As the conversation about sexual harassment continues throughout American society, school districts must become leading voices in the movement to protect victims.
To keep students safe, school districts have to get beyond these common misconceptions about school safety and student well-being.
In school districts across the country, students and staff wore orange to show their unity and reject bullying.
In the wake of the Flint water crisis, the city’s schools are using community engagement and partnerships to make sure students don’t fall behind.
New research suggests a more complex relationship between bullying and student suicide. What that means for your district.
Parents at Kimball elementary school in Southeast D.C. are concerned about a renovation plan that will relocate students to a rival community.
Effective school safety requires a strong policy, plan, and process, says former superintendent Dr. Gerald Dawkins.
Districts across the country are struggling to find a balance between monitoring students’ social media usage and protecting their privacy.
A new report signals a decline in school bullying over the last decade. It also shows specific focus areas where anti-bullying campaigns can help speed progress toward safer schools for all.