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Student Safety

Read: Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

A man entered Frederick Douglass High School last week and shot a special education assistant for disciplining his sister.

Read: 2 Charged in Teen’s Fatal Shooting at Central Academy of Excellence

2 Charged in Teen’s Fatal Shooting at Central Academy of Excellence

The 15-year-old victim was shot just steps from the school’s entrance after being escorted out by security following an altercation with the suspects.

Read: USC Settles with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

USC Settles with Ex-Gynecologist’s Sexual Abuse Victims for $215M

Hundreds of students and alumni have come forward to accuse former gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall of sexual misconduct during physical exams.

Read: Parkland: A Look Back at the Year That Changed School Safety

Parkland: A Look Back at the Year That Changed School Safety

Last year’s tragedy has led to significant legislative changes surrounding school safety and survivors have ensured the victims’ names will live on.

Read: Abducted Ohio State Student, Suspect Killed in Police Pursuit

Abducted Ohio State Student, Suspect Killed in Police Pursuit

A female student was held at gunpoint and forced into a vehicle by the father of her child on Ohio State’s Mansfield campus.

Read: Video Shows Second Alleged Hazing Incident at Sacramento State

Video Shows Second Alleged Hazing Incident at Sacramento State

The surfaced video involves members from a fraternity that was already under a previous investigation for an alleged hazing incident.

Read: Marshall ISD Now Requires Visible IDs for Students

Marshall ISD Now Requires Visible IDs for Students

This new security measure follows an incident where a non-student entered the school without anyone noticing and fought another student.

Read: Video: Maryland Principal on Leave After Altercation with Student

Video: Maryland Principal on Leave After Altercation with Student

A cell phone video posted on social media shows Charles Herbert Flowers High School principal Gorman Brown in a scuffle with a male student.

Read: Here’s a Bullying Prevention Strategy That Actually Works

Here’s a Bullying Prevention Strategy That Actually Works

This non-punitive bullying prevention program has shown to reduce the frequency of bullying in 88 percent of cases.

Read: ‘Alyssa’s Law’ to Require Silent Panic Alarms in All N.J. Public Schools

‘Alyssa’s Law’ to Require Silent Panic Alarms in All N.J. Public Schools

The newly signed law is named after Alyssa Alhadeff, a New Jersey native who was killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting.

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