Together, Board leadership and the Superintendent will consider the findings and recommendations and develop a plan and action steps that will critically examine and revise policies and practices addressing the systemic, leadership, and performance gaps cited in the report. Relied on a decentralized response to sexual conduct complaints. Board Vice Chair Julie Esparza Brown presented the policy and curriculum to the board from the Teaching and Learning committee, which she chairs. Brown said that the curriculum has been developed in chunks so that parents can choose to opt out of certain topics without their children losing the rest of the curriculum. The report includes a set of recommendations for the District, covering sexual conduct complaint procedures, investigation procedures, training, document management, greater transparency in resignation agreements, and lobbying for better protections for students at the state level. The investigation also had several recommendations for the district that covers everything from how to handle sexual conduct complaints, better transparency, and advocating for student safety statewide. The policy effort began with a Oregon Department of Education rule that requires each district to develop "a comprehensive plan of instruction focusing on human sexuality education" which is "complete, balanced, and medically accurate. To secure a full copy of the Executive Summary or the Report, please request here.
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