School Safety

Read: Survey Finds COVID-19, Student Mental Health Are Top School, Higher Ed Safety Concerns

Survey Finds COVID-19, Student Mental Health Are Top School, Higher Ed Safety Concerns

A new survey highlights the most pressing safety concerns and crisis communication challenges for the start of the 2021-2022 academic year.

Read: Domestic Dispute Leads to Fatal Shooting of Woman in Middle School Parking Lot

Domestic Dispute Leads to Fatal Shooting of Woman in Middle School Parking Lot

The shooter took his own life, and a friend of the woman was also found shot to death in her home.

Read: Broward Schools Superintendent Offers to Resign

Broward Schools Superintendent Offers to Resign

The superintedent was charged with lying to a grand jury last week.

Read: Law Banning Transition Care of Transgender Children Has Families Leaving Arkansas

Law Banning Transition Care of Transgender Children Has Families Leaving Arkansas

With the GOP bill set to become law this summer, Arkansas families plan to move to other states.

Read: How Campus Cops Can Become Allies of the LGBTQ+ Community

How Campus Cops Can Become Allies of the LGBTQ+ Community

The Washington University in St. Louis Police Department has embraced Safe Zone training to better support LGBTQ+ students, staff, administrators and faculty.

Read: Assistant Principal Tackles Middle School Shooter, Saves Lives

Assistant Principal Tackles Middle School Shooter, Saves Lives

An unidentified sixth grader allegedly fired multiple shots into his middle school’s ceiling. The suspect’s father says it was a “cry for help.”

Read: Amarillo ISD Board Approves New Campus Police Department

Amarillo ISD Board Approves New Campus Police Department

After weighing the pros and cons, Amarillo ISD Board of Trustees is pressing forward with the establishment of its own law enforcement agency.

Read: A Fresh Approach to Leadership Training

A Fresh Approach to Leadership Training

This novel use of popular movies to teach leadership skills has proven successful.

Read: Officer Who Fatally Shot Black Student in School Bathroom Won’t Face Charges

Officer Who Fatally Shot Black Student in School Bathroom Won’t Face Charges

Officer body-worn camera video of the school bathroom shooting has been released by the Knox County district attorney.

Read: 10 Reasons Why School Administrators Should Consider These Tech Tools for Emergency Preparedness

10 Reasons Why School Administrators Should Consider These Tech Tools for Emergency Preparedness

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