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Student Crime

Read: Report: Parkland Gunman Lost Special Needs Support from School District

Report: Parkland Gunman Lost Special Needs Support from School District

A newly released report found that while Broward County Schools largely followed the law, it mishandled the shooter’s access to special services.

Read: Ex-Penn State Frat Member Sentenced in Piazza Hazing Death

Ex-Penn State Frat Member Sentenced in Piazza Hazing Death

The defendant pleaded guilty in June to nine misdemeanor charges, including four counts of hazing and five counts of unlawful acts related to alcohol.

Read: Baylor Settles Lawsuit with Former Student Alleging Gang-Rape by Football Players

Baylor Settles Lawsuit with Former Student Alleging Gang-Rape by Football Players

The lawsuit claimed school officials failed to response appropriately after a former student said she was gang-raped by as many as eight football players.

Read: Philly School Unions Demand Action over Violence Against Teachers

Philly School Unions Demand Action over Violence Against Teachers

During the 2017-2018 school year, there were 148 reported acts of violence against teachers and administrators at Philadelphia schools.

Read: Louisiana Governor Signs Tougher Anti-Hazing Bills into Law

Louisiana Governor Signs Tougher Anti-Hazing Bills into Law

One of the bills, named The Max Gruver Act, was inspired by the hazing death of a Louisiana State fraternity pledge and holds organizations and individuals more accountable.

Read: Handling Ideological Divides and Protests on America’s College Campuses

Handling Ideological Divides and Protests on America’s College Campuses

Are you prepared to host a controversial speaker on your campus?

Read: Broward District Officials Admit Stoneman Douglas Shooter Assigned to Controversial Student Discipline Program

Broward District Officials Admit Stoneman Douglas Shooter Assigned to Controversial Student Discipline Program

The Stoneman Douglas shooter was referred to the district’s PROMISE program four years ago for vandalism at his middle school.

Read: Senate Passes Anti-Hazing Bill Drafted After Penn State Hazing Death

Senate Passes Anti-Hazing Bill Drafted After Penn State Hazing Death

The Senate unanimously approved the bill that would create prosecution tiers for hazing and establish the crimes of organizational and institutional hazing.

Read: Former Baylor Coach, President Paid Millions After Sexual Assault Scandal

Former Baylor Coach, President Paid Millions After Sexual Assault Scandal

After being dismissed from their positions, former football coach Art Briles received $15.1 million and former president Ken Starr received $4.52 million in a settlement with Baylor.

Read: Study: 1 in 5 Teachers Don’t Report Student Attacks

Study: 1 in 5 Teachers Don’t Report Student Attacks

In the study, 25 percent of teachers reported being physically abused by a student and 37 percent reported verbal insults or inappropriate sexual advances.

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