School Safety Education
LEIC strives to provide quality, research-based training to school systems in the areas of drug, alcohol, and violence prevention, emergency preparedness, and general school safety.
For questions or more information call Don Green at 865-946-3222 or email him at email@example.com
Addressing Bullying Policy in Schools
A civil and respectful learning environment is an essential foundation for teaching and learning. Public Chapter 153 as enacted by the 2009 General Assembly mandates specific actions on the part of schools relative to bullying, harassment and intimidation. The passage of Chapter 992 of the Public Acts of 2012 (PC 992) established additional requirements for local education agencies (LEAs) relative to addressing bullying and harassment. This seminar will provide an overview of these and other related requirements with a particular focus upon insuring that policy is reflected in effective practice.
Addressing Bullying, Harassment, and Hazing Through Effective Policy and Practice
Tennessee Department of Education
Office of Safe and Supportive Schools
In partnership with STARS Nashville
Who Should Attend?
School districts should send a small team (2-3 persons) of educators responsible for providing leadership and direction to the district in the areas identified above.
Dates and Locations:
Dates for SY2013-14 will be announced soon. Please check back.
For questions or more information, please contact Anna Nichols.
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