News Clips

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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September, 2020

Orange County Register

Capistrano Unified School District grabbed a plethora of supplies and guidance in constructing its $25 million strategy... Read more »

San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego State University is reeling from a calamitous outbreak of COVID-19. Is the same thing about to happen at UC San Diego?

The Conversation

With in-person instruction becoming the exception rather than the norm, 54% of parents with school-age children expressed concern that their children could fall behind academically, according to a... Read more »

The Daily World

The number of young adults in the U.S. who are vaping marijuana and nicotine has more than doubled in two years, according to a national study by researchers at the University of... Read more »

Delaware County Daily Times

Delaware County Community College has received a two-year grant totaling $35,387 from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

Fulton Sun

During Thursday's North Callaway R-1 Board of Education meeting, parents and former students claimed the district has a bullying problem.

CW Columbus

Hilliard City Schools says “It’s ok to not be ok,” and has announced the district will accept mental health days as an approved excused absence.

Education Dive

These students' biggest needs are funding, technology and emotional support, according to recent surveys and student affairs professionals.

Chicago Tribune

Can that work for other universities struggling to contain the virus’s spread?

San Diego Union Tribune

Approval for the pilot program comes at SDSU wrestles with an explosion of cases.

Buffalo - Spectrum News

Saturday morning saw a nice boost to get Burgard High School students into the new school year. The school held a... Read more »


Over the last 30 years, Florida A&M University has helped thousands of young Black men channel potential into success in the classroom and adulthood.


Complicated, ever-shifting set of unique factors will affect school reopening plans.

KUTV 2 News

Three weeks into the school year, the Granite School District is seeing a surge in cyberbullying. The district notified parents via Facebook, saying schools have seen a "... Read more »

Inside Higher Education

Two-year colleges worked quickly to help students get through the pandemic, pivoting to drive-through food banks and community partnerships.

Penn State News

As Penn State continues to facilitate in-person opportunities for student engagement and leadership, it is important that all students be reminded of their obligation to protect... Read more »

WLRN Public Radio

Teen vaping was already risky, but with COVID-19, it’s even more dangerous. When people use e-cigarettes, they exhale... Read more »

HGN News

The sound of children’s voices has returned to the hallways at the Marshall Elementary School. While those voices may... Read more »

NBC Southern California

Los Angeles Community College District students with housing insecurity issues or homelessness could find relief thanks to an agreement with a non-profit organization approved by... Read more »


Three Black men and women. Three different experiences. Three different feelings. But much of the same pain. “There’s... Read more »