Racism

Read: Providence College Public Safety Officer Claims History of Racism in Department

Providence College Public Safety Officer Claims History of Racism in Department

The third-highest ranking officer said racial harassment by his superiors and colleagues escalated after his promotion from sergeant to lieutenant in 2017.

Read: Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Schools can improve their suicide prevention efforts by adopting the SOAR (Self-Awareness, Outreach, Adaptation, and Repair) framework.

Read: Security Officer Threatened Mass Shooting at Jewish School Where He Worked

Security Officer Threatened Mass Shooting at Jewish School Where He Worked

The former security officer threatened to shoot students on the school playground, as well as their parents.

Read: VP Kamala Harris Announces Grants to Help HBCUs with Bomb Threats

VP Kamala Harris Announces Grants to Help HBCUs with Bomb Threats

The Project School Emergency Response to Violence (SERV) program will provide short-term grants for added security and mental health professionals.

Read: 6 Juveniles Identified as Suspects in Spate of HBCU Bomb Threats

6 Juveniles Identified as Suspects in Spate of HBCU Bomb Threats

HBCUs across the nation started receiving bomb threats at the beginning of the year, but the number of threats increased in February.

Read: Colleges Ramp Up Security Amid Increased Crime, Threats

Colleges Ramp Up Security Amid Increased Crime, Threats

At one Philadelphia college, a small group of parents hired private security to patrol the campus.

Read: DHS Warns Colleges and Universities of Mass Casualty Attack Threats

DHS Warns Colleges and Universities of Mass Casualty Attack Threats

The department warns that threats directed at HBCUs and other colleges and universities could inspire extremists to mobilize to violence.

Read: North Penn School District Teacher Threatened Over ‘Privilege Walk’ Exercise

North Penn School District Teacher Threatened Over ‘Privilege Walk’ Exercise

The threatening voicemail left on a school phone is part of an ongoing debate over the district’s teaching of race-related issues.

Read: Utah State Settles with Family of Student Who Died by Suicide

Utah State Settles with Family of Student Who Died by Suicide

The lawsuit alleges the international graduate student was harassed by a classmate who told her dark skin was “a sign of inferiority.”

Read: NEA Study: 55 Percent of Teachers Want to Leave Their Profession Early

NEA Study: 55 Percent of Teachers Want to Leave Their Profession Early

NEA has found that massive staff shortages in public schools are leading to educator burnout, with more than half planning to stop teaching.

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