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Read: 3 Overlooked Elements of an Effective School Crisis Plan

3 Overlooked Elements of an Effective School Crisis Plan

Education backed by a safe environment is at the top of every school’s priority list. Here are three often-overlooked elements of effective crisis plans for today’s schools.

Read: Teacher Shortages by State and How Schools Are Trying to Fix the Problem

Teacher Shortages by State and How Schools Are Trying to Fix the Problem

Florida has the highest number of teacher vacancies while Utah has the lowest. Learn where your state falls and how officials are working to combat the teacher shortage.

Read: Survey Finds Campuses Using Their Emergency Notification Systems More

Survey Finds Campuses Using Their Emergency Notification Systems More

CS’ 2024 Emergency Notification Survey found that campuses have expanded the use of their alert technologies, are more satisfied with coverage and quality, and have greater appreciation for the importance of systems integration.

Read: Comments from 2024 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey Participants

Comments from 2024 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey Participants

Campus protection pros who took part in this year’s Emergency Notification Survey talk about the successes and challenges with their systems.

Read: College Faculty Burnout: The Statistics and Solutions

College Faculty Burnout: The Statistics and Solutions

More than 50% of college faculty and staff have considered quitting due to burnout, increased workload, and stress.

Read: Violence Against Hospital Security Officers Highlights Need for Retention Strategy Revisions

Violence Against Hospital Security Officers Highlights Need for Retention Strategy Revisions

Hospitals must regularly revisit their recruitment and retention strategies to best protect and keep their security employees.

Read: CDC to Healthcare Providers: Be on the Lookout for Measles

CDC to Healthcare Providers: Be on the Lookout for Measles

Nearly two dozen cases of measles were confirmed in the U.S. last month and the highly contagious disease is on the rise globally.

Read: 28% of College Admissions Officers Look at Applicants’ Social Media

28% of College Admissions Officers Look at Applicants’ Social Media

On the contrary, 33% of admissions officers consider it an “invasion of privacy,” according to a new survey from Kaplan.

Read: Students Are Missing More School, and School Nurses May Be Well-Positioned to Help

Students Are Missing More School, and School Nurses May Be Well-Positioned to Help

An MU study led by Knoo Lee examines the role school nurses play in identifying students at risk for chronic absenteeism.

Read: Request for Information on Sexual Violence at Educational Institutions

Request for Information on Sexual Violence at Educational Institutions

Feedback on how to prevent sexual violence is to be submitted via the Federal eRulemaking Portal by March 11.

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