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Read: Santa Fe ISD Sees Enrollment Drop After School Shooting

Santa Fe ISD Sees Enrollment Drop After School Shooting

There are 200 fewer students enrolled in the Santa Fe ISD this year compared to last after a student gunman shot and killed 10 people in May.

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: Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

Inspector General Finds Missteps in Dept. of Ed.’s Handling of FERPA

An audit by the U.S. Dept. of Ed.’s Inspector General found their own office liable for not handling FERPA complaints in a timely and effective manner.

Read: How this Colorado School District Plans to Beat Bullying

How this Colorado School District Plans to Beat Bullying

Poudre School District is seeking a state-funded grant of $400,000 each year for three years to combat its bullying problem.

Read: 4 Types of Bullying All Parents Should Be Aware Of

4 Types of Bullying All Parents Should Be Aware Of

Here is a quick guide on the types of bullying that could be going on in your child’s school. More importantly, we give you some tools to stop it.

Read: Schools Install Laundromats to Reduce Bullying, Improve Attendance

Schools Install Laundromats to Reduce Bullying, Improve Attendance

With the help of local and national organizations, schools are getting laundromats on campus to combat truancy and bullying.

Read: Texas Schools See Surge in Student Arrests Following Parkland

Texas Schools See Surge in Student Arrests Following Parkland

There were 1,560 referrals for terroristic threats this school year, compared to the annual average of 823 referrals in the past five school years.

Read: Survey: Hunger Among College Students on the Rise

Survey: Hunger Among College Students on the Rise

Researchers say the findings can be attributed to increasing college costs, inadequate aid packages and a growing enrollment of low-income students.

Read: Nearly Half of NYC School Cafeterias Had Critical Food Violations in 2017

Nearly Half of NYC School Cafeterias Had Critical Food Violations in 2017

A new study found 1,150 instances of critical food violations, 617 of which included evidence of vermin, in nearly 700 NYC school cafeterias in 2017.

Read: UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

UCF Settles Lawsuit After 63,000 Social Security Numbers Exposed

One of the plaintiffs claims several fraudulent credit cards were opened under his name and his credit score dropped as a result of the hack.

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