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L. 103-227). 8 The chief administering officer of a local educational agency may modify this expulsion requirement on a case-bycase basis. In addition, the LEA may provide the student with educational services in an alternative setting (Section 4141). L. 103-227). 10 ED maintains a website that provides links to resources of potential use to school leaders developing a crisis management plan. html]. 11 National programs also provide financial and technical assistance to institutions of higher education for drug prevention and campus safety programs for students.

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High schools are defined as schools in which the lowest grade is not lower than grade 9 and the highest grade is not higher than grade 12. Combined schools include all other combinations of grades, including K–12 schools. Note: "At school" was defined for respondents to include activities happening in school buildings, on school grounds, on school buses, and at places that hold school-sponsored events or activities. Responses were provided by the principal or the person most knowledgeable about crime and safety issues at the school.

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