Student Safety

Read: Editor’s Picks: Amy’s 10 Favorite Campus Safety Articles from 2022

Editor’s Picks: Amy’s 10 Favorite Campus Safety Articles from 2022

My favorite articles from this year cover topics such as site assessments, comfort K9s, and the importance of inclusion and representation.

Read: How to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses

How to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses

About 55% of college students involved in campus organizations experience hazing and 40% report suffering significant negative effects.

Read: Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Students who identify as LGBTQIA+ report feeling slightly more stressed about going home for the holidays.

Read: Nearly 3 in 10 Parents Now Oppose Routine Childhood Vaccine Mandates

Nearly 3 in 10 Parents Now Oppose Routine Childhood Vaccine Mandates

Now, 28% of adults say parents should have the option to not vaccinate their school-age children for things like measles, mumps, and rubella.

Read: Navigating Children and Teens’ Ongoing Reliance on Technology

Navigating Children and Teens’ Ongoing Reliance on Technology

A digital wellness expert shares ways schools can reduce technology-dependent behaviors to help ensure children and teens remain safe online.

Read: NAPCO Announces PASS K-12 Partnership

NAPCO Announces PASS K-12 Partnership

As part of its partnership, NAPCO will be developing new school security training courses and incorporating the PASS K-12 Program.

Read: Keller ISD Trustees Approve Policy to Arm School Staff

Keller ISD Trustees Approve Policy to Arm School Staff

A survey sent out to the Keller ISD community shows an overwhelming majority do not support implementing the program.

Read: Honoring the 26 Lives Lost 10 Years Ago at Sandy Hook

Honoring the 26 Lives Lost 10 Years Ago at Sandy Hook

In their honor, family and friends of those who were killed have helped make real changes in how our country approaches school safety and mental health.

Read: 80% of Uvalde Sheriff Deputies Had No Active Shooter Training Prior to Shooting

80% of Uvalde Sheriff Deputies Had No Active Shooter Training Prior to Shooting

A third-party investigator also determined the sheriff’s office had no policy in place for handling active shooter situations.

Read: 5 Tips for Surviving the Holiday Blues

5 Tips for Surviving the Holiday Blues

Holidays can amplify emotional distress for some, particularly youth. Here are some basic tips educational institutions can offer both students and employees.

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