The Elementary TUPE Module is a supplemental module with survey items related to tobacco use and perceptions to inform local TUPE programs in their service design and assessment. This module is required for TUPE grantees.
This module assesses academic rigor and supports, respectful relationships and cultural sensitivity, the relevance of classroom lessons, student learning motivation and classroom involvement, discipline and enforcement of rules, and the quality of facilities maintenance.
The elementary core module assesses student attitudes, behaviors, and experiences related to: school, academic and social-emotional learning, positive development, tobacco use and perceptions, overall health and well-being, and provides indicators to support meeting Local Control and Accountability Plan requirements.
The secondary core module assesses student attitudes, behaviors, and experiences related to: school climate and safety, pupil engagement, student supports, bullying, and substance abuse, and provides indicators to support meeting Local Control and Accountability Plan requirements. Additionally, demographic questions help identify the needs of key subgroups, including: racial/ethnic groups, foster youth, economically disadvantaged, and English language learners.
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