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.
As Hurricane Florence bears down, K12 Insight is here to support our southeastern and mid-Atlantic family. Here’s how to stay in touch with your community.
Despite an R rating, many parents and school leaders see the new coming-of-age film as an opportunity for authentic student engagement.
School PR leader Julie Thannum outlines important takeaways from this year’s NSPRA seminar, especially the importance of professional well-being.
A new report outlines a threat assessment model to help school districts recognize and prevent potential violence.
As the federal and state governments fund more school safety initiatives, educators weigh the importance of physical and social-emotional health.
As school districts look to improve student safety this summer, social-emotional health is as important as physical safety.
As school districts consider new school safety technology solutions, they should first ensure strong relationships with students, staff, and parents.
For states and school districts, this summer will be an important time for school safety assessment and improvement.
In the final episode of our school safety series, we explore the latest thinking on bullying–both inside and outside the classroom.