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.

NOTE: These articles are hosted externally and may be available for only a limited time. Please contact newspapers directly to obtain archived content.

October, 2019

Campus Technology
October 07, 2019

A Christensen Institute analysis has examined the value of "micro-internships" and suggested that pairing them with various student support approaches in higher education could make them even more... Read more »

The Washington Post
October 04, 2019

Ohio University administrators this week suspended 15 fraternities amid allegations of hazing, shutting down all events and activities at the chapters until further notice.

KPBS
October 03, 2019

Native American students make up less than 1% of California’s public K-12 schools, but a new study released last month found that they’re more likely to be suspended or expelled at a higher rate... Read more »

WTVR
October 03, 2019

Nearly 50 students and staff from two Richmond high schools will be take part in a four-day seminar aimed at improving the climate and culture at their schools by learning to address issues like... Read more »

The Washington Post
October 03, 2019

When college students paying their own way have a financial hiccup, they have to make hard choices about how to spend their limited funds — and some turn to their food budget to... Read more »

phys.org
October 02, 2019

Students in stricter middle schools are more likely to end up in jail or prison later in life, according to a new working paper co-authored by Stephen Billings, associate professor at CU Boulder's... Read more »

U.S. Department of Education
October 01, 2019

Today, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos joined education reformers at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), including Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, to discuss how students... Read more »

September, 2019

National Institutes of Health
September 30, 2019

Speaking Up About Mental Health! essays explored stigma and social barriers in seeking mental health treatment.

Today
September 30, 2019

The "Model School Policy" provides resources for schools to reduce suicide attempts and deaths for high-risk students.

Desert Sun
September 30, 2019

Native American students in California's public schools face higher-than-average suspension rates, according to a new report.

The Sacramento Bee
September 27, 2019

“AANAPISI” stands for Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving institutions, which are colleges with an enrollment of at least 10 percent Asian American or Native American... Read more »

character.org
September 27, 2019

During an early fall staff meeting, a group of ten educators crowd around a conference table sipping coffee and crafting a plan. 

Grand Canyon University Today
September 27, 2019

Since the Columbine shootings of 20 years ago, educators have long instituted lethal threat plans and shooter drills and have watched videos. It’s a part of life now, like lesson plans. Yet myths... Read more »

Politico
September 26, 2019

Rural communities with large minority populations have lower percentages of educational attainment, according to a new analysis released today by the American Communities Project at The George... Read more »

WUSF News
September 26, 2019

At-risk girls in Florida face growing rates of violence and victimization, according to a report released Wednesday. 

KSTP
September 26, 2019

There are new efforts underway in St. Paul Public Schools to help high school students improve their mental health and prevent suicides.

The Chronicle of Higher Education
September 25, 2019

This article is about the extra challenges of career-ready education at colleges serving low-income students.

U.S. Department of Education
September 25, 2019

Today, as part of National Preparedness Month, which is recognized each September to promote emergency planning, the U.S. Department of Education, along with the U.S. Departments of Justice,... Read more »

The Daily Tar Heel
September 25, 2019

Chapel Hill may be a college town, but government officials and owners of restaurants and bars are working to prevent underage drinking at off-campus establishments.

PR Newswire
September 25, 2019

Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving (RADD) has launched an education campaign in California college communities to raise awareness about the deadly consequences of drinking and driving.

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