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Title IV: Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

The purpose of Title IV: Safe and Drug-Free Schools is to support programs that prevent violence and the illegal use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs in and around schools. Schools and districts are to involve parents and coordinate with community efforts in developing these programs. The goal is to foster a safe and drug-free learning environment that promotes student academic achievement.

Kansas Definition of Persistently Dangerous Schools (PDF)

Kansas Persistently Dangerous Schools Statements:

Gun Free Schools Legislation Education Statute #: 21-4204

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