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Read: How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

Recent data from the Indicators of School Crime and Safety found a 315% increase in K-12 public schools that have security cameras.

Read: 216 Harris County Students Charged in 3 Months Following Parkland

216 Harris County Students Charged in 3 Months Following Parkland

A Texas prosecutor says his office has since reevaluated how it handles student threats after 90% of the cases involved first time offenders.

Read: Robocalls Are Inundating Hospitals, Putting Patients at Risk

Robocalls Are Inundating Hospitals, Putting Patients at Risk

In April 2018, Tufts Medical Center in Boston received 4,500 robocalls in just two hours, severely disrupting critical hospital communications.

Read: Johns Hopkins is Creating a Center to Study School Safety and Health

Johns Hopkins is Creating a Center to Study School Safety and Health

The Center for Safe and Healthy Schools will focus on health and wellness, schools and community engagement and school security and technology.

Read: Video Surveillance Special Report

Video Surveillance Special Report

This exclusive video surveillance study covers system quality, coverage and maintenance, as well as the policies and procedures supporting this technology.

Read: GAO Report: Gov’t Must Do More to Combat Hunger on College Campuses

GAO Report: Gov’t Must Do More to Combat Hunger on College Campuses

A new report from the GAO found in 2016, two million college students who qualified for food assistance did not receive the benefits.

Read: College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

A recent study found between the 2001-2002 and 2015-2016 school years, 437 people were shot in 190 college campus shooting incidents.

Read: Study: Virginia Sees Increased School Bullying in Pro-Trump Areas

Study: Virginia Sees Increased School Bullying in Pro-Trump Areas

Researchers looked at areas in Virginia that predominately voted for President Trump and found there were higher rates of bullying in their schools.

Read: Teen Vaping Jumps 10% in Past Year Alone, Survey Finds

Teen Vaping Jumps 10% in Past Year Alone, Survey Finds

The increase in teen vaping is the biggest one-year spike of any substance in the 44 years the Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey has been conducted.

Read: ACLU Nebraska: SRO Programs Fuel School-to-Prison Pipeline

ACLU Nebraska: SRO Programs Fuel School-to-Prison Pipeline

A study from ACLU Nebraska found its schools’ SRO programs vary greatly and most don’t properly track students’ arrests or law enforcement referrals.

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