Scott Senjo, a tenured professor at Weber State University (WSU), has been put on leave following social media tweets that university officials call “abhorrent.” He has been relieved of his duties, and removed from teaching classes.
Dianne Grossman is afraid that Mallory’s Law, named after her 12-year-old daughter who died by suicide, will be overlooked by legislators who do not agree with some elements of the bill.
The app, Covert Alert, uses voice-activated phrases to send the user’s exact location to five contacts and begins a live audio recording of what’s going on around you.
If signed into law, the measure would require districts to establish a threat-assessment team and teach students about violence prevention and identifying depression.
Officials identified three 12-year-old girls who entered into a classroom and began to assault another female student and the teacher.
At an evidentiary hearing on Tuesday, Devon Erickson’s lawyer claimed that his co-defendant threatened him and coerced him into using cocaine prior to the shooting in a Denver suburb.
The Safe 2 Say Something program was only used for about half of the school year, but in the time it was used, it received more than 23,000 tips.
An art teacher nearly died after three middle schoolers decided to play a prank on her using her severe food allergy – bananas.
In a recent school safety training, Minnesota researchers focused their efforts on teaching about mental health and approaching students’ emotional needs, rather than teaching about physical security measures.
The Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School program recently hosted Social Action Day, which included a panel discussion on how to end gun violence.