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Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed. Announces Initiative to Support Children with Disabilities

U.S. Dept. of Ed. Announces Initiative to Support Children with Disabilities

The department announced its initiative to address the inappropriate use of restraint and seclusion to protect children with disabilities.

Read: 6 Tragedies That Spurred Harsher Anti-Hazing Laws

6 Tragedies That Spurred Harsher Anti-Hazing Laws

Most recent is Tim’s Law, signed in October, which was inspired by the tragic hazing death of Penn State pledge Timothy Piazza.

Read: Johnson Controls Announces LEAN Energy Analysis Tool Partnership

Johnson Controls Announces LEAN Energy Analysis Tool Partnership

Johnson Controls is partnering with CBRE, WRI and Berkeley Lab to deploy its web-based analysis tool for identifying building retrofit opportunities.

Read: AASA Renews Partnership with CrisisGo for Improved School Safety

AASA Renews Partnership with CrisisGo for Improved School Safety

AASA and CrisisGo offer Safe Classroom, a free school safety app that instantly sends an audible alert to each classroom and stakeholder.

Read: MSU Interim President Resigns After Remarks About Nassar Victims

MSU Interim President Resigns After Remarks About Nassar Victims

Interim President John Engler made comments about the victims of Larry Nassar, saying they are “enjoying their time in the spotlight.”

Read: Muslim Family Claims Discrimination at Virginia Hospital, Staff Calls Them ‘Scary’

Muslim Family Claims Discrimination at Virginia Hospital, Staff Calls Them ‘Scary’

While at the hospital celebrating the birth of a newborn baby, hospital staff allegedly threatened to kick the family out.

Read: GAO Report: Gov’t Must Do More to Combat Hunger on College Campuses

GAO Report: Gov’t Must Do More to Combat Hunger on College Campuses

A new report from the GAO found in 2016, two million college students who qualified for food assistance did not receive the benefits.

Read: Penn State Releases First Hazing Report Required Under Tim’s Law

Penn State Releases First Hazing Report Required Under Tim’s Law

Of the 31 hazing incidents that occurred on Penn State’s 20 campuses from 2013 to 2018, only three did not involve Greek organizations.

Read: Study: Marijuana Can Affect Teen Brains, No Matter the Amount

Study: Marijuana Can Affect Teen Brains, No Matter the Amount

The study shows evidence of structural brain and cognitive effects with just one or two instances of cannabis use in adolescence.

Read: Hacker Gets 10 Years for DDoS Attack on Children’s Hospitals

Hacker Gets 10 Years for DDoS Attack on Children’s Hospitals

Martin Gottesfeld hacked into the Boston Children’s Hospital IT system in protest of the treatment of a patient, Justina Pelletier.

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