Lgbt1 Task 1

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Frances Lozada-Tirado a. Shall make reasonable effort to protect the student from conditions harmful to learning and/or to the student’s mental and/or physical health and/or safety. b. This item is important to me because I feel that children in this age and time are experiencing harmful condition that enable them to learn. I feel that we as teachers and family workers need to strive for our students to feel safe and secure in order for them to reach their full potential. As a family engagement specialist, it is my responsibility for my families and students to feel safe in my centers. My families need to be able to talk to me about any academic concern that they may have in regards to their child’s education in my centers. I feel all schools should have safety protocols so…show more content…
I think that all schools whether MDCPS or a preschool center take the safety and well-being of their students seriously. MDCPS has a protocol for disciplinary action against a teacher that is believed to have acted inappropriately. The district is required to report the incident to the superintendent of the school district. The superintendent investigates the allegations of misconduct. He also reports it to the department of education as required by F.S1012.796. The staff can be reassigned pending the outcome of the superintendent investigation or the staff may resign or be terminated. The superintendent must report all the findings and judgements to the department of education. The department of education then shall maintain each report of misconduct as a public record in the instructional personnel's certification files (F.S. 1012.796(d). d. Two key points of the MDCPS expectation for reporting child abuse are that the staff has to immediately report the abuse to the twenty-four (24) hour, toll-free DCF Central Abuse Hotline. The staff has to also immediately notify (305) 995-COPS (2677) and the school site administrator that the abuse has been reported to the DCF Central Abuse
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