Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: Study: Virginia Sees Increased School Bullying in Pro-Trump Areas

Study: Virginia Sees Increased School Bullying in Pro-Trump Areas

Researchers looked at areas in Virginia that predominately voted for President Trump and found there were higher rates of bullying in their schools.

Read: ACLU Arizona: Color Coded ID Badges Shame Students with Poor Grades

ACLU Arizona: Color Coded ID Badges Shame Students with Poor Grades

Upperclassmen at Mingus Union High School who have fallen behind academically have to wear the same color badges as lowerclassmen.

Read: 7 Stories from 2018 to Help Restore Your Faith in Humanity

7 Stories from 2018 to Help Restore Your Faith in Humanity

Here’s a round-up of our favorite feel-good stories from 2018 to ring in the New Year with a positive outlook on mankind.

Read: Bullying Statistics Every K-12 Teacher, Parent and Student Should Know

Bullying Statistics Every K-12 Teacher, Parent and Student Should Know

Learn all about important bullying statistics, the different types, and what you can do to address bullying both in school and at home.

Read: How Schools Can Cultivate Supportive Environments for LGBTQ Students

How Schools Can Cultivate Supportive Environments for LGBTQ Students

Studies have found that adopting these suggestions can make a campus more secure for LGBTQ students and improve their academic performance and mental health.

Read: 2 Catholic School Administrators Resign During Sexual Assault Investigation

2 Catholic School Administrators Resign During Sexual Assault Investigation

The men have been criticized in the past for how St. Michael’s handles sexual assault. The school is currently under investigation.

Read: $3.2M Awarded to Fired Hospital Worker in Discrimination Suit

$3.2M Awarded to Fired Hospital Worker in Discrimination Suit

A Muslim man claims he was harassed and fired from Loma Linda University Medical Center because of his religious affiliations.

Read: How this Colorado School District Plans to Beat Bullying

How this Colorado School District Plans to Beat Bullying

Poudre School District is seeking a state-funded grant of $400,000 each year for three years to combat its bullying problem.

Read: Research Shows Progress for LGBTQ Students Has Slowed

Research Shows Progress for LGBTQ Students Has Slowed

For the first time in a decade, school climates for LGBTQ students are getting worse which negatively impacts student’s mental health and their education.

Read: Think Creativity Doesn’t Apply to Campus Security? Think Again.

Think Creativity Doesn’t Apply to Campus Security? Think Again.

Campus security and creativity are not mutually exclusive. New ideas are needed to address today’s evolving challenges.

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