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A Report on Safe Schools Programs

Description: Report of the Texas State Auditor's Office related to determining if student expulsions and removals follow legislative guidelines for the Safe Schools Act, determining if disciplinary alternative programs (DAEPs) and juvenile justice alternative education programs (JJAEPs) are accomplishing their mission of improving students' academic performance, identifying DAEP and JJAEP program and statutory requirements, analyzing student participation data and identifying barriers to program participation, and determining if Texas Education Agency (TEA) and Juvenile Probation Commission program oversight is adequate.
Date: August 1999
Creator: Texas. Office of the State Auditor.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Focus Report: Volume 75, Number 12, April 1997

Description: This is a report over the Safe Schools Act as part of the 1995 rewrite of the Education Code. The report looks at the two main objects of the Legislature attempts to give administrators authority to remove disruptive students and create a safety net so expelled students are not cast into the streets.
Date: April 4, 1997
Creator: Texas. Legislature. House of Representatives. Research Organization.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Transcript of interviews with Dr. Guadalupe San Miguel and Dr. Carlos Blanton]

Description: Transcript of a video with two interviews on it. The first is with Dr. Guadalupe San Miguel, Jr. and the second is with Dr. Carlos Kevin Blanton. They both cover bilingual education and the politicized view of it that is now common. They also discuss the history of bilingual ed, and Blanton explains it's original form- bilingual tradition.
Date: 2011~
Creator: Texas Association of Bilingual Education
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Interview with Dr. Guadalupe San Miguel]

Description: Video of an interview with Dr. Guadalupe San Miguel, Jr.. The interview begins nine seconds in and they discuss the political side of bilingual education and the history of studies that show its value.
Date: 2007~
Creator: Texas Association of Bilingual Education
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections