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The new criteria are offering professional development for school safety teams on a “positive school environment” and aligning age-appropriate instruction on HIB topics to the “Core Curriculum Content Standards.” Clifton scored a zero for both of the new criteria. Salzano said the district was offering age-appropriate instruction in past years, but it was not explicitly aligned to the standards so the schools received zero points. For the current school year, to boost self-assessment scores, additional training is being supplied to teachers to help them identify bullying in three protected categories; students with disabilities, students who are “perceived” to be from other countries based on ethnicity and LGBTQ students. “Those are the three most vulnerable groups,” he said. The new criteria will also be addressed, and age-appropriate instruction will also be aligned to the standards for this year and be cross-curricular among them, he said. For those students involved in bullying and violence incidents reports, administration offered clarity on the process. “Names are never used; it’s always initials,” said Salzano. “Literally the sentence says ‘J.E. slapped B.C. across the face on the playground.’ That’s all it says.” “There isn’t any chance ever that anyone can go in an locate an incident and connect it to a child.” He added there is no paper copy of the report, but the electronic filing is sent to the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE), which examines the amount of cases in districts and the types of HIB cases logged. After inquiry by a Board member, Salzano added the information sent to the state does not include a student identification number.
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