Suicide

Read: 54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

As more students return to in-person learning, most teens don’t feel confident that their schools are prepared to address mental health and safety needs.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 11: Student on School Roof Threatens Suicide

Tabletop Exercise 11: Student on School Roof Threatens Suicide

A substitute teacher informs an administrator that one of her students climbed onto the roof and is threatening to jump if anyone attempts to make contact. What should they do?

Read: Helpful Mental Health Resources for Campuses

Helpful Mental Health Resources for Campuses

Learn how to address mental health issues among students, faculty, and staff

Read: Las Vegas Schools Push to Reopen After Rise in Student Suicides

Las Vegas Schools Push to Reopen After Rise in Student Suicides

Between March and December, 18 Clark County students took their own lives — more than double the amount the district reported in all of 2019.

Read: New Poll Reveals American Teens Are Experiencing High Rates of Anxiety, Depression and Acts of Self-Harm

New Poll Reveals American Teens Are Experiencing High Rates of Anxiety, Depression and Acts of Self-Harm

New Navigate360 and Zogby Strategies Safety and Wellbeing Poll shows growing teen anxiety brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on America’s economy, culture, and daily life.

Read: Court Rules Parents of Student Who Took Own Life Can Sue Cincinnati Schools

Court Rules Parents of Student Who Took Own Life Can Sue Cincinnati Schools

The 8-year-old boy had been knocked unconscious by a classmate two days before he took his own life at his home.

Read: 11-Year-Old Dies After Shooting Himself on School Zoom Call

11-Year-Old Dies After Shooting Himself on School Zoom Call

The sixth-grader’s family denies reports that the shooting was a suicide, instead calling it a “freak accident.”

Read: University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

University System of Georgia Expands Student Mental Health Resources

The state allocated $11.5 million of the Governors Emergency Education Relief (GEER) funding to support mental health initiatives at USG.

Read: Report: 10 Essential Actions to Improve School Safety

Report: 10 Essential Actions to Improve School Safety

COPS has just released its latest recommendations on school safety. Here’s a summary of their findings.

Read: Duquesne University to Provide Campus Police with Body Cams, Make Other Reforms

Duquesne University to Provide Campus Police with Body Cams, Make Other Reforms

Reforms were prompted by the death of one of the school’s football players.

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