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PD8 — Report of Students with Disabilities Subject of Disciplinary Removal
July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013

TABLE 1 – REPORT OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, AGES 3-21, REMOVED TO AN INTERIM ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION SETTING (IAES), OR SUSPENDED OR EXPELLED, OUT-OF-SCHOOL OR IN-SCHOOL, DURING 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR, BY DISABILITY

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Students with Disabilities
Ages 3-21
1.  Unilateral Removals to an IAES by School Personnel 2.  Number of Students Removed to an IAES Based on an Impartial Hearing Officer Determination Regarding Likely Injury 3.  Out-of-School Suspensions or Expulsions
Disability A. Unduplicated Count of Students Reported in Columns 1B, 1C and 1D1 B. Number of Times Students were Removed for Drugs2 C. Number of Times Students were Removed for Weapons2 D. Number of Times Students were Removed for Serious Bodily Injury2 Unduplicated Count of Students A. Number of Students with Disabilities with Out-of-School Suspensions/Expulsions Totaling 10 Days or Less B. Number of Students with Disabilities with Out-of-School Suspensions/Expulsions Totaling More Than 10 Days
1. Autism              
2. Emotional Disturbance              
3. Learning Disability              
4. Intellectual Disability              
5. Deafness              
6. Hearing Impairment              
7. Speech or Language Impairment              
8. Visual Impairment Including   Blindness              
9. Orthopedic Impairment              
10. Other health Impairment              
11. Multiple Disabilities              
12. Deaf-Blindness              
13. Traumatic Brain Injury              
14. Preschool Student with a Disability              
15.  Total              

1The number of students reported on each Line of Column 1A should be less than or equal to the sum of corresponding Lines of Columns 1B, 1C, and 1D.
2Each student counted in Columns 1B, IC and/or 1D should be counted once, and only once, in Column 1A.

Students with Disabilities
Ages 3-21
4. In-School Suspensions 5.  Disciplinary Removals
Disability A. Number of Students with Disabilities with In-School Suspensions Totaling 10 Days or Less B. Number of Students with Disabilities with In-School Suspensions Totaling More Than 10 Days A. Total Number of Disciplinary Removals B. Number of Students with Disabilities with Disciplinary Removals Totaling 1 Day C. Number of Students with Disabilities with Disciplinary Removals Totaling 2-10 Days D. Number of Students with Disabilities with Disciplinary Removals Totaling More Than 10 Days
1. Autism            
2. Emotional Disturbance            
3. Learning Disability            
4. Intellectual Disability            
5. Deafness            
6. Hearing Impairment            
7. Speech or Language Impairment            
8. Visual Impairment Including   Blindness            
9. Orthopedic Impairment            
10. Other health Impairment            
11. Multiple Disabilities            
12. Deaf-Blindness            
13. Traumatic Brain Injury            
14. Preschool Student with a Disability            
15. Total            

TABLE 2 – REPORT OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES, AGES 3-21, REMOVED TO AN INTERIM ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION SETTING (IAES), OR SUSPENDED OR EXPELLED, OUT-OF-SCHOOL OR IN-SCHOOL, DURING 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR, BY RACE/ETHNICITY, BY GENDER and BY LEP STATUS

Students with Disabilities
Ages 3-21
1.  Unilateral Removals to an IAES by School Personnel 2.  Number of Students Removed to an IAES Based on an Impartial Hearing Officer Determination Regarding Likely Injury 3.  Out-of-School Suspensions or Expulsions
Race/Ethnicity, Gender and Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Status A. Unduplicated Count of Students Reported in Columns 1B, 1C and 1D1 B. Number of Times Students were Removed for Drugs2 C. Number of Times Students were Removed for Weapons2 D. Number of Times Students were Removed for Serious Bodily Injury2 Unduplicated Count of Students A. Number of Students with Disabilities with Out-of-School Suspensions/Expulsions Totaling 10 Days or Less B. Number of Students with Disabilities with Out-of-School Suspensions/Expulsions Totaling More Than 10 Days
1. Hispanic/ Latino              
2. American Indian or Alaska Native (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)              
3. Asian (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)              
4. Black or African American (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)              
5. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)              
6. White (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)              
7. Two or more races (not of Hispanic Origin)              
8. Total by Race/Ethnicity1              
9. Male              
10. Female              
11. Total by Gender2              
12. Limited English Proficient              
13. Not Limited English Proficient              
14. Total by LEP Status3              

1 The number of students reported in each Column on Line 8 (total by race/ethnicity) in Table 2 should be equal to the number reported in each corresponding Column on Line 15 in Table 1 (by disability).
2 The number of students reported in each Column on Line 11 (total by gender) in Table 2 should be equal to the number reported in each corresponding Column on Line 15 in Table 1 (by disability).
3 The number of students reported in each Column on Line 14 (total by LEP status) in Table 2 should be equal to the number reported in each corresponding Column on Line 15 in Table 1 (by disability).

Students with Disabilities
Ages 3-21
4. In-School Suspensions 5. Disciplinary Removals
Race/Ethnicity, Gender and Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Status A. Number of Students with Disabilities with In-School Suspensions Totaling 10 Days or Less B. Number of Students with Disabilities with In-School Suspensions Totaling More Than 10 Days A. Total Number of Disciplinary Removals B. Number of Students with Disabilities with Disciplinary Removals Totaling 1 Day C. Number of Students with Disabilities with Disciplinary Removals Totaling 2-10 Days D. Number of Students with Disabilities with Disciplinary Removals Totaling More Than 10 Days
1. Hispanic/ Latino            
2. American Indian or Alaska Native (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)            
3. Asian (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)            
4. Black or African American (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)            
5. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)            
6. White (not of Hispanic/ Latino Ethnicity)            
7. Two or more races (not of Hispanic Origin)            
8. Total by Race/Ethnicity1            
9. Male            
10. Female            
11. Total by Gender2            
12. Limited English Proficient            
13. Not Limited English Proficient            
14. Total by LEP Status3            

1 The number of students reported in each Column on Line 8 (total by race/ethnicity) in Table 2 should be equal to the number reported in each corresponding Column on Line 15 in Table 1 (by disability).
2 The number of students reported in each Column on Line 11 (total by gender) in Table 2 should be equal to the number reported in each corresponding Column on Line 15 in Table 1 (by disability).
3 The number of students reported in each Column on Line 14 (total by LEP status) in Table 2 should be equal to the number reported in each corresponding Column on Line 15 in Table 1 (by disability).

TABLE 3 – STUDENTS SUBJECT TO EXPULSIONS WITH AND WITHOUT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES BY DISABILITY STATUS

  A. Received Educational Services
During Expulsion
B. Did not Receive Educational Services
During Expulsion
1. Students with Disabilities Ages 3-21    
2. Students without Disabilities, Grades K-12    
3. Total    
Last Updated: November 25, 2013