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Read: Study: Students, Staff Underprepared to Respond to Mental Illness in College Students

Study: Students, Staff Underprepared to Respond to Mental Illness in College Students

College students, faculty and staff members acknowledged they play a role in supporting students with mental health, but are schools empowering them enough?

Read: The Facts Behind 8 Rape and Sexual Assault Myths

The Facts Behind 8 Rape and Sexual Assault Myths

Here’s how campus police and administrators should respond to eight common myths and misconceptions about college rape and sexual assault.

Read: NYC School Crime Numbers Challenged by Pro-Charter Group

NYC School Crime Numbers Challenged by Pro-Charter Group

The Department of Education and the NYPD reported that the 2016-2017 school year was the safest year for NYC public schools in nearly two decades.

Read: Reviewing Dear Colleague Letters on Title IX’s 45th Anniversary

Reviewing Dear Colleague Letters on Title IX’s 45th Anniversary

Which Dear Colleague Letters issued by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights have made the biggest impact?

Read: Minnesota Approves Distribution of ‘Transgender Toolkit’ to Teachers

Minnesota Approves Distribution of ‘Transgender Toolkit’ to Teachers

The toolkit is intended to be a resource for teachers and administrators to address the needs of transgender or gender-noncomforming students.

Read: Rise in Childhood Poverty Follows Recession, Impacting Education

Rise in Childhood Poverty Follows Recession, Impacting Education

A recent study suggests that non-Hispanic white children have had the largest change in terms of living in high-poverty neighborhoods.

Read: Baltimore City Schools’ Police Officer Arrest Rate Drops 91 Percent

Baltimore City Schools’ Police Officer Arrest Rate Drops 91 Percent

The dramatic drop in student arrests reflects a change in policy at Baltimore City Schools.

Read: Calls Grow for Study Abroad Safety, Reporting Improvements

Calls Grow for Study Abroad Safety, Reporting Improvements

Although the number of students studying abroad has doubled in the last decade, universities are not typically required to disclose deaths that occur overseas.

Read: CDC Report Reveals Encouraging Teen Sex Statistics

CDC Report Reveals Encouraging Teen Sex Statistics

Overall, researchers considered the CDC’s latest teen sex statistics to be positive.

Read: Men Punished for Sexual Assault Are Suing Schools More Often

Men Punished for Sexual Assault Are Suing Schools More Often

Legal data shows lawsuits alleging unfair treatment of accused students have risen since 2011.

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