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Read: Minnesota Approves Distribution of ‘Transgender Toolkit’ to Teachers

Minnesota Approves Distribution of ‘Transgender Toolkit’ to Teachers

The toolkit is intended to be a resource for teachers and administrators to address the needs of transgender or gender-noncomforming students.

Read: Women Stabs 2 with Kitchen Knife at Comic-Con Housing Facility

Women Stabs 2 with Kitchen Knife at Comic-Con Housing Facility

150 private security guards working for Comic-Con were being housed in a local high school gymnasium when the stabbing occurred.

Read: 4 School Bus Drivers Face Harsher Penalties for Using Electronic Devices

4 School Bus Drivers Face Harsher Penalties for Using Electronic Devices

A new Tennessee law which was passed following a deadly 2014 accident has drastically increased school bus driver penalties for using an electronic device.

Read: UC Berkeley to Host Republican Speaker Ben Shapiro

UC Berkeley to Host Republican Speaker Ben Shapiro

Facing a lawsuit, UC Berkeley officials say they are committed to free speech.

Read: N.Y. College Security Director Resigns Following Victim Blaming Remarks

N.Y. College Security Director Resigns Following Victim Blaming Remarks

The audio tapes were from an August 2016 meeting with top school officials to discuss attempted sexual assaults on the campus.

Read: 4 Things to Consider When Installing Surge Protectors on Your Campus

4 Things to Consider When Installing Surge Protectors on Your Campus

Surge protectors need to be strong enough to handle regular surges and spikes and must be placed in accordance with code and best practices.

Read: Wash. Student Leaders Push to Ban Athletes Convicted of Sex Crimes

Wash. Student Leaders Push to Ban Athletes Convicted of Sex Crimes

Wash. State University student leaders are urging the school to adopt a policy that would ban the recruitment of student athletes convicted of sex crimes.

Read: NWS Makes Texas High School The First ‘Storm Ready’ Campus in State

NWS Makes Texas High School The First ‘Storm Ready’ Campus in State

The National Weather Service recognized the school’s tornado preparedness improvements in June.

Read: ‘Devil’s Ivy’ Vulnerability Could Affect Millions of IoT Devices

‘Devil’s Ivy’ Vulnerability Could Affect Millions of IoT Devices

The so-called ‘Devil’s Ivy’ exploit was found while researching IP-based video surveillance cameras.

Read: Rise in Childhood Poverty Follows Recession, Impacting Education

Rise in Childhood Poverty Follows Recession, Impacting Education

A recent study suggests that non-Hispanic white children have had the largest change in terms of living in high-poverty neighborhoods.

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