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Destruction of school property due to arson
Felony conviction or complaint
Homicide (murder or manslaughter)
Non-drug, non-violent or non-criminal-related offense
Other violence or substance-related offense
Physical attack (battery)
Robbery using force
Theft (school, staff or student property)
Threat of physical attack
Threat of robbery
Vandalism/destruction of property
Weapon on school premises
The Student Discipline Days Missed Report reports on days missed by public school students in Massachusetts due to disciplines that the students received for offenses committed, as reported by school districts in the School Safety Discipline Report (SSDR). Days missed is reported by percentage of students in specific ranges of days missed. For more detailed information on the SSDR collection, see the documents at the
School Safety Discipline Report (SSDR)
page on the ESE website.
The COVID 19 pandemic had a profound impact on the 2019-20 school year. Data reported below may have been affected by the pandemic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing the data, and take particular care when comparing data over multiple school years.
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