Presentation on theme: "Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools 2011-2012 State Discipline Data Board of Education February 12, 2013 Charlie McCurry, Jr."— Presentation transcript:
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools 2011-2012 State Discipline Data Board of Education February 12, 2013 Charlie McCurry, Jr.
Report to the Joint Legislative Education Oversight Committee Available at: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/researc h/discipline/reports/consolidated/2011- 12/consolidated-report.pdf http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/researc h/discipline/reports/consolidated/2011- 12/consolidated-report.pdf Includes: Annual Report of School Crime & Violence Annual Report of Suspensions & Expulsions Annual Report of Dropout Rates
Reportable Act Rate (per 1000 students), Among High School Students LEA2010-2011 School Year 2011-2012 School Year Change WS/FCS24.3817.60-6.78 Durham12.9619.236.27 Wake12.7413.700.96 Charlotte-Mecklenburg16.8914.37-2.52 Guilford12.6714.491.82 Cumberland14.1818.083.90
Top Reportable Offenses Statewide Offense2010-112011-12Percentage Possession of a Controlled Substance in Violation of Law 4,9344,777-3.2% Possession of Weapon (excluding firearm & explosive) 3,9543,613-8.6% Assault on School Personnel 1,1561,2124.8% Sexual Assault (excluding rape & sexual offense) 1,068971-9.1%
NC Alternative Placements Alternative schools and programs reported 14,090 student placements in 2011-12, only three fewer than in 2010-11. 12,874 individual students were placed in alternative programs over the course of the 2011-12 school year. Males were placed in alternative programs at higher rates than females, African-Americans at higher rates than other ethnic groups, and ninth graders at higher rates than other grade levels.
Questions? Report Available at: http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/research/discipline/reports/consolidated/ 2011-12/consolidated-report.pdf http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/research/discipline/reports/consolidated/ 2011-12/consolidated-report.pdf