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Read: Calif. Law Bans Suspensions for Falling Asleep, Talking Back to Teachers

Calif. Law Bans Suspensions for Falling Asleep, Talking Back to Teachers

Supporters of the law believe ending “willful defiance” suspensions will help disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline.

Read: 62 Universities Hacked Through Vulnerability in Web App

62 Universities Hacked Through Vulnerability in Web App

Hackers were able to create thousands of fake accounts that were used ‘almost immediately for criminal activity,’ officials said.

Read: Cyber Attacks Overwhelm Schools, Affect Students’ Education

Cyber Attacks Overwhelm Schools, Affect Students’ Education

Schools are becoming more of a target for cyber attacks because of the sensitive data they carry, including Social Security numbers.

Read: Civil Rights Groups Raise Concerns over Florida’s New School Database

Civil Rights Groups Raise Concerns over Florida’s New School Database

The database will keep track of student behavior and discipline, including whether a student has been a victim of bullying based on race or religion.

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: Bringing Biometrics to the Door and Across the School and Healthcare Campus

Bringing Biometrics to the Door and Across the School and Healthcare Campus

Fingerprint authentication solutions aim to make physical access control systems in education and healthcare convenient, easier to use and more secure.

Read: 13 Data Breach Facts Every Campus Protection Pro Should Know

13 Data Breach Facts Every Campus Protection Pro Should Know

Do you know where the healthcare and education industries stand regarding data breach costs? Find out the answer and more in this quick quiz.

Read: Q&A: IT Director Drastically Cuts Incident Response Time with Student Tech Monitoring

Q&A: IT Director Drastically Cuts Incident Response Time with Student Tech Monitoring

We spoke with a K-12 IT director about the importance of monitoring student technology to decrease incident response time while teaching them to be good digital citizens.

Read: Survey: Half of College Students Struggle to Find Food, Shelter

Survey: Half of College Students Struggle to Find Food, Shelter

The survey revealed that 45% of students reported being food-insecure and 56% reporting having some sort of housing insecurity.

Read: Georgia Tech Data Breach Exposes Information of 1.3M People

Georgia Tech Data Breach Exposes Information of 1.3M People

The university, which many people believe to be a ‘cybersecurity hub’ with all the work it’s done over the past few years, got hacked last month.

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