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Read: 2 Possible School Shootings Averted, Teens Arrested

2 Possible School Shootings Averted, Teens Arrested

Potential school shootings in Penn., and Calif., were averted when police caught wind of students’ threats and arrested them.

Read: Broward County Schools to Install New Smart Cameras

Broward County Schools to Install New Smart Cameras

The district has approved the installation of new surveillance systems that includes 116 high-def smart cameras to recognize visitors.

Read: LAUSD Strike Postponed, Negotiations Continue

LAUSD Strike Postponed, Negotiations Continue

Over 30,000 teachers in the nation’s second-largest school district are willing to walk out of their classrooms until demands are met.

Read: 20 Children Attacked by Maintenance Worker with Hammer

20 Children Attacked by Maintenance Worker with Hammer

The suspect injured 20 young students with a hammer inside the Beijing elementary school and was apprehended at the scene.

Read: Calif. Court Allows USC Student Accused of Rape to Question Witnesses

Calif. Court Allows USC Student Accused of Rape to Question Witnesses

The ruling comes during the debate of how schools handle sexual assault allegations and heightened standards for proving accusations.

Read: School Lockdowns Could Have Psychological Effects on Children

School Lockdowns Could Have Psychological Effects on Children

An analysis from the Washington Post found that more than four million children in the U.S. endured school lockdowns last school year.

Read: UMW Could Have Better Protected Students from Harassment, Judges Rule

UMW Could Have Better Protected Students from Harassment, Judges Rule

The student-run group Feminist United sued the university for allowing threatening, sexist comments to be made on social media.

Read: 40 Univ. of Maryland Students Test Positive for Adenovirus

40 Univ. of Maryland Students Test Positive for Adenovirus

A freshman UMD student died from the illness back in November.

Read: San Diego USD Hacked, 10 Years’ Worth of Data Stolen

San Diego USD Hacked, 10 Years’ Worth of Data Stolen

Officials say that a hacker gained access to the personal information of over 500,000 San Diego Unified students and staff.

Read: Racist Internet Troll Ordered to Complete Anti-Hate Training in Settlement

Racist Internet Troll Ordered to Complete Anti-Hate Training in Settlement

The internet troll must complete 200 hours of training as well as publicly apologize and renounce white supremacy as part of the settlement.

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