Dr. Nora Carr, chief of staff at Guilford County Schools in North Carolina, outlines why strong relationships and two-way communication are key to school safety.
With only a few short months left in the school year, here are some important trends for school leaders to consider.
As school lockdowns become more common, administrators need must have strategies strategies assessing and communicating around security threats. Here are five.
New state bills put emphasis on physical and emotional school security.
How Texas school districts fight bullying and improve school safety by engaging their communities in critical conversations.
A year after the tragic shooting, empowering students is still key to keeping them safe, and it starts by giving them a strong voice in schools.
A provision in a new Florida education law allows students who are bullied or harassed to use vouchers for private schools.
While proponents say cameras in classrooms can prevent incidences of school violence, district leaders should reach out to their communities before making decisions about classroom surveillance.
Controversial conclusions aside, the new Federal School Safety report offers several insights into school violence prevention.
As winter approaches, three questions school districts should ask themselves about their winter weather decision-making process.