While other districts have decided to pay out fines to hackers, the Flagstaff Unified School District says it is not planning to pay the ransom.
The gun laws, which went into effect just hours after a shooting left five dead in Midland and Odessa, further loosen gun restrictions.
A new law allows school districts to install cameras on buses to catch drivers who do not stop when buses have red stop lights flashing.
These days YouTube is a way of living for some families. But are families going too far by recording a school campus and its students for a YouTube video?
For the last two years, Texas officials have worked together to come up with ways to improve school safety. Legislators made upgrades to the state’s school safety framework and provided funding to ensure all school safety requirements can be effectively implemented.
Florida lawmakers believe monitoring students' social media will help to prevent mass school shootings and other threats.
Expelled students typically return to their original schools within 80 days according to Ohio law. How should administrators, parents and students handle the returned students?
A Tennessee district uses the program Gaggle to track and identify suicide and violence threats in communications on the school system.
The center aims to increase the use of an anonymous tipline, review school emergency management plans and host an annual safety summit, among other priorities.
The plan was approved by the Sacramento school board last week after community members asked for more mental health resources and fewer police in schools.