School PD Requirements in Indiana
What professional development requirements does a school in Indiana need to meet?
- Child abuse or neglect training at least once every two years for each school employee likely to have direct, ongoing contact with children within the scope of the employee’s employment.
- Each school corporation and accredited nonpublic school must require training at least one hour every two school years pertaining to the identification and reporting of human trafficking for all school employees likely to have direct, ongoing contact with children within the scope of the employee’s employment.
- If there is a school corporation police department, the governing body must adopt a policy requiring the corporation police officer to complete training on appropriately deal with individuals with autism and Asperger’s syndrome.
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