One of Nashua’s most diverse inner-city schools may soon be participating in a new initiative aimed to improve school climate, inclusiveness and positive behaviors. This new school climate initiative is designed to leverage professional development to change the culture of the school by focusing on the heart of teacher and student relationships.
Full beer bottles whizzed by the heads of a packed crowd. Chunks of wood, debris, couches and chairs flew with reckless abandon. Fire danced alongside wooden telephone poles. And in the middle of it all, a bonfire raged on Main Street in Durham.
Dartmouth has released its latest data on the number of alcohol-related incidents involving undergraduates on campus. The new information, which tracks incidents through the 2018-2019 academic year, is available on the Student Wellness Center website.
We’re heading into a third school year marked by the pandemic.
This back-to-school season, thousands of Washington children will ride school buses, find their desks and sit down for lunch with peers. In-person learning will be ubiquitous again, even if being fully vaccinated isn’t: Only 40% of Washington 12- to 15-year-olds are vaccinated — and so are 47% of 16- and 17-year-olds. A vaccine for young children isn’t expected until midwinter.
Washington State Community College (WSCC) will roll out an initiative in January 2022 that will support adult learners majoring in Robotics and Mechatronics. This program will be through the new ACE Scholars program, and students will earn valuable credentials as they learn and benefit from an array of extra support services.
SPOKANE, Wash. — Tonight, Spokane Public Schools held a meeting to look at the district's campus safety.
This comes after Spokane Police Chief Craig Meidl sent a letter to SPS's superintendent last week after claiming a "pattern of assaults and threats not being reported by police."
An experimental study revealed that alcohol advertising featuring objectified women encouraged not just some male but also female college students to manipulate others for sex. The study, led by Washington State University researchers, found that both young men and women who expressed strong beliefs in gender stereotypes were more likely to sexually coerce.