Student Safety

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: Mississippi School Security Officers to Carry Pepper Spray

Mississippi School Security Officers to Carry Pepper Spray

Tulepo Public School District in Mississippi will give its security officers pepper spray next year.

Read: Putting an End to Hazing Deaths

Putting an End to Hazing Deaths

Publishing an online list of Greek organizations with hazing violations, clear-cut sanctions, anonymous reporting and training are just some of the ways campuses can address hazing at colleges and universities.

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: Pakistani Teacher Accidentally Shoots Student

Pakistani Teacher Accidentally Shoots Student

A 12-year-old boy was killed by his teacher in Pakistan after an apparent accidental shooting.

Read: Synthetic Marijuana Deaths Triple This Year

Synthetic Marijuana Deaths Triple This Year

Deaths and emergency calls related to synthetic marijuana have increased in the U.S. over the last year.

Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Hires Police Chief

Joseph LeMire will be the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s new Police Chief.

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.

Read: Judge Rules Student Can’t Remain Anonymous in Lawsuit

Judge Rules Student Can’t Remain Anonymous in Lawsuit

A student filing a lawsuit against Princeton University officials will not be allowed to remain anonymous after a judge’s ruling.

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