``SEC. 4102. <<NOTE: 20 USC 7112.>> DEFINITIONS.
``In this subpart:
``(1) Blended learning.--The term `blended learning' means a
formal education program that leverages both technology-based
and face-to-face instructional approaches--
``(A) that include an element of online or digital
learning, combined with supervised learning time, and
student-led learning, in which the elements are
connected to provide an integrated learning experience;
``(B) in which students are provided some control
over time, path, or pace.
``(2) Controlled substance.--The term `controlled substance'
means a drug or other substance identified under Schedule I, II,
III, IV, or V in section 202(c) of the Controlled Substances Act
(21 U.S.C. 812(c)).
``(3) Digital learning.--The term `digital learning' means
any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to
strengthen a student's learning experience and encompasses a
wide spectrum of tools and practices, including--
``(A) interactive learning resources, digital
learning content (which may include openly licensed
content), software, or simulations, that engage students
in academic content;
``(B) access to online databases and other primary
``(C) the use of data and information to personalize
learning and provide targeted supplementary instruction;
``(D) online and computer-based assessments;
``(E) learning environments that allow for rich
collaboration and communication, which may include
student collaboration with content experts and peers;
``(F) hybrid or blended learning, which occurs under
direct instructor supervision at a school or other
location away from home and, at least in part, through
online delivery of instruction with some element of
student control over time, place, path, or pace; and
``(G) access to online course opportunities for
students in rural or remote areas.
``(4) Drug.--The term `drug' includes--
``(A) controlled substances;
``(B) the illegal use of alcohol or tobacco,
including smokeless tobacco products and electronic
``(C) the harmful, abusive, or addictive use of
substances, including inhalants and anabolic steroids.
``(5) Drug and violence prevention.--The term `drug and
violence prevention' means--
``(A) with respect to drugs, prevention, early
intervention, rehabilitation referral, recovery support
services, or education related to the illegal use of
drugs, such as raising awareness about the consequences
of drug use that are evidence-based (to the extent a
State, in consultation with local educational agencies
in the State, determines that such evidence is
reasonably available); and
``(B) with respect to violence, the promotion of
school safety, such that students and school personnel
are free from violent and disruptive acts, including
sexual harassment and abuse, and victimization
associated with prejudice and intolerance, on school
premises, going to and
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from school, and at school-sponsored activities, through
the creation and maintenance of a school environment
that is free of weapons and fosters individual
responsibility and respect for the rights of others.
``(6) School-based mental health services provider.--The
term `school-based mental health services provider' includes a
State-licensed or State-certified school counselor, school
psychologist, school social worker, or other State licensed or
certified mental health professional qualified under State law
to provide mental health services to children and adolescents.
``(7) State.--The term `State' means each of the 50 States,
the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
``(8) Stem-focused specialty school.--The term `STEM-focused
specialty school' means a school, or dedicated program within a
school, that engages students in rigorous, relevant, and
integrated learning experiences focused on science, technology,
engineering, and mathematics, including computer science, which
include authentic schoolwide research.
Previously not included in NCLB.