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Read: 34% of Public High Schools Had Gun-Related Lockdown Last Year

34% of Public High Schools Had Gun-Related Lockdown Last Year

The Pew Research Center asked K-12 public school teachers about their experiences with lockdowns and fears surrounding school gun violence.

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Read: Assaults on Nurses Increased 5% in 2023

Assaults on Nurses Increased 5% in 2023

Nurses’ perceptions of their organization caring about their safety improved significantly, up +0.03 to 4.15 out of five.

Read: Students Using TikTok to Self-Diagnose Mental Health Issues

Students Using TikTok to Self-Diagnose Mental Health Issues

One school counselor says she has heard students as young as third grade say they have anxiety or depression.

Read: Anti-Muslim Bias Incidents Reached All-time High in 2023

Anti-Muslim Bias Incidents Reached All-time High in 2023

The Council on American Islamic Relations says it received 56% more reports of anti-Muslim bias last year than in 2022.

Read: 804 People Have Been Killed by Guns at U.S. Schools

804 People Have Been Killed by Guns at U.S. Schools

Most school gun violence is the result of escalated disputes and occurs in parking lots during morning classes, according to one study.

Read: 70% of School Shooters Perpetuated Violence Against Women, Lehigh Study Finds

70% of School Shooters Perpetuated Violence Against Women, Lehigh Study Finds

The Lehigh University study analyzed the profiles of 59 boys and men who carried out school shootings between 1966 and 2018.

Read: New Study Shows Nurses Experiencing Increased Rates of Workplace Violence

New Study Shows Nurses Experiencing Increased Rates of Workplace Violence

More than eight in 10 nurses have experienced at least one type of workplace violence within the past year.

Read: School Hate Crimes Tripled in States with Anti-LGBTQ+ Laws

School Hate Crimes Tripled in States with Anti-LGBTQ+ Laws

In states that have enacted restrictive laws, there were more than four times the number of reported LGBTQ+ hate crimes at K-12 schools.

Read: College Mental Health: 59% of Students Have Anxiety, 43% Are Depressed

College Mental Health: 59% of Students Have Anxiety, 43% Are Depressed

More than 60% of college students are also struggling with classroom engagement and retention, and students who take all online classes are more likely to be depressed.

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