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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.

Read: School Mask Mandate Lawsuits Are Piling Up

School Mask Mandate Lawsuits Are Piling Up

Does your school district or state have a mask mandate in place for students and staff? Odds are, they’re being sued.

Read: Florida Appeals Court Temporarily OKs Ban on School Mask Mandates

Florida Appeals Court Temporarily OKs Ban on School Mask Mandates

The judge previously deemed local school districts’ mask mandates are limited and reasonable, and are exempted under the state’s “Parents’ Bill of Rights” law.

Read: Attacks on Texas Hospital Employees on the Rise During Latest COVID Surge

Attacks on Texas Hospital Employees on the Rise During Latest COVID Surge

Long wait times sometimes prompt the attacks. Nearly 88% of hospital beds in Texas are in use, with more than 21% occupied by COVID-19 patients.

Read: Parents Voice Preferences Regarding Vaccines and Masks for Children

Parents Voice Preferences Regarding Vaccines and Masks for Children

About twice as many parents whose child’s school encouraged vaccination report that their child is vaccinated compared to those whose schools did not.

Read: School Board Members Threatened Over Masks and Vaccines

School Board Members Threatened Over Masks and Vaccines

Parents and community members are creating hostile environments at school board meetings. Some board members are questioning their safety and thinking of quitting.

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