Policies & Procedures


Superintendent in Michigan Considers Arming School Staff Due to Long Response Times

Superintendent in Michigan Considers Arming School Staff Due to Long Response Times

A superintendent is not satisfied with the amount of time it would take the sheriff's office to reach the town's only campus. In his response, he wants to arm teachers.

Savannah State University Works to Prevent Violent Crimes

Savannah State University Works to Prevent Violent Crimes

New security measures at Savannah State University are expected to enhance safety for students.



Michigan Middle School Launches Program Banning Phones, Backpacks

Michigan Middle School Launches Program Banning Phones, Backpacks

A middle school in Michigan is seeing positive benefits from banning phones and backpacks. However, parents have some concerns despite the potential safety benefit.

New Jersey Teachers Would be Required to Have Seizure-Safety Training Under New Law

New Jersey Teachers Would be Required to Have Seizure-Safety Training Under New Law

The new law would require school staff to undergo seizure-safety training. It would also require school nurses to come up with personal emergency plans for students with seizure disorders.

Syracuse University Implements Measures to Make Students Safer at Night

Syracuse University Implements Measures to Make Students Safer at Night

The university is adding more guards, shuttle vans and security cameras.

Florida Senate Looks to Revise Its Controversial School Guardian Law

Florida Senate Looks to Revise Its Controversial School Guardian Law

The potential revision was prompted by Palm Beach County schools using a private security firm to train its school guardians instead of the sheriff’s office.

Arizona District Cancels Days of Classes Due To Ransomware Attack

Arizona District Cancels Days of Classes Due To Ransomware Attack

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.

Two New Texas Laws Regarding Guns on School Grounds Now in Effect

Two New Texas Laws Regarding Guns on School Grounds Now in Effect

The gun laws, which went into effect just hours after a shooting left five dead in Midland and Odessa, further loosen gun restrictions.

New York Law Allows School Districts to Install Cameras to Catch Drivers Not Stopping for Buses

New York Law Allows School Districts to Install Cameras to Catch Drivers Not Stopping for Buses

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.

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YouTubers Prompt Florida Schools to Look at Restricting Video Recording on Campus

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?

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