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.

July, 2019

Campus Drug Prevention
July 29, 2019

E-cigarettes pose a new challenge to college health.

Inside Higher Education
July 26, 2019

Authors discuss new book on those in higher ed who lack a place to live.

Education Week
July 25, 2019

Federal agencies plan to launch a school safety clearinghouse in the fall, bringing together "best practices" for schools seeking to prevent and deter violence, including rare but traumatic school... Read more »

Education Dive
July 25, 2019

During the 2015-16 school year, more than 2.7 million public school students received at least one out-of-school suspension, according to a new report titled "Beyond Suspensions: Examining School... Read more »

Education Week
July 25, 2019

Nearly half of schools are employing police. Many more schools than previously are now engaging in more “restorative practices” and alternative forms of discipline meant to keep students in... Read more »

Forbes
July 24, 2019

Health and well-being are crucial to students’ academic and personal success, yet nurturing student well-being on campus is a constantly evolving challenge.

Community College Daily
July 24, 2019

It started with a news story. A young woman from Billings, Montana, who had aged out of the foster system was given a car by a local Chevy dealership. In the news segment, she said she dreamed of... Read more »

Medium
July 22, 2019

Lumina Foundation has selected seven states to receive short-term grants of up to $50,000 to advance equity-minded leadership aimed at increasing post-high school learning among students of color... Read more »

eCampus News
July 22, 2019

From recruitment to alumni relations, using analytics can be truly transformative.

Eureka Alert
July 21, 2019

A major new study has found children with Autism are more likely to be bullied by both their siblings and their peers, meaning that when they return from school, they have no respite from... Read more »

Time
July 21, 2019

Oregon will allow students to take “mental health days” just as they would sick days, expanding the reasons for excused school absences to include mental or behavioral health under a new law that... Read more »

The Hechinger Report
July 19, 2019

But with many four-year campuses shut down, students are turning to local community colleges.

EdScoop
July 19, 2019

Reports of cyberbullying increased between 2015 and 2017, according to a new report from the National Center for Education Statistics — even as educators nationwide say they have redoubled their... Read more »

The Washington Post
July 19, 2019

In a remarkable new book on what hinders college completion, University of California at Berkeley higher education expert David Kirp reveals there are 34 million Americans older than 25 who have... Read more »

Inside Higher Education
July 18, 2019

Florida legislation gives prosecutors the ability to bring charges against fraternity and sorority members who weren't present for hazing but helped plan it.

EdSurge
July 17, 2019

Of the two dozen online educators interviewed for this story, about a third said they had never seen a single instance of abuse, even after teaching as many as 1,500 classes. The rest, however,... Read more »

Progress Index
July 17, 2019

For the past three years, Emily Finchum of Stony Creek — who turns 15 this month — has been making a difference not only in her community but across the United States and as far away as... Read more »

The Chronicle of Higher Education
July 17, 2019

Gail Horowitz noticed something peculiar about the first-generation students who were struggling in her chemistry classes. They studied as hard as their classmates. So why weren’t they doing as... Read more »

The Washington Post
July 16, 2019

Online bullying is on the rise among middle and high school students, even as overall rates of bullying in schools have remained steady, according to a federal report released Tuesday.

Psych Central
July 14, 2019

A new study finds that, rather than decreasing criminal behavior, school suspensions are linked to an increase in subsequent offending.

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