In 2018, there were 82 school shooting incidents in the United States, the highest there have ever been since 1970. Now, read the rest of the K-12 school shooting statistics.
Researchers discuss the importance of bystander intervention training and why bystanders sometimes choose not to get involved.
New research shows that women who have been sexually assaulted or harassed are more likely to experience depression or hypertension later in life.
Investigators don’t always need forensic evidence to prove a sexual assault occurred.
Research shows that while fewer people are trying heroin for the first time, more people are using marijuana, especially pregnant women.
New research from Arizona State University shows how certain security measures on campus, such as security cameras, affect K-12 students’ perceptions of safety, support and equity.
A recent study shows that college students are feeling more stress and anxiety than ever, leading to suicidal thoughts or deciding to harm themselves.
Research shows depressed children are six times as likely to have setbacks in certain areas and parents and teachers are struggling to recognize it.
A significant portion of survey participants who experienced physical, verbal, social or cyber bullying when they were children have developed mental health issues as adults.
A survey of parents and K-12 students found that three out of four parents are willing to pay out of their own pockets for improved school safety and security.