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Closing referral disparities (resolution agreement with Office of Civil Rights)


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2018 - 2019 Full Year Data


 

Presentation of Data

 

 

 Types

 

 

Action Plan

 

 

 

Post Bulletin Article

 

 

 

 


 

Feb 2019 RPS School Board Video 

 


2018-2019 1st Semester


 

 Data from RPS Board Meeting Folder

Enrollment by Race

 


Student Summary

 


District Summary


 

Building Summary


 

Type


Media Reporting


 

Post Bulletin

 

2018

 

 


June 2018 Discipline Data


Presentation

 

Link to 6/19/2018 School Board Meeting

 


 

PB Reporting

 

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The report showed:

  • black students made up 45 percent of referrals while representing about 16 percent of the total student body.
  • 74 percent of students receiving referrals also receive free or reduced lunches while they represent 37 percent of enrollment.
  • 65 percent of referrals were special education students while they make up less than 17 percent of the total student enrollment.
  • students with limited English language skills made up 19 percent of referrals while making up 10 percent of the total student body.

 


 

RPS's Community Focus Team (CFT) Data Subgroup Discussions

Link to education.dmcbeam.org

 


 


Feb. 2018


At the 2/6/2018 School Board Meeting the following was presented as a comparison of office referrals from first semester 2016-2017 and first semester 2017-2018 examining District, building, and student data.  Building Principals will also discuss behavior- related supports provided in their respective buildings.

 

RPS District Summary

 


 

Building Summary

 


Student Summary

 


 

 


Feb, 2018 Post Bulletin Reporting


Face Book

 

Apples to Oranges Comparison

 


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Comments

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