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Read: Researchers Find School Shootings Hurt Grades

Researchers Find School Shootings Hurt Grades

Researchers found school shootings lowered student’s grades and enrollment rates at the high schools where they’ve taken place.

Read: Study Finds Decline in Underage Drinking from 2002 to 2013

Study Finds Decline in Underage Drinking from 2002 to 2013

A six percent decrease in alcohol consumption among people aged 12 to 20 in the last decade is an encouraging sign.

Read: California Truancy Related to Student Poverty, School Safety

California Truancy Related to Student Poverty, School Safety

A survey of California truancy rates found students were more likely to attend school if they felt safe and have a teacher or adult who cares about them at school.

Read: Study Shows Bullying Victims More Likely to be Depressed When They Grow Up

Study Shows Bullying Victims More Likely to be Depressed When They Grow Up

In a study published recently researchers found a correlation between childhood bullying and adult depression.

Read: NYC Schools to Install Thousands of Door Alarms

NYC Schools to Install Thousands of Door Alarms

To improve student safety and prevent students from leaving school grounds, New York City officials will install 21,000 audible door alarms at schools around the city.

Univ. of Massachusetts Amherst Students Petition Technology Fee

University of Massachusetts Amherst students are signing a petition against a new fee that would be assessed in the 2015-2016 school year.

Read: Survey: Almost One Third of College Band Members Hazed

Survey: Almost One Third of College Band Members Hazed

A new survey found hazing to be a major problem in college marching bands.

Read: Helping Colleges Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Helping Colleges Comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act

Institutions of higher education should consider investing in technologies that promote equality for students with disabilities.

Read: Calif. Attorney General, UC President Release Campus Sexual Assault Response Guidance

Calif. Attorney General, UC President Release Campus Sexual Assault Response Guidance

California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris and University of California President Janet Napolitano released a Model Memorandum of Understanding to combat college sexual assault.

Read: Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

All Penn State College of Engineering students, faculty and staff will have to change their passwords after two major cyberattacks.

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