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.

May, 2019

Community College Daily
May 06, 2019

Paid internships would give community college students a leg up in the job market, and exposure to corporate culture and would give employers a chance to test out candidates’ skills before... Read more »

The Pavlovic Today
May 06, 2019

Margaret Valenti shares her experience to acknowledge the severity of mental health issues on college campuses.

Education Dive
May 06, 2019

Microgrants, which consist of money raised through fundraising efforts and donations, allow schools and districts to offer smaller grants to students for items such as books, necessary clothing or... Read more »

Education Week
May 06, 2019

Imagine if artificial intelligence—the same machine learning Netflix uses to suggest new movies to customers based on past favorites—could show teachers that students are more engaged first thing... Read more »

The DePauw
May 04, 2019

Concerned parents gathered in Meharry Hall on Saturday to discuss Greek life, DePauw’s drinking culture and the role of Public Safety with members of DePauw University’s administration and board... Read more »

Market Watch
May 03, 2019

That’s according to the fourth and largest survey of college students’ ability to afford food and housing.

National Public Radio
May 02, 2019

The question on everyone's mind — especially Parks — was, would she say in school? Could you go to class and raise a child?

The New York Times
May 02, 2019

Many routinely skip meals and take ‘poverty naps’ because they cannot afford groceries. Campus food pantries are helping, but are they enough?

Education Dive
May 02, 2019

Along with releasing survey results, experts gathered in Washington, D.C., to discuss the federal government's role in school discipline.

OKC Fox
May 02, 2019

Childhood trauma can create problems that last into adulthood, and can sometimes manifest into struggles with depression, or substance abuse.

The Atlantic
May 02, 2019

In preventing campus sexual assault, where students drink could be just as important as how much.

Diverse Issues in Higher Education
May 01, 2019

Sinclair Community College will be breaking graduation records this year as a result of intentional practices, policies and initiatives that promote equitable student outcomes, particularly for... Read more »

Forbes
May 01, 2019

A new national coalition of major educational organizations was announced earlier this year. It’s called Level Up, and it combines the college access and student success agendas, with the overall... Read more »

Medium
May 01, 2019

University of Michigan students looking for help with their finances ended up helping themselves — with a crowd-sourced book on making it through college on a budget.

Center for Digital Education
May 01, 2019

The Tuscaloosa County School System will spend $13,000 annually to cover the cost of a free phone app that allows users to anonymously report bullying incidents, reducing the risk of retaliation... Read more »

April, 2019

Mashable
April 30, 2019

Instagram is fighting back against online bullying, one comment at a time.

Nevada Today
April 30, 2019

Though much work remains, conversation points to many positive trends for the student body.

Inside Higher Education
April 30, 2019

New research finds that while food insecurity among college students is a serious problem, studies on the issue may not provide accurate estimates of its magnitude.

Education Dive
April 30, 2019

Research from the Council of the Great City Schools finds changing up the role of principal supervisors is paying off with longer principal retention and more effective support, with shifting... Read more »

Educause Review
April 29, 2019

Each year EDUCAUSE members select Top 10 IT Issues for the coming year. This year's focus is "The Student Genome Project" because in 2019 higher education is focused on organizing, standardizing,... Read more »

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