The Kentucky Department of Education and the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities will receive $9 million in funding from the Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education (AWARE) grant.
The Philipsburg-Osceola School District plans to use $97,008 in school safety grants to expand safety measures.
St. Mary’s Public Schools’ safety and security office will soon begin testing a mobile scanning kit that uses radio waves to detect weapons and has facial recognition capabilities.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has directed State Police to increase their presence near houses of worship across the state as Muslims prepare for the holy month of Ramadan.
Almost 300 students, staff and faculty at two California universities have been placed under quarantine due to concerns that they may have been exposed to measles, according to Los Angeles County Health officials.
The West Prairie school district in Colchester, Ill., has received a grant through the Safe Routes for School Program to improve the sidewalks students use to walk to school.
A new Arkansas law aims to help school districts by notifying them of the criminal records of students transferring into their schools.
The volunteer committee working on finding ways to improve safety at Iowa City schools recommends adding a police presence to secondary schools and increasing resources for mental health services.
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University has set a new campus-wide curfew after a fight on campus.
A newly proposed school safety bill would require Rhode Island schools to form “threat assessment teams” to discuss students who display concerning behavior.