Discrimination

Read: Texas Governor Orders Gender-Affirming Care of Transgender Youth to Be Reported as ‘Child Abuse’

Texas Governor Orders Gender-Affirming Care of Transgender Youth to Be Reported as ‘Child Abuse’

The order goes against recommendations by major medical groups that say gender-affirming care of transgender minors is medically necessary and sometimes even life-saving.

Read: GAO Releases Report on Increase in Student Bullying, Hate Crimes and Violence

GAO Releases Report on Increase in Student Bullying, Hate Crimes and Violence

The in-depth report breaks down the increase in hostile behaviors among students and how schools and the Education Department are addressing it.

Read: How to Establish Yourself and Find Allies as a K-12 Title IX Coordinator

How to Establish Yourself and Find Allies as a K-12 Title IX Coordinator

Forging relationships with civil rights groups, union leaders, SROs and the PTO, just to name a few, can help create a place for Title IX in your district.

Read: Keene State to Hire Title IX Expert After Claims of Excessive Force, Biases During Student Arrests

Keene State to Hire Title IX Expert After Claims of Excessive Force, Biases During Student Arrests

The students claim arresting officers used excessive force and that a resident director refused to let one of them, who is non-binary, use the women’s bathroom.

Read: Top 10 Stories from January 2021: Presidential Election and COVID Vaccine Mandates

Top 10 Stories from January 2021: Presidential Election and COVID Vaccine Mandates

Between the coronavirus vaccine rollout and the inauguration of a new president, January was a busy month for many, including campus safety professionals.

Read: Biden Executive Order Prevents Discrimination Based on Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

Biden Executive Order Prevents Discrimination Based on Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

Experts say the executive order is likely to lead to significant changes in Title IX regulations for institutions of higher education.

Read: How VCU Police Decreased Use-of-Force Incidents by 84%

How VCU Police Decreased Use-of-Force Incidents by 84%

After reviewing cases from the 2019-2020 academic year, VCU police found the department had its lowest use-of-force rate in 10 years.

Read: Minneapolis Schools Hiring Security Guards After Ending Police Contract

Minneapolis Schools Hiring Security Guards After Ending Police Contract

Teachers and families held a protest in response to Minneapolis Schools posting 11 job openings for public safety support specialists.

Read: UT-Austin Unfairly Denied Admission to White Students, Lawsuit Claims

UT-Austin Unfairly Denied Admission to White Students, Lawsuit Claims

This is the third lawsuit that nonprofit group Students for Fair Admissions has filed against UT-Austin; it also filed a similar lawsuit against Harvard.

Read: UPDATE: Uprisings Prompt Schools to Reconsider Ties with Police

UPDATE: Uprisings Prompt Schools to Reconsider Ties with Police

The Minneapolis school board has terminated its contract with Minneapolis PD, and other K-12 districts may follow suit.

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