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Research

Read: Bullying Statistics Every K-12 Teacher, Parent and Student Should Know

Bullying Statistics Every K-12 Teacher, Parent and Student Should Know

Learn all about important bullying statistics, the different types, and what you can do to address bullying both in school and at home.

Read: IACLEA Announces Global Center for Campus Public Safety

IACLEA Announces Global Center for Campus Public Safety

The center, which will open in 2019, will prepare research for global public safety practices and trends.

Read: 10 Major U.S. Cities with the Best and Worst Police Response Times

10 Major U.S. Cities with the Best and Worst Police Response Times

A new report reveals which major cities have the best and worst police response times, as well as police response times based on the type of crime.

Read: Meth Hospitalizations Increased 245% in 7 Years, New Study Finds

Meth Hospitalizations Increased 245% in 7 Years, New Study Finds

Researchers say the resurgence of the drug’s popularity has been overshadowed by the country’s focus on the opioid epidemic.

Read: More Kids Seeking Help for Mental Health at ERs, Research Shows

More Kids Seeking Help for Mental Health at ERs, Research Shows

More than 293,000 children have been diagnosed for some type of mental illness in a pediatric emergency room from 2012 to 2016.

Read: Expect to See More Police Body Cams, IHS Markit Says

Expect to See More Police Body Cams, IHS Markit Says

As more police officers use body cameras, the demand for sophisticated digital evidence management software becomes more essential.

Read: Research Shows Progress for LGBTQ Students Has Slowed

Research Shows Progress for LGBTQ Students Has Slowed

For the first time in a decade, school climates for LGBTQ students are getting worse which negatively impacts student’s mental health and their education.

Read: People are Trying Less Heroin but Using More Marijuana

People are Trying Less Heroin but Using More Marijuana

Research shows that while fewer people are trying heroin for the first time, more people are using marijuana, especially pregnant women.

Read: Study: Interior Security Cameras on Campus Make Students Feel Less Safe

Study: Interior Security Cameras on Campus Make Students Feel Less Safe

New research from Arizona State University shows how certain security measures on campus, such as security cameras, affect K-12 students’ perceptions of safety, support and equity.

Read: California Passes Bill to Start School Later

California Passes Bill to Start School Later

A bill has been passed to start K-12 classes at 8:30 a.m. in California due to overly-tired students and the problems that result.

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