Designed to help stakeholders better understand the policy environment surrounding current school discipline practices in our country. This compendium provides information on school discipline laws and administrative regulations for the United States, including the 50 States, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
Discusses how COVID-19 has disrupted supply chains globally making it hard to harvest, package and ship food consistently -- which affects thousands of children who depend on schools to provide nutritious meals.
Provides information about federal resources that can help rural communities address drug addiction in their communities including guidance on finding funding, treatment and services, information on substance use, and expert help and training.
Describes the results of the 2019 Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct (Campus Climate Survey) administered at the University of Pittsburgh. Student responses to Campus Climate Survey items provide data that will inform efforts to prevent and respond to sexual assault and other misconduct at the University of Pittsburgh.
Attention: Building and Grounds, Capital Projects, Facilities and Maintenance, and Safety and Security Personnel and Leadership
The U.S. Department of Education is hosting a webinar series to support educational settings in safely sustaining or returning to in-person instruction.
The Philadelphia School District will spend close to a million dollars over the next three years to station members of the community in targeted communities in an effort to keep children safe on their way to and from schools.
Starting next fall, any group prepping to throw a party will have to add filling out a party registration form to their to-do list. Individuals and organizations planning on hosting an event with alcohol and 20 or more attendees will be required to register with Public Safety.
Central Bucks School District administration directed school counselors to separate elementary students for classes about puberty, called “Human Growth and Development,” by the sex they were assigned at birth, and not their gender identities.