rights issues in our nation's public schools. This required collection helps illustrate student access to opportunities and aspects of school climate. The CRDC School Climate and Safety: Harassment/Bullying and Discipline examines aspects of school climate by providing information about school safety and discipline practices. Data displayed in this section show the number of allegations of harassment or bullying and the rates of school discipline by student group.

Note: All data presented in this section are reported by school districts to ED. The Oklahoma Department of Education (OSDE) does not collect or validate these data.

The full CRDC data collection can be accessed by visiting https://ocrdata.ed.gov/

Incidents of Harassment or Bullying

Why do we measure this?

Measuring the number of allegations of harassment or bullying provides information on school climate and safety. The CRDC defines harassment or bullying as intimidation or abusive behavior toward a student from a different background, school employee, or non-school employee. Bullying and harassments can take many forms, including verbal name-calling, insults, or intimidation, as well as non-verbal acts or behavior such as graphic or written statements, or conduct that is physically threatening, harmful, or humiliating.

What was measured?

Data displayed in the table show the number of allegations of harassment or bullying by category. Definitions for each category can be found here.

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In-School Suspensions

Why do we measure this?

The number and rates of suspension by student group provides information on school climate, student discipline, and exclusionary practices.

What was measured?

Data displayed here show the number of students who received one or more in- school suspensions. CRDC defines In-school suspensions as an instance in which a student is temporarily removed from their regular classroom(s) for at least half a day for disciplinary purposes but remains under the direct supervision of school personnel. Direct supervision means school personnel are physically in the same location as students under their supervision.

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In-School Suspensions

 
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Number of students shown reflects the number of students who received instruction during the school year.


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NAEP is administered to a sample of students in grades 4 and 8 who represent the student population of the nation, states, and select urban districts.

**NAEP Sample sizes are rounded to the nearest hundred.



**Number of students shown is based on full academic year enrollment



**Number of students shown is based on student enrollment at the end of the year


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Out of School Suspensions

Why do we measure this?

The number and rates of out-of-school suspensions by student group provide information about school climate, safety, student discipline, and exclusionary practices.

What was measured?

Data displayed here show the number of students who received one or more out-of-school suspensions. CRDC defines Out-of-School Suspension as an instance in which a child is temporarily removed from his/her regular school (in-person or virtual setting) for at least half a day for disciplinary purposes to another setting (e.g., home, behavior center). Source- CRDC Definitions.

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Out of School Suspensions

 
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Select a student group to see its population and indicator score.

Select a student group to see its population and performance rate.


Number of students shown reflects the number of students who received instruction during the school year.


No students at this school were identified in the following groups: No students in this district were identified in the following groups: No students were identified in the following groups: {{group}},

NAEP is administered to a sample of students in grades 4 and 8 who represent the student population of the nation, states, and select urban districts.

**NAEP Sample sizes are rounded to the nearest hundred.



**Number of students shown is based on full academic year enrollment



**Number of students shown is based on student enrollment at the end of the year


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Expulsions

Why do we measure this?

The number and rates of expulsion by student group provide information to stakeholders about school climate, safety, student discipline, and exclusionary practices.

What was measured?

Data displayed here show the number of students who were expelled from their school setting and provided educational services. CRDC defines expulsions as an action taken by the local educational agency (LEA) of removing a child from their regular school (in-person or virtual setting) for disciplinary purposes, and providing educational services to the child (e.g., school-provided at home instruction or tutoring; transfer to an alternative school) for the remainder of the school year (or longer). Source- CRDC Definitions

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Expulsions

 
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Select a student group to see its population and indicator score.

Select a student group to see its population and performance rate.


Number of students shown reflects the number of students who received instruction during the school year.


No students at this school were identified in the following groups: No students in this district were identified in the following groups: No students were identified in the following groups: {{group}},

NAEP is administered to a sample of students in grades 4 and 8 who represent the student population of the nation, states, and select urban districts.

**NAEP Sample sizes are rounded to the nearest hundred.



**Number of students shown is based on full academic year enrollment



**Number of students shown is based on student enrollment at the end of the year


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