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Study Shows Student-Teacher Conflicts Contribute to School Shootings

Robin Hattersley Gray · September 02, 2014
More than four in 10 offenders had experienced some sort of conflict with teachers or campus representatives before they carried out their attacks.
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CS Staff · September 30, 2014
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CS Staff · September 30, 2014
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CS Staff · September 29, 2014
Awards recognize the most noteworthy new products and technologies for 2014. Winners to be printed in the November/December 2014 issue.

CS Staff · September 29, 2014
The new law changes the definition of consent and requires higher education institutions to uphold the law as a condition of receiving state funds for student financial aid.

CS Staff · September 29, 2014
The schools says it can no longer afford to keep the class secure.

Chrissy Winske · September 29, 2014
911 dispatchers now have the ability to access camera feeds directly from the school in the event of an emergency.

CS Staff · September 28, 2014
Complaints were made anonymously through the Coastal Carolina University website and an investigation is pending.

CS Staff · September 26, 2014
Siemens has recalled as many as 9,000 audible fire alarms that may possibly fail to sound during a fire.

CS Staff · September 26, 2014
The grants will pay for security improvements and equipment like video monitoring systems, electronic access controls, classroom locks and more.

CS Staff · September 26, 2014
The university recently installed 100 cameras in public areas that provide a live feed to law enforcement.