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Student Discipline

Read: 4 Plead Not Guilty to Charges in LSU Pledge Death

4 Plead Not Guilty to Charges in LSU Pledge Death

One man is facing a negligent homicide charge while three others are facing misdemeanor hazing charges in connection with the September 2017 death of a pledge.

Read: Syracuse Fraternity Permanently Expelled for Discriminatory Videos

Syracuse Fraternity Permanently Expelled for Discriminatory Videos

One video posted to a Syracuse fraternity’s private Facebook page shows a member reciting a racist oath and another shows a simulated sexual assault.

Read: Improving Teen Dating Violence Prevention at School

Improving Teen Dating Violence Prevention at School

Educating students, faculty and staff members is the first step to stopping abuse and violence in teen relationships.

Read: 5 Former FSU Fraternity Members Take Plea Deals in Hazing Death

5 Former FSU Fraternity Members Take Plea Deals in Hazing Death

Five of the nine men facing charges in connection with the hazing death of Andrew Coffey have accepted plea deals which all include jail time.

Read: 154 Civil Rights Groups Urge DeVos to Keep School Discipline Guidance

154 Civil Rights Groups Urge DeVos to Keep School Discipline Guidance

The letter was written to Secretary DeVos on Thursday on behalf of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.

Read: Additional Mental Health Records Released for Parkland Gunman

Additional Mental Health Records Released for Parkland Gunman

In September 2016, two school counselors and a school resource officer concluded Nikolas Cruz should be forcibly committed for psychiatric evaluation.

Read: Police, Mental Health and Social Services Must Work Together

Police, Mental Health and Social Services Must Work Together

A needless tug of war could be developing with school police on one side and mental health professionals, social services advocates and civil rights activists on the other.

Read: Schools Handling National Student Walkouts Differently

Schools Handling National Student Walkouts Differently

Schools have both endorsed the National Walkout Day and condemned it in statements to parents and students.

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.

Read: Social Media Monitoring: Beneficial or Big Brother?

Social Media Monitoring: Beneficial or Big Brother?

While some argue social media monitoring has thwarted potential crimes and saved lives, others are concerned it may expose their institution to additional liability or Clery Act violations.

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