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School Safety Data

Project Background Information The Kentucky Center for School Safety serves as the central point for school safety information, technical assistance, data analysis and research. successful school safety programs, research results, and new programs.

The Kentucky Safe Schools Data Project reflects federal and state guidelines for gathering outcome data in Kentucky’s schools. The 1998-99 school year (July 1, 1998-June 30, 1999) was the pilot phase designed to acquaint Kentucky schools with the data collection instrument and electronic method of reporting. Each year succeeding the pilot one, the data report has been considerably enhanced into the rich and informative product that we are now able to present to each district.

The resulting database is reported to the Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky Center for School Safety for analysis.

In 2004, the Department of Education and KCSS have collaborated to create more specific law violation definitions to be used in the reporting process. Hopefully, these new definitions will bring greater consistency to the data reported and greater validity to the analysis.

The reports below are the results of that analysis for the 2007-2008 academic year. All previous years, are located in the analysis archives..

Current Safe School Data

Past Safe Schools Data

Past Years