Top Myths of School Avoidance (Part 1)
In Part 1 of our discussion on school avoidance, Sloan Simmons talks with Jennifer Baldassari and Susan Bishop about the challenges districts face in school avoidance issues from both a legal and practical perspective, highlighting the top myths associated with school avoidance along the way.
Show Notes & References
6:46 Lucia Mar Unified School District v. Student (2017) OAH Case No. 201702029911:31 Family systems vs. family issues14:29 Child Find15:25 IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education and Improvement Act)18:54 Common Sense Media’s Digital Citizenship Curriculum20:29 Navigating SEL From the Inside Out– Harvard Graduate School of Education (March 2017)25:28 Parent v. Berkeley Unified School District (Sept. 13, 2018) OAH Case No. 201803051728:19 SARB (School Attendance Review Board)30:00 Truancy vs. being a truant vs. chronic absenteeism (Ed. Code 48260.5 and 60901; 5 CCR 420 and 421.)32:29 Anxiety and Depression Association of America resources
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