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The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) tracks trends and developments in issues related to school climate and conditions for learning through online media sites, blogs, syndication and aggregation services, and other news resources from local, regional, and national media outlets. Browse this ongoing collection of posts to learn about what’s happening in communities near you and across the nation.

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May 2024


New findings from the state's Legislative Analyst's Office show that more than half of California’s community college students have faced housing insecurity over the past 12 months. And about a… Read more »

CBS News New York

New Jersey state leaders announced an expansion of a program to provide mental health help to college students Tuesday. That means free access to tele-therapy 24/7, 365 days a year for even more… Read more »

Inside Higher Ed

Success coaching is a growing practice in higher education to help connect learners to resources, teach essential academic habits, provide support for students on academic proba

New York Times

Recent studies cast doubt on whether large-scale mental health interventions are making young people better. Some even suggest they can have a negative effect.

Los Angeles Times

UCLA has moved swiftly to create a new chief safety officer position to oversee campus security operations, including the campus Police Department, in the wake of what have been called serious… Read more »

Washington Post

More DC students are finishing high school and, after years of decline, the most recent data shows that the share of students enrolling in college saw a modest improvement in 2022. But the city… Read more »

Secretary of Education

This is an extremely challenging moment for many school communities across the country. What we are witnessing every day on college campuses is deeply concerning, as we hear increasing reports of… Read more »

Inside Higher Ed

Pepperdine University’s First Waves program provides leadership opportunities for learners and involves faculty and staff in caring for first-generation students. 

Lexington Herald Leader

Eastern Kentucky University is now the first college in Kentucky to accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits at its on-campus store, the university announced in April. Students… Read more »

Open Campus

Twenty women at Denver Women’s Correctional Facility will be part of a new bachelor’s degree program later this month. Students in the program, run by Adams State University, will be able to… Read more »

Los Angeles Times

A new national study led by the University of Chicago has for the first time documented in detail the extent of those fears and reasons for them — along with student attitudes toward genocide,… Read more »

Carnegie Mellon University News

A new study examined the drinking levels and patterns of young adults before, during and after the pandemic. The researchers found alcohol use and alcohol-related problems substantially decreased… Read more »

Inside Higher Ed

A growing number of students live with mental illnesses, although they may not realize it. Colleges and universities can help identify students and connect them to care by providing free… Read more »

Community College Daily

In 2014, Tacoma Community College (TCC) and the Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) began a partnership to help housing-insecure students. Funded through the U.S. Housing & Urban Development’s (HUD… Read more »

April 2024

NPR Morning Edition

For the second time in a week, police arrested dozens of demonstrators at the University of Texas at Austin protesting Israel's war against Hamas. Protesters chanted for the police to leave,… Read more »

Clemson News

Clemson bars and restaurants are piloting a new technology aimed at detecting fake IDs. Thanks to a strong partnership between the City of Clemson, Clemson University and local businesses, the ID… Read more »

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Education Northwest, an Oregon-based nonprofit organization promoting education for all, unveiled the results of a first-of-its kind, nine-year study of the partnership between Tacoma Community… Read more »

NPR Hear & Now

Here & Now host Robin Young speaks with law professor and former Brandeis University president Frederick Lawrence about what college presidents are getting right and what they're getting wrong… Read more »

KELO Newstalk

You could consider it a second chance powered by higher education. South Dakota State University was awarded a three-year, $150k grant by the Mellon foundation’s Higher Education in Prison program… Read more »

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