The death of a 13-year-old student who apparently overdosed on fentanyl at his Connecticut school has drawn renewed pleas for schools to stock the opioid antidote naloxone, as well as for training of both staffers and children on how to recognize and respond to overdoses.
LAS CRUCES - A new hotline has been finalized, meant for students, family and community members to report instances of racism and racially-based bullying in school settings.
The Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Hotline — 1-505-226-3911 — went live on Monday. Reports can also be submitted by text, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by completing a form online at https://forms.gle/Tmt5ne1GyfSLpEw56.
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.
Hamilton County Commissioners unanimously approved the county's $833 million budget on Wednesday, with no tax increase. A highly debated part of the budget involved school safety and how the county plans to fund officers in all schools.
Presents a new approach to increasing student engagement and building relationships between students and staff. This video contains insights for how to reduce feelings of isolation in a rural school setting in an effort to minimize the likelihood of another school shooting.
This webinar, hosted by the U.S. Department of Education will engage a diverse panel of school leaders, parents, and senior Department officials for a discussion about how COVID-19 has shifted or impacted school choice conversations and decisions by families and communities as schools begin to reopen.
HAMILTON COUNTY, Tenn. — At the Hamilton County School Board meeting Thursday night, several parents brought forward more concerns about their children being bullied.
Parents gave emotional testimonies about their kids bullying experiences, demanding a change in policy.