An after-action report from the May shooting at Rigby Middle School provides helpful insight into ways schools can prevent and respond to shootings.
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.
Albemarle County Public Schools will continue to work with local police on matters such as threat assessments and emergency planning.
A third grader notifies the principal that her teacher collapsed and is unresponsive. What should the next steps be?
Protesters called for the reallocation of funds used for police services to student care services like counselors and social workers.
An unpleasant smell triggers a student’s asthma and causes a teacher’s eyes to water and nose to burn. What would you do?
CS is launching a multi-part scenario-based training series for K-12 campuses. Test your school’s emergency response skills with these real-life incidents.
The new Title IX rules on sexual misconduct will become the law of the land August 14. School districts need to make significant changes now.
A lawsuit filed after three students were sodomized by their teammates claims school leaders knew of the “culture of violence” within the football program.
Don’t wait for a tragedy to happen on your campus before addressing your internal and external relationship issues.