Student Safety

Read: Michigan State Investigates Alleged Hate Crime in Library

Michigan State Investigates Alleged Hate Crime in Library

Seven suspects allegedly followed two MSU students into the library and made comments about their sexual orientation before an altercation ensued.

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: USC Cancels Valedictorian’s Speech, Cites Safety Concerns Over Pro-Palestinian Views

USC Cancels Valedictorian’s Speech, Cites Safety Concerns Over Pro-Palestinian Views

USC Provost Andrew T. Guzman said threats against valedictorian Asna Tabassum, a Muslim-American student, have reached an “alarming tenor.”

Read: How Wearable Technology Keeps Hospitals and Schools Safer

How Wearable Technology Keeps Hospitals and Schools Safer

With the increasing violence against frontline workers, many schools and healthcare facilities are turning to wearable technology solutions.

Read: Student Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management for K-12 Schools

Student Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management for K-12 Schools

With an influx in school violence and as student mental health concerns persist, two experts discuss leading practices and solutions for addressing behavioral threats.

Read: How to Apply for the Clery Center’s 2024 Campus Safety Impact Award

How to Apply for the Clery Center’s 2024 Campus Safety Impact Award

The Clery Center’s Campus Safety Impact Award highlights a program or initiative that demonstrates innovation, collaboration, and equity in enhancing campus safety.

Read: DTI: Revolutionizing School Safety with 3D Modeling Technology

DTI: Revolutionizing School Safety with 3D Modeling Technology

DTI specializes in creating highly detailed, immersive 3D models of the interiors of schools, aiding first responders and school administrators in emergency planning and response.

Read: 34% of Public High School Teachers Say Their School Had Gun-Related Lockdown Last Year

34% of Public High School Teachers Say Their School 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.

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: How Colleges Can Help Students with Autism Navigate Social Relationships

How Colleges Can Help Students with Autism Navigate Social Relationships

If a student with autism exhibits stalking behaviors, how can college leaders protect all involved parties? An advocate shares his advice.

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