As the conversation about sexual harassment continues throughout American society, school districts must become leading voices in the movement to protect victims.
New research suggests more students are bringing weapons to school to protect against bullying. Why districts must encourage their students to be active allies against abuse.
A California elementary school secretary saved the lives of hundreds of students by ordering a lockdown when a gunman attacked her school. But one expert says that can only happen after careful planning.
A recent series of hacking attacks on school districts shows just how vital cybersecurity is to school district safety.
While the storm has settled in Texas, Spring ISD is working to coordinate relief efforts for staff, students, and their families.
New research suggests a more complex relationship between bullying and student suicide. What that means for your district.
Districts across the country are struggling to find a balance between monitoring students’ social media usage and protecting their privacy.
New research shows that bullied students are more prone to substance abuse and to face stress in adulthood. What that means for school districts.
As districts debate introducing seat belts on school buses, they must consider whether the cost is worth the benefit on student safety.