Mental Health

Read: Oxford High School Shooter Pleads Guilty to All Charges

Oxford High School Shooter Pleads Guilty to All Charges

Charges include one count of terrorism, four counts of first-degree murder, seven counts of assault with intent to murder, and 12 counts of possession of a firearm.

Read: Looking Beneath the Surface: Real Talk About Race, Schools, and Safety

Looking Beneath the Surface: Real Talk About Race, Schools, and Safety

In this webinar, attendees will learn about the disconnect between educational settings and students of color when it comes to practicing and maintaining school safety.

Read: Gov. Justice and WVDHS Announce West Virginia School Safety Initiative

Gov. Justice and WVDHS Announce West Virginia School Safety Initiative

The WV School Safety Initiative was developed to assist in the creation and implementation of uniform crisis prevention and response protocols in the state.

Read: Opinion: Are Campus Police Impeding or Improving School Safety’s Progress?

Opinion: Are Campus Police Impeding or Improving School Safety’s Progress?

Relying solely on police to address school safety challenges is best explained by the old adage: “When you are a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”

Read: Mental Health in America: Test Your Awareness with This Quiz

Mental Health in America: Test Your Awareness with This Quiz

Recent studies have shown a significant increase in Americans reporting mental health disorders. See how “in the know” you are with this general knowledge quiz.

Read: Oregon Schools to Receive $3.3M in Federal Grants for School Safety

Oregon Schools to Receive $3.3M in Federal Grants for School Safety

Oregon is also eligible for over $8.2 million in federal funds from the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act.

Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Racial Harassment Investigation of Peoria USD in Arizona

U.S. Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Racial Harassment Investigation of Peoria USD in Arizona

OCR found that although administrators and teachers at the school were aware of widespread harassment, the district repeatedly responded ineffectively, or not at all, to reported harassment.

Read: 10.5 Million Children Lost a Parent or Caregiver to COVID, Study Finds

10.5 Million Children Lost a Parent or Caregiver to COVID, Study Finds

The new study, co-authored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also found 7,500,000 children were orphaned due to COVID.

Read: 3 Ways Colleges Can Encourage Students to Use Available Mental Health Resources

3 Ways Colleges Can Encourage Students to Use Available Mental Health Resources

Giving college students the proper tools to effectively manage stressors is crucial for mitigating potential emergency situations.

Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed Awards Project SERV Grants to Tougaloo College and Fayetteville State University

U.S. Dept. of Ed Awards Project SERV Grants to Tougaloo College and Fayetteville State University

The HBCUs, which recently were targeted with bomb threats, will use the grants to support student trauma recovery and increase campus security.

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