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Training and preparation for active shooter scenarios saves lives, but risk management expert and DA guest columnist Dean Waddell says that sometimes realistic drills can be traumatizing.
Many educators want more training in violence prevention and emergency response to improve school safety, according to a recent school violence survey by LifeChanger of the Year, an annual K-12 recognition program.
In this web seminar, presenters discussed some best practices and strategies for integrating SEL programs and digital resources into everyday instruction to make a lasting impact on teen mental health and school safety. Sponsored content by Gale, A Cengage Company.
Student bullying in schools is increasing, despite district leaders creating anti-bullying programs to address the problem. And when schools fail to address bullying, lawsuits and even parental fines could result.
Schools, and even some districts, are banning smartphones in the classroom as research continues to show that their use hinders learning.
The continued struggles of some school systems to transport special needs students safely and comfortably have convinced a growing number of district leaders that generalized behavior management procedures often fall short.
Administrators at DeKalb County School District in Georgia determine bus stop locations based on safe access for children and drivers.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, school districts are harnessing new technologies, such as automation and facial recognition, to develop smart school buildings that are safer and more efficient.
Most high school students feel safe in school, though white males feel safer than do female and minority students, says a new ACT report that also calls for increased mental health services.
As hurricane season blows in with Dorian, preparation for natural disaster remains a focus for K-12 schools.
Back-to-school shopping usually means new clothes, shoes and notebooks, but this year, some students will be sporting another new accessory on the first day—bulletproof backpacks. But experts say they don’t offer much protection
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