Traffic Safety

Read: NYC Mayor Announces Crackdown on Speeding to Improve School Traffic Safety

NYC Mayor Announces Crackdown on Speeding to Improve School Traffic Safety

To reduce traffic accidents and injuries near schools, de Blasio is also calling for speed cameras to operate 24/7/365.

Read: School Districts Secure Major Funding for Security Upgrades

School Districts Secure Major Funding for Security Upgrades

Connecticut, Kentucky and New Jersey school districts are focusing on security and have now provided the funding to proceed.

Read: Truck Sideswipes School Bus, Almost Hits Children

Truck Sideswipes School Bus, Almost Hits Children

The incident left students getting on the school bus and parents shaken from the actions of the reckless driver.

Read: Here Are 2020’s Safest and Least Safe U.S. Cities

Here Are 2020’s Safest and Least Safe U.S. Cities

WalletHub’s 2020 ‘Safest Cities in America’ report compared more than 180 major U.S. cities across 42 key safety indicators to determine which ones are the safest… and which ones are the most dangerous.

Read: U of A Huntsville Police to Make Changes After Traffic Stop Incident

U of A Huntsville Police to Make Changes After Traffic Stop Incident

The campus police officer allegedly asked a teen if he had drugs on him or a dead prostitute in his car after being pulled over for a broken taillight.

Read: 5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus

5 Video Security Challenges to Address Before Returning to Campus

While students, staff and faculty are still primarily engaged in virtual learning, educational institutions can use the current situation as an opportunity to evaluate and enhance video surveillance technologies on campus.

Read: Later School Start Times Linked to Decreased Teen Car Crashes

Later School Start Times Linked to Decreased Teen Car Crashes

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends middle schools and high schools start their classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m.

Read: 3rd Student Dies from Oklahoma High School Hit-and-Run Tragedy

3rd Student Dies from Oklahoma High School Hit-and-Run Tragedy

The track and cross-country students were struck by a vehicle as they were on a regular run near Moore High School.

Read: Conducting Site Assessments for Students with Disabilities

Conducting Site Assessments for Students with Disabilities

Access or functional needs (AFN) site assessments should cover landscaping, architecture and security, as well as indicators of how well people appreciate, support and communicate with each other, and how functional the school is as a center of teaching and learning.

Read: 1 Student Dead, 1 Injured in Texas Bus-Train Collision

1 Student Dead, 1 Injured in Texas Bus-Train Collision

It appears that there were no arms or flashing lights at the intersection, causing a bus and a train to collide and killing a young boy.

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