Pandemic

Read: 55% of High Schoolers Were Emotionally Abused by an Adult During Lockdown

55% of High Schoolers Were Emotionally Abused by an Adult During Lockdown

The CDC’s Adolescent Behaviors and Experiences Survey defined emotional abuse as being sworn at, insulted, or put down.

Read: Study: Public Health Workers Faced Widespread Harassment During Pandemic

Study: Public Health Workers Faced Widespread Harassment During Pandemic

More than half of the public health departments that responded to the survey said their employees experienced harassment.

Read: Georgia Superintendents, SROs Meet with Governor to Share Safety Concerns

Georgia Superintendents, SROs Meet with Governor to Share Safety Concerns

School leaders shared stories of their districts’ struggles with student violence and mental health concerns.

Read: How RTLS Mobile Duress Technology Protects Healthcare Workers

How RTLS Mobile Duress Technology Protects Healthcare Workers

Real-time location systems (RTLS) provide cost-effective staff duress solutions that prevent violent threats from escalating to dangerous events.

Read: Spotlight on Higher Education Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Douglas Roberts

Spotlight on Higher Education Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Douglas Roberts

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: Omicron Surge Prompting Some School Districts to Bolster Mask Requirements

Omicron Surge Prompting Some School Districts to Bolster Mask Requirements

Students attending LAUSD campuses must now wear well-fitting, non-cloth masks with nose wires.

Read: Tapping CARES and ARPA Funding to Respond to COVID and Make Campuses More Secure

Tapping CARES and ARPA Funding to Respond to COVID and Make Campuses More Secure

Schools and universities have hundreds of thousands of dollars available to them, and CARES and ARPA funds need not be used until December 2024.

Read: Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Hospitals Have ‘Critical Staffing Shortages’

Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Hospitals Have ‘Critical Staffing Shortages’

The shortage is due to the massive surge of COVID-19 Omicron cases as well as patients seeking medical care for other non-COVID-related reasons.

Read: AMA Slams CDC’s New COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

AMA Slams CDC’s New COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance

AMA President Gerald E. Harmon, M.D. said that a negative COVID-19 test should be required for ending isolation after a person tests positive for the virus.

Read: Schools, Colleges React to COVID Surge with Online Classes, Revised Rules

Schools, Colleges React to COVID Surge with Online Classes, Revised Rules

In response to the huge spike in coronavirus cases, many campuses and districts are temporarily switching back to distance learning and mask mandates.

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