School Shooting

Read: 3 Shot at California High School Graduation

3 Shot at California High School Graduation

The shooting at the graduation apparently stemmed from an argument in the campus parking lot.

Read: Uvalde 2 Years Later: Remembering the Victims and Heroes of the Robb Elementary School Tragedy

Uvalde 2 Years Later: Remembering the Victims and Heroes of the Robb Elementary School Tragedy

Two years ago, 21 people were killed at Robb Elementary. Here’s what their friends and family wanted everyone to know about them.

Read: UPDATE: Wisconsin Student Killed by Police Was Armed with Pellet Gun

UPDATE: Wisconsin Student Killed by Police Was Armed with Pellet Gun

Green Bay Area Public Schools leaders sent a letter warning district families of the dangers of using toy guns

Read: The Crumbley Convictions: Who Should Be Held Responsible for School Shootings?

The Crumbley Convictions: Who Should Be Held Responsible for School Shootings?

While we may be comforted by the pursuit and conviction of people based on vicarious liability, we may also be creating an injustice, one school safety expert warns.

Read: With School Security Upgrades, Avoid Knee-Jerk Reactions

With School Security Upgrades, Avoid Knee-Jerk Reactions

The following practices will help your district take a careful and intentional approach to implementing school security upgrades.

Read: Richneck School Shooting Report: 6-Year-Old’s Gun Jammed, Admin Ignored Classmates’ Warnings

Richneck School Shooting Report: 6-Year-Old’s Gun Jammed, Admin Ignored Classmates’ Warnings

A student told a teacher that the boy had a gun and had shown him the bullets but the assistant principal did not have the student searched.

Read: Ex-Richneck Assistant Principal Charged with Child Neglect After 6-Year-Old Shot Teacher

Ex-Richneck Assistant Principal Charged with Child Neglect After 6-Year-Old Shot Teacher

Ebony Parker is accused of ignoring at least three teachers’ warnings that the student might be carrying a gun.

Read: New York City Rolls Out New Metal Detectors in Schools

New York City Rolls Out New Metal Detectors in Schools

CEIA’s Opengate metal detectors will be deployed in more than 80 schools in the city.

Read: ‘Run Hide Fight’ and Responding to Active Shooters: What Does ‘Fight’ Mean at a School?

‘Run Hide Fight’ and Responding to Active Shooters: What Does ‘Fight’ Mean at a School?

The “fight” option in school active shooter response is problematic because the responsible person usually has a room full of students, some of whom might be very young.

Read: 12-Year-Old Finnish Student Fatally Shoots 1 Classmate, Injures 2 Others

12-Year-Old Finnish Student Fatally Shoots 1 Classmate, Injures 2 Others

Immediately after the school shooting, the suspect fled on foot but was later apprehended by police.

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