K-12

Read: School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections

School Security Referendums Have Mixed Success in Mid-term Elections

Here are the school security referendums that either passed or did not pass during this year’s mid-term elections.

Read: Starting a School District Police Department from Scratch

Starting a School District Police Department from Scratch

Mark Clark has been named CS K-12 Director of the Year for his efforts in building Val Verde USD’s Police Department from the ground up.

Read: Wisconsin School Safety Grant Funds Implement PublicSchoolWORKS

Wisconsin School Safety Grant Funds Implement PublicSchoolWORKS

The school safety program will provide employees with safety training, data recording, and the ability to deliver safety information district-wide.

Read: Gilbert Christian Schools Improves Access Control & Security Operations

Gilbert Christian Schools Improves Access Control & Security Operations

A single platform is managing all of the security functions for this private school district, resulting in improved protection and greater convenience.

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: The K-12 School Shooting Statistics Everyone Should Know

The K-12 School Shooting Statistics Everyone Should Know

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.

Read: Deputy Fired For Falling Asleep on Patrol at Stoneman Douglas

Deputy Fired For Falling Asleep on Patrol at Stoneman Douglas

Deputy Carotti was found asleep in his patrol car while on duty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, just one month after the shooting.

Read: Avoid Sports Injuries This School Year With These Tips

Avoid Sports Injuries This School Year With These Tips

The AAOS has shared their expert advice on how children can reduce their risk of injury when playing sports after school this fall.

Read: California Passes Bill to Start School Later

California Passes Bill to Start School Later

A bill has been passed to start K-12 classes at 8:30 a.m. in California due to overly-tired students and the problems that result.

Read: Study: Depressed Children are More Likely to Have Skill Deficits

Study: Depressed Children are More Likely to Have Skill Deficits

Research shows depressed children are six times as likely to have setbacks in certain areas and parents and teachers are struggling to recognize it.

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