“2014 State of the Safe Schools Act” Report is here.
With the 2014-15 academic year in full swing, Oregon Safe Schools & Communities Coalition is excited to announce the release of the Third Annual State of the Safe Schools Act report to our members, coalition partners and community leaders. This report has been created through a partnership with OGALLA: The LGBT Bar Association of Oregon, Q Center, Oregon Public Health Division and the Oregon Department of Education.
Over the past several months, OSSCC, Q Center, and OGALLA have collected, read, and evaluated each anti-bullying/safe schools policy from every school district in Oregon (nearly 200!), based on a checklist of requirements contained in the current statute. Policies were divided into “gold star” (exceeding expectations); “silver star” (meeting expectations); and “bronze star” (not meeting expectations/no policy available for review).
We invite you to read this year’s State of the Safe Schools Act report and find out how your local school district measured up! Oregon Safe Schools & Communities Coalition is willing to provide feedback to any district that wishes to find out more about the rankings. Contact OSSCC with any questions by writing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Download the 2012 State of the Safe Schools Act report
- Download the 2013 State of the Safe Schools Act report
- Download the 2014 State of the Safe Schools Act report (released February 2015)