Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

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: 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.

Read: Florida DOE Refunds Money Withheld from Schools for Mask Mandates

Florida DOE Refunds Money Withheld from Schools for Mask Mandates

Funding was withheld from eight school districts that required masks and was returned once they dropped the mandate.

Read: Rise in COVID Cases Prompt Colleges to Switch to Virtual Classes

Rise in COVID Cases Prompt Colleges to Switch to Virtual Classes

Non-academic events and other in-person activities are also being cancelled due to the recent spike in COVID cases on campuses.

Read: Preparing for the Next Pandemic: 11 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 by Universities

Preparing for the Next Pandemic: 11 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 by Universities

With us now hopefully being near the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to review, remember and apply what we’ve learned over the past 20 months.

Read: National Education Association Asks Tech Companies to ‘Put Public Safety Over Profits’

National Education Association Asks Tech Companies to ‘Put Public Safety Over Profits’

The letter was sent to Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and Twitter regarding the rising tide of violence against educators.

Read: DOJ Vows to Address Violent Threats Against School Board Members, Officials and Teachers

DOJ Vows to Address Violent Threats Against School Board Members, Officials and Teachers

DOJ’s efforts will most likely include the creation of a task force to determine how federal enforcement tools can be used to prosecute these crimes, and ways to assist state, Tribal, territorial and local law enforcement where threats of violence may not constitute federal crimes.”

Read: National School Board Association Requests Biden Administration’s Help to Stop Threats Against Schools

National School Board Association Requests Biden Administration’s Help to Stop Threats Against Schools

In a letter, NSBA cites more than 20 incidents involving threats, harassment, disruption and acts of intimidation that have happened at school board meetings that targeted school officials.

Read: CDC: More COVID-19 Cases in Areas Without School Mandatory Masking Policies

CDC: More COVID-19 Cases in Areas Without School Mandatory Masking Policies

Three studies released by the CDC show schools that don’t require masks are more likely to have COVID-19 outbreaks.

Read: Top 10 Stories from September: School Shootings, Mandates and Hospital Violence

Top 10 Stories from September: School Shootings, Mandates and Hospital Violence

Here’s a roundup of the 10 most popular Campus Safety stories for the month of September.

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