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Read: Foster Care System Sees Alarming Increase in Children of Addicts

Foster Care System Sees Alarming Increase in Children of Addicts

In the state of Ohio, it is estimated that approximately 50 percent of children currently in foster care have one or both parents who are addicts.

Read: UConn Study Ranks U.S. States by High School Sports Safety Policies

UConn Study Ranks U.S. States by High School Sports Safety Policies

Each state received points if their high school sports safety policies were mandated; states received no points if policies were simply recommended.

Read: Study: Students, Staff Underprepared to Respond to Mental Illness in College Students

Study: Students, Staff Underprepared to Respond to Mental Illness in College Students

College students, faculty and staff members acknowledged they play a role in supporting students with mental health, but are schools empowering them enough?

Read: The Facts Behind 8 Rape and Sexual Assault Myths

The Facts Behind 8 Rape and Sexual Assault Myths

Here’s how campus police and administrators should respond to eight common myths and misconceptions about college rape and sexual assault.

Read: NYC School Crime Numbers Challenged by Pro-Charter Group

NYC School Crime Numbers Challenged by Pro-Charter Group

The Department of Education and the NYPD reported that the 2016-2017 school year was the safest year for NYC public schools in nearly two decades.

Read: Man Sentenced in 2014 Threat to Shoot Up Calif. High School

Man Sentenced in 2014 Threat to Shoot Up Calif. High School

The now 20-year-old Florida man has no known ties to the area and used the identity of a local student to make threats on social media.

Read: Study: Violence, Bullying Down in U.S. Public Schools

Study: Violence, Bullying Down in U.S. Public Schools

The study also found that both violent occurrences and bullying happen more often in middle schools than in high schools or elementary schools.

Read: Survey: 95 Percent of Hospital CIOs Concerned with Data Breaches

Survey: 95 Percent of Hospital CIOs Concerned with Data Breaches

The survey was administered to over 100 hospital CIOs who are members of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

Read: Emergency Alert Systems And Practices are Evolving

Emergency Alert Systems And Practices are Evolving

Emergency Notification Systems … Find Out What Your Buyers Want

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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