Research

Read: Researchers Forecast ‘Above Normal’ 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Researchers Forecast ‘Above Normal’ 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The probability of at least one major hurricane hitting the continental U.S. coastline this year is 69%.

Read: Mobile Device Theft on the Rise at Schools, Universities

Mobile Device Theft on the Rise at Schools, Universities

Common robbery at schools has increased by 10.51%, making schools and universities the second most frequent place mobile devices are stolen.

Read: Report: Cybersecurity Incidents at K-12 Schools Nearly Tripled in 2019

Report: Cybersecurity Incidents at K-12 Schools Nearly Tripled in 2019

For the first time since the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center began collecting data, schools have canceled classes or closed due to cybersecurity attacks.

Read: Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Universities are identifying innovative ways to reduce the stigma of getting help for mental health issues.

Read: Survey Finds 46% of Organizations Ill-Equipped to Safeguard IoT Devices

Survey Finds 46% of Organizations Ill-Equipped to Safeguard IoT Devices

The study found increasing risk around connected IoT, cryptography-related security incidents and more.

Read: Later School Start Times Linked to Decreased Teen Car Crashes

Later School Start Times Linked to Decreased Teen Car Crashes

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends middle schools and high schools start their classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m.

Read: Signs a Student May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health and How to Help

Signs a Student May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health and How to Help

A new whitepaper from Mental Health America and Impero discusses the effects of stress and loneliness on students and how school staff and parents can help.

Read: Report: “Boogaloo” Extremist Movement Spreading Through Social Media Memes

Report: “Boogaloo” Extremist Movement Spreading Through Social Media Memes

The “boogaloo” movement, which advocates for a violent uprising against the government, has made its way into mainstream social media.

Read: 1 In 3 U.S. Cybersecurity Jobs Are Vacant

1 In 3 U.S. Cybersecurity Jobs Are Vacant

The U.S. is short about 500,000 cybersecurity professionals. Experts and Congress say industry, educators and the government should work together to address the shortage.

Read: Everytown for Gun Safety, Teachers Unions Urge Schools to Reassess Lockdown Drills

Everytown for Gun Safety, Teachers Unions Urge Schools to Reassess Lockdown Drills

Although 95% of American public schools regularly conduct some sort of active shooter drill, the groups recommend students not be involved.

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