Violent incidents must now be recorded in New York's annual Report Card on the schools, giving safety a place alongside test scores and other data collected to measure school performance.

The information on violence will be collected as part of the state's sweeping new school safety laws that took effect in July.

The initiative includes a law giving teachers more latitude to deal with problem students and creates a system for reporting


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