Or. Admin. R. 581-020-0649 - Chronic Absenteeism Coaches
(1) For the purpose of assisting the implementation of a plan developed under OAR 581-020-0645, a school district must collaborate with a coach approved by the Oregon Department of Education who is knowledgeable about chronic absenteeism. A coach with whom a school district collaborates under this rule must be able to:
(a) Identify students who are at risk of being chronically absent;
(b) Identify student populations disproportionately affected by chronic absenteeism;
(c) Propose solutions to chronic absenteeism that:
(A) Target the circumstances or beliefs identified as causing chronic absenteeism, including any barrier to attending school, aversion to attending school, misconception concerning school, or disengagement from school; and
(B) Account for student populations disproportionately affected by chronic absenteeism;
(C) Are equitable and inclusive in their application to those student populations;
(D) Are culturally responsive; and
(E) Are trauma sensitive.
(2) In addition to the other requirements described in this rule, a coach with whom a school district collaborates under this rule must:
(a) Be experienced working with, and be able to engage, a wide variety of stakeholders; and
(b) Have a demonstrated history of using a collaborative approach to problem solving.
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 326.051
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 326.051
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