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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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July 2024

07/05/2024
News12 The Bronx

City leaders, members of the NYPD and survivors of gun violence attended a Youth Gun Violence Prevention Summit at the LA Central YMCA today in the South Bronx.
The event was organized by… Read more »

07/05/2024
The Star

Four households have told The Star they feel their children face “constant” taunting, name-calling and teasing from pupils of all year groups at Woodhouse West Primary.

 

07/05/2024
University of North Georgia

The University of North Georgia (UNG) is one of the most recent University System of Georgia (USG) institutions to partner with the National Institute for Success (NISS) to close student… Read more »

07/03/2024
Inside Higher Ed

Research has found that moving away to college and living in the dorms can be a positive and important experience for students at residential campuses in their retention, engagement and feelings… Read more »

07/02/2024
Inside Higher Ed

Each fall, a new cohort of students moves into college towns and campuses, creating a wave of transition that can be exciting and scary. The first few months of the academic year are also known as… Read more »

07/02/2024
Community College Daily

Culturally responsive pedagogy is more than a nice add-on, according to Juan Rodriguez, Jr., and Sarah Belknap. The two community college educators have found that it’s an effective way to build… Read more »

07/01/2024
University Business

Ask yourself this question: “How does my decision-making reflect the needs of my students?” If you’re struggling to answer that question confidently—or if you’re looking to improve school culture… Read more »

07/01/2024
Virginia Mercury

A task force directed by the Virginia legislature has recommended creating a dedicated funding stream for threat assessment team training on college and university campuses and allowing teams to… Read more »

07/01/2024
Police Chief

College campuses have long been central sites for debate and action on a variety of social causes. While protests, mass demonstrations, and rallies are not new issues for police, the ways we… Read more »

07/01/2024
WMDT

New legislation in Delaware changes the regulations for firearms on college campuses in the first state. “I believe it sends a message to the community that it’s not ok to bring a firearm or any… Read more »

June 2024

06/28/2024
Institute for Higher Education Policy

Sometimes, life takes unexpected detours, even while on the path to a fulfilling, successful career. Bonnie, a dedicated healthcare worker, reached a point where she needed a college degree to… Read more »

06/28/2024
Journal Gazette

Project Catalyst – the five-year initiative supported by the Title III funding – aims to increase enrollment, persistence, and retention of low-income, first generation, Black and Hispanic… Read more »

06/28/2024
Imprint

Foster youth encounter unique challenges when they navigate the educational system, especially during their high school and college years. These challenges can have a significant impact on their… Read more »

06/28/2024
Diverse Issues in Higher Ed

Each state, the Bureau of Prisons, and Puerto Rico now have a process in place for assessing prison education programs proposals from colleges, according to a report released by the Vera Institute… Read more »

06/27/2024
City University of New York

As part of CUNY’s ongoing efforts to combat hate, the CUNY Board of Trustees on Monday voted to create the Center for Inclusive Excellence and Belonging, which will strengthen the University’s… Read more »

06/27/2024
Inside Higher Ed

For many students, balancing academics and other responsibilities is their top stressor and what they believe to be the driver of the collegiate mental health crisis, according to a recent Student… Read more »

06/26/2024
EdNC

In the midst of a childcare crisis, community colleges continue to serve as an important link between families and child care access, and between communities and the early childhood teachers they… Read more »

06/26/2024
Los Angeles Times

UC Berkeley will expand antisemitism education to all incoming students beginning this fall, after pro-Palestinian protests over the Israel-Hamas war fueled anxieties among many Jewish campus… Read more »

06/25/2024
Education Trust

Sentenced at 19, Alexa Garza faced an uncertain future. Education became a beacon of hope, she says, a lifeline through which to navigate the challenges of confinement. In this perspective piece,… Read more »

06/25/2024
Inside Higher Ed

College campuses are hubs for research in a variety of fields, but many students are unaware of the opportunities available to them. To bridge this gap, staff at San Francisco State University,… Read more »

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