Social Media

Read: Social Media Awareness for Staff

Social Media Awareness for Staff

It is important to maintain baseline levels of knowledge in relation to how technology and social media are currently being used by students.

Read: SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

The 8-1 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court says suspending a cheerleader for swearing off school property is unconstitutional.

Read: Survey: Campus Emergency Notification Systems Performed Well During the Pandemic

Survey: Campus Emergency Notification Systems Performed Well During the Pandemic

According to this year’s Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, nearly three in four survey respondents didn’t have challenges with their mass notification solutions, and only 3% said they experienced many pandemic-related problems with their systems.

Read: Student Suicide Prompts North Colonie Schools to Train Students, Parents about Internet Safety

Student Suicide Prompts North Colonie Schools to Train Students, Parents about Internet Safety

After a 15-year-old boy took his own life after falling victim to a catfishing Internet scam, the North Colonie school district is holding Internet Safety sessions with middle and high school students.

Read: Online Harassment Against Adults Happens Most Often on Social Media

Online Harassment Against Adults Happens Most Often on Social Media

A recent Pew Research Center study breaks down six types of harassment experienced by adults on six different online platforms.

Read: OSU Basketball Player Receives Threats, Racial Insults after Upset Loss

OSU Basketball Player Receives Threats, Racial Insults after Upset Loss

The threats and insults prompted OSU officials to contact law enforcement.

Read: Cheerleader’s Mom Made Deepfake Images of Rivals Smoking, Naked

Cheerleader’s Mom Made Deepfake Images of Rivals Smoking, Naked

The woman allegedly sent the deepfake photos and videos to three teen girls and told them to kill themselves.

Read: Month by Month Guide to Enhance School Safety and Communication

Month by Month Guide to Enhance School Safety and Communication

‘Enhancing Safety and Communication in K-12 Schools: A 12-Month Guide,’ provides a detailed outline of the entire school year to advise on leading practices and steps you can take to make sure everyone is informed about emergencies.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 9: Anonymous Tip Says Student Plans to Bring Weapon to School

Tabletop Exercise 9: Anonymous Tip Says Student Plans to Bring Weapon to School

The anonymous tip came in at 1:43 A.M. but was not reviewed by office staff until school doors had already been open for an hour.

Read: College Campus Police Bolster Security Measures for Inauguration Day

College Campus Police Bolster Security Measures for Inauguration Day

The move comes as some college students have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the January 6 National Capitol riot.

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