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US schools teach students safety plans for shootings
Teachers, staff and emergency personnel have joined forces to protect students and schools.
Views: 11661 ABC News
Violence Prevention &  Safe School Planning
Are schools safer today than 30 years ago? Listen as school violence expert Dewy Cornell answers the question by providing you with a spellbinding presentation and historical perspective on school violence. Then, building security experts walk you through how to design your school to be a welcome yet secure environment. Law enforcement officials and FBI negotiators teach you how to survive in the event your students are taken hostage - and exactly how to handle bomb threats. This program is a must for every district developing or updating their comprehensive school safety plan. For more information please contact Educational Impact Inc. at http://www.educationalimpact.com/contact.html
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Safe Schools
Greenville County Schools cooperates with law enforcement agencies to keep students safe. GCS has officers who work inside our schools. We continually update our security and emergency preparedness plan.
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Safe School Planning
Developing a Safe School Plan. Film footage provided by UnitedStreaming. Brought to you by SafetyTV Library, www.safetyissues.com. Life Has No Reset Button, Think Safety.
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Inside The Safest School In America | NBC Nightly News
At Southwestern High School in Indiana, the classrooms door are bullet-resistant, cameras are everywhere, and the Sheriff’s department -- only 10 miles away -- can track an intruder in real-time. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and original digital videos. Subscribe to our channel for news stories, technology, politics, health, entertainment, science, business, and exclusive NBC investigations. Connect with NBC News Online! Visit NBCNews.Com: http://nbcnews.to/ReadNBC Find NBC News on Facebook: http://nbcnews.to/LikeNBC Follow NBC News on Twitter: http://nbcnews.to/FollowNBC Follow NBC News on Google+: http://nbcnews.to/PlusNBC Follow NBC News on Instagram: http://nbcnews.to/InstaNBC Follow NBC News on Pinterest: http://nbcnews.to/PinNBC Inside The Safest School In America | NBC Nightly News
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Resource Officer discusses plan of attack to keep schools safe
As students head back to school to start another year, Eyewitness News wanted to know what schools are doing to keep students safe.
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Indiana school takes extreme measures to keep students safe
Using $400,000 of its own money, Virginia-based NetTalon has outfitted a test school in Indiana with state of the art security. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most watched television news channel for more than 15 years and according to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll, is the most trusted television news source in the country. Owned by 21st Century Fox, FNC is available in more than 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre. Subscribe to Fox News! https://www.youtube.com/user/FoxNewsChannel Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ Watch full episodes of your favorite shows The Five: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-five/ Special Report with Bret Baier: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-special-report/ The Story with Martha Maccallum: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-story-with-martha-maccallum/ Tucker Carlson Tonight http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-tucker-carlson-tonight/ Hannity http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-hannity/ The Ingraham Angle: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-ingraham-angle/ Fox News @ Night: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-fox-news-night/ Follow Fox News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foxnews/
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School safety plans
Ohio A.G. has a list of 42 schools that he says are not in compliance with Ohio's school safety plan law.
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Mark Latham: Census shows why Safe Schools program must go
Mark Latham of TheRebel.media Australia: According to the latest census, only a tiny minority are in same-sex marriages or identify as "gender fluid". So why has the school system been turned upside down to address these issues? https://www.marklathamsoutsiders.com/safe_schools_programme_crosses_family_boundaries Never miss a new Rebel video: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
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Security, crisis plans key for schools
41 Action News spoke to several school districts, including Blue Valley, Hickman Mills, Kansas City, Kansas, Raytown and Kansas City Public Schools who all said they have a plan and protocol in place if an intruder with a gun got inside the school.
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In my safe school
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Aussie Mom's Viral Video Exposing Grooming Agenda of "Safe Schools"
Mother reveals all about Safe Schools BREAKING: Desperate Victorian mother goes public, on self made video, about the dangerous Safe Schools program and what it exposed her child too at school. Every parent must watch and share this! https://www.facebook.com/youreteachingourchildrenwhat/videos/482857788738980/ https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/watch-aussie-safe-schools-leader-admits-program-is-about-gay-activism-not-b https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hhnL5BlvQw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncFqCUKo8M0
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Global News - Safe Schools Plan
Jane-Finch.com community coordinatior Mark Dezilva on Global News. Aired: June 6, 2007
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School Safety and Security
TO USE OR PRINT this presentation click : http://videosliders.com/r/1015 ============================================================== SchoolSafety and Security National Crime Prevention Council 2006 ,Objectives School safety and security issues Factors affecting school safety Key components of school safety planning Engaging the community for safer schools National Crime Prevention Council ,School Crime and Violence Youth are the most victimized people in the United States. Youth were victims of about 1.9 million nonfatal crimes while at school in 2003. Two-thirds of student victimization was by theft. One-third of student victimization was by violent crime. Source: Indicators of School Crime and Violence, U.S. Department of Education, 2005 National Crime Prevention Council ,School Crime and Safety Students say 7% were bullied 9% were threatened or injured with a weapon 13% reported being in a fight on school property 21% reported gangs in their schools 29% were offered or given drugs 36% saw hate graffiti; 12% were the victims of hate speech Source: Indicators of School Crime and Safety,U.S. Department of Education, 2005 National Crime Prevention Council ,School Crime and Safety *Violence includes rape, sexual assault, robbery, simple assault, and aggravated assault. Source: Indicators of School Crime and Violence, U.S. Department of Education, 2005 National Crime Prevention Council ,Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Self-Actualization - LEARNING Esteem Belongingness and Love Safety Physiological National Crime Prevention Council ,Impact on Achievement “Theft and violence at school and while going to and from school can lead to a disruptive and threatening environment, physical injury, and emotional stress, and can be an obstacle to student achievement.” Source: Elliott, Hamburg, and Williams, 1998 National Crime Prevention Council ,Factors Affecting Safety School security Hardware, technology, protocols, and policies School design Access control, natural surveillance, and territorial reinforcement School climate Values, norms, and attitudes National Crime Prevention Council ,School Climate Issues Bullying, intimidation, and isolation Harassment and prejudice Social cliques Theft and graffiti Lack of connectedness Disrespect between teachers/staff and students Lack of student reporting of crime and safety issues National Crime Prevention Council ,Safe Schools Positive school climate and atmosphere Clear and high academic and disciplinary expectations of students Strong student attachment to the school High levels of both student participation and parent involvement Values and practices that make everyone feel included; appreciation of diversity Source: Trends and Issues Affecting School Safety, 2001 National Crime Prevention Council ,Safe Schools Building and grounds are well maintained. Students feel safe reporting crime and safety problems to staff. Disciplinary and safety problems are quickly and appropriately addressed. Access is controlled and visitors are monitored. All staff actively supervise students both inside and outside the classroom. All areas are safe by design or by staff supervision. National Crime Prevention Council ,Safe Schools Planning Establish a team. Assess needs. Prioritize needs. Develop and implement a plan. National Crime Prevention Council ,Community-based Organizations Faith Community Neighborhood Watch and Crime Prevention Groups Police and First Responders Elected Officials And Community Leaders Students SRO, School Police Officers, and Local Law Enforcement School Administrators Staff, and Board Local Business Leaders Mental Health Professionals JuvenileJustice Social Workers Parents and Caregivers Board of Education and District Staff News Media Who Should Be Involved? National Crime Prevention Council ,Needs Assessment Collect existing indicator data. Survey parents, staff, and students about their safety concerns. Assess climate, security, and design. Conduct an inventory of assets. National Crime Prevention Council ,Prioritize Needs What’s important? What’s feasible? N
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Wisconsin schools review security plans
Schools across Wisconsin were reviewing their safety and emergency plans in light of the deadly elementary school shooting in Connecticut.
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How Can We Create Safe And Supportive Learning Environments?
Educator and Communicator Kimberly Moffett, Ph.D., speaks to how schools can develop a safe and engaged learning community. For more information, visit us at http://www.elitebehavior.com.
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Polk County School Board may vote on plan to use armed guards to secure schools
The Polk County School Board may vote on a School Safety Guardian Program.
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Potential Solutions to Campus Safety - School Safety & Planning Professionals on New Technology
Bob Fortenberry is the former Superintendent of Jackson Mississippi. James Kelly is the Chief of Police in Palm Beach County School District, Florida. Gregory A Thomas has held various executive positions in the fields of criminal justice and public safety and is the former Deputy Director of Planning and Response at the Columbia University National Center for Disaster Preparedness. Mr. Thomas has also worked with the New York City Department of Education, the largest school district in the U.S., as the Executive Director of the Office of School Safety and Planning and worked closely with federal, state and local officials to address security and disaster related issues that arose for the many schools in the lower Manhattan area affected by the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In this video, they share their opinions on The SAFE System. For more information on the AMX SchoolView ResQ solution go to www2.amx.com/k12safereport
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How local school districts plan to keep your child safe during solar eclipse
Local School Districts taking precautions ahead of solar eclipse
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School Safety Plans
Fox 8's Mark Zinni learns a number of schools do not have their safety plan on file with the Ohio attorney general ...
Marco On CBS WPB discussing School Safety Plan
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A Different Approach to School Safety
http://yes2counselors.wordpress.com/ On January 16th 2013, President Obama announced a comprehensive plan to address gun violence. There were several proposals including those focused on school safety. Part of the plan enables U.S. public schools to hire up to 1,000 more school police or school counselors. Specifically: "The Administration is calling on Congress to help schools hire up to 1,000 more school resource officers, school psychologists, social workers, and counselors, as well as make other investments in school safety. We also need to make sure every school has a comprehensive emergency management plan so they are prepared to respond to situations like mass shootings. In addition, the Administration is proposing to help 8,000 schools put in place proven strategies to prevent violence and improve school climate by reducing bullying, drug abuse, violence, and other problem behaviors." In Chicago, parents, educators, students, advocates, and community members gathered on January 24th to discuss our concerns about the President's proposal to offer funds to school districts to hire more police or counselors. We worry that many districts will decide to hire police officers rather than to invest in more counselors to help address the root causes of student disciplinary issues. As the Dignity in Schools Campaign (DSC) points out: "Schools around the country have invested heavily in security measures such as metal detectors, armed police officers and school resource officers (SROs), often with devastating results for students -- especially students of color, LGTBQ students, and students with disabilities. As research by the American Psychological Association and others has shown, these measures, which are usually implemented along with "Zero Tolerance" discipline policies that employ suspensions and expulsions, have neither increased graduation rates nor made students feel safer. In fact, they have increased the time students spend out of school and increased arrests and referrals to the justice system -- especially for nonviolent student behavior like "disrespect" -- and further increased racial disparity in school exclusion and educational outcomes." With these realities in mind, a coalition of individuals and organizations in Chicago has formed to ask the Chicago Public Schools to pass a resolution that would state unequivocally that any new funding received from Federal grants to improve school safety based on the President's gun reform plan will be used to hire COUNSELORS NOT COPS. More details will be forthcoming on this effort in the coming days. In the meantime if you want to participate in this effort, email us at yes2counselors@gmail.com.
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School Safety Plan
A package delving into the joint efforts of law enforcement and Ingham county schools to develop a unified emergency response plan in the event of catastrophes.
Views: 264 Cedra Mayfield
Safe rooms in classrooms for proposed new Cleveland school
As children head back to school this year, Cleveland city school officials are planning for the safety of future students. Educators and council members discussed Monday the plans to add safe rooms to a new elementary school to protect students. The project's architect with Upland Design Group talked to council members about his plans to build 140-square-foot safe rooms in each classroom, a feature school administrators said is needed during lockdowns or natural disasters. The $18 million school would hold 700 students, and school administrators said they hope to open by 2015. After the recent tragedies with tornadoes and then the Sandy Hook Elementary School issues, we started discussing. The architect actually came up with the idea, said Dr. Martin Ringstaff, director of Cleveland City Schools. It's ahead of its time. It may be too late for some schools, but it's the kind of thing we want to have in place, said Ringstaff, who added the safe rooms would be used for storage until there is an emergency. Council members talked about where the money will come from to pay for the new school and how the city can stretch those dollars. One item that Councilman (Richard) Banks asked is, 'Could we build it for 550 students and then have room for an expansion of up to 700 students?' That might save some money up front, or it may not, said Cleveland Mayor Tom Rowland. Rowland and Ringstaff said they don't want to raise taxes, but they must consider all options. Some residents at the meeting said a new school would be worth it. I think it's definitely worth it for everybody. I think we could all chip in and help out our kids, said Jennifer Whaley, who works with children. Council members will meet again in two weeks to talk about money options. The mayor said that's when he hopes for a vote on the budget. By Briona Arradondo
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School Safety Planning Team formed
The Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy as well as recent incidents that have occurred at our local schools has served as a wakeup call and has prompted the creation of a special committee.
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Vt. security expert talks school safety plan
A local security expert tells News Channel 5 about how schools should craft their security policies in the wake of the mass school shooting in Newton, Conn.
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Safe at School: Chapter 2 - "DMMP"
The school nurse and other staff make up a team that helps students with diabetes be medically safe and ready to learn. As a teacher, it's important for you to know which of your students had diabetes. Every student with diabetes should have a Diabetes Medical Management Plan, or "DMMP."
Step into Security Webinar - School Emergency Response Plans & the Active Shooter
In LENSEC’s Step Into Security webinar, we are looking at school emergency response plans (ERPs) and how to train for threats. We cover a variety of emergency training drills for law enforcement, faculty, staff and students. Also, we look at law enforcement and school response to an active shooter event. Gary L. Sigrist, Jr. is our presenter for this event. Gary is the president and CEO of Safeguard Risk Solutions. The company helps clients identify vulnerabilities, plan accordingly, train thoroughly and respond effectively. Gary is a nationally known speaker, consultant, author and expert on emergency preparedness. During his 30 year career, he has been an educator, administrator, and police officer. Gary's background gives him a unique point of view on safety and preparedness in education environments. Webinar Agenda: • School & First Responder Relationships • Review Proper Emergency Response Plans • Training for Staff & Students • School Lockdown Plans • Active Shooter Events • Law Enforcement Response • ERPs for Field Trips & Off Site Travel Step Into Security Webinar Archive: http://www.lensec.com/webinar/webinar_videoarchive.html
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3 Simple Steps to Creating Safe Schools
This video highlights best practices that can be easily implemented by all teachers and staff on campus to do their part in building a positive school climate. This brief video is a resource that can be used in professional development at the start of this school year as well as throughout the year as a reminder of how everyone on campus plays an important role in creating safe schools which lead to academic success for all students. Make school safety a priority for your campus this year by building rapport with your students and taking action.
School Safety Video for School Lockdown Emergencies
School Safe helps keep students and staff safer in the event of a lockdown emergency. It is a simple device that installed on a classroom door allows the door to be quickly and easily secured from inside the classroom during a lockdown. In the event of a school lockdown most schools do not have the facility to lock a classroom door from inside the room. Typically, in an emergency situation, the teacher has to find their keys, go into the hall and lock the door, putting themselves and their students at risk of exposure, then come back into the room and shut the door locking themselves in. At the same time they have to get their students into a safe location in the room and cover any windows. This a lot of time and is potentially dangerous. School Safe minimizes the risk of exposure by allowing the door to be closed and locked at all times while still allowing ingress and egress without the need of a key. In an emergency simply pull School Safe down and the door latches. This takes only seconds and secures the room quickly and efficiently. School Safe is very affordable and easy to install by school maintenance or custodial staff. To learn more watch our ordering and installation videos on our web site. Web site for School Safe is globalinnovationsco.com Email: gloinnco@att.net schoolsafe@att.net
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Attorney General DeWine Releases School Safety Task Force Recommendations
On June 7, 2013, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released the recommendations of his School Safety Task Force, including schools forming local partnerships with emergency first responders to manage school emergencies, and a template safety plan that includes information and best practices Ohio schools can use to build their safety plans.
Independent Schools of St. Louis - School Safety Presentation
When will you be tested? Hopefully you won’t – but ‘hope is not a plan’. A Safe Schools Workshop was held November 1st at The Principia, and was open to all Independent Schools of St. Louis and others from within the community. Nothing is more important than a safe environment for our teachers to teach and our students to learn – and education doesn’t happen without a comfortable and safe learning environment. This workshop offered findings, insights, and a summary of key actionable recommendations from Missouri and Illinois school safety experts who participated in the 2016 School Safety and Security Symposium – hosted, facilitated, and moderated by Ittner Architects – all focusing on current and critical safety and security efforts.
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L'il Larikkins Know the School Plan ( Bushfire )
This video was uploaded solely as a community service and not for any commercial purpose or reward. One of the concepts for bushfire planning also includes education on prevention and preparation strategies. Do you know your school's emergency plan ? As part of the CFA Bushfire Education Program, videos such as this one can help you and your family prepare for bushfires. Not only that, they can also give you a broader outlook for many other type of emergencies. For example, some actions you would take in preparing for one type of emergency can also be used in preparation of another type of emergency. The first thing to consider is what natural and technological hazards are in the area where you work, live or may travel. Consider general threats as well. If you wish to explorer more then visit: http://knowledgeweb.afac.com.au/video/safety/cfa_bushfire_education_program
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Children Get Ready for a Storm in Cambodia
An estimated 21% of schools in Cambodia are located in flood-prone areas, putting the children that attend them at risk. Between 40-50% of students who drop out of school, do so because of flooding. Plan International Cambodia has implemented the Safe Schools Programme to help reduce risks and protect children and schools from natural disasters. To prepare children for potential emergencies, regular simulation exercise are practiced. When the signal is given by Children’s Council members that a storm is approaching, the children are taught to run to their classrooms, lock all the doors and windows and take shelter under their desks.
Views: 711 Plan International
East Haven updates school security plan
On Tuesday night the East Haven school board agreed on a change in security following a breach at the middle school last week.
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GUSD Safe Routes to School: Federal Program
The Gilroy Unified School District has developed a comprehensive education and outreach plan to encourage more students to walk and bicycle to school in a safe manner. They are currently implementing the plan for the seven elementary schools and three middle schools in the City of Gilroy. These activities are part of the comprehensive GUSD plan. This project will include outreach and education activities for the Antonio Del Buono Elementary School as the pilot school in conjunction with providing a safer route to the school. The outreach and education element includes the following activities: student traffic safety workshops and rodeos; bicycle safety workshops; parent training workshops to support the creation of "Walking School Buses" and address parent concerns relative to student safety; and use of "Student Passports" where student track walking and bicycling ti school and receive stickers or other tokens for reaching key milestones.
Safety Plan in Place at RI Schools
RI Education Commissioner Deborah Gist outlines the plan put in place for a tragedy like the one in Newtown.
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Plan Liberia Ebola Response Success Story WASH In Schools
Protecting Students Against Ebola with WASH Equipment By Ben Ammi Kitson Voinjama, Lofa County Ganta, Nimba County Northern Liberia 23 April 2015 Students’ feet sounds in a queue to the splattering chlorinated water for hands washing as the young pupils trekked to classes after devotion at the Voinjama Public School in Lofa County in Northwestern Liberia. This is the beginning of classes after several months of sitting home due to the Ebola epidemic. They joyfully formed queues to wash their hands and check their temperatures before entering the school building as preventive measures against the Ebola virus. “We reached a key milestone in this emergency response. We were able to reopen the schools because schools have been kept closed for many months because of Ebola and the fear to expose the children; so school were closed”, says Oumarou Koala, Country Director of Plan Liberia. He added “Now I can see that today children are going back to school, I am really impressed. I am happy for that because as an international NGO focused on children, our main objective is to give to each child the potential to grow and to read and to write.” The charity group, Plan International Liberia conducted training for 642 school administrators and PTA members from 214 schools on the Liberian Government approved “Safe School Protocol”. They have also equipped 400 public spaces with hand washing stations in Nimba, Lofa and Bomi. “We are grateful to Plan Liberia for providing hand wash material and sanitary kits for our school”. Mr. David Ballah, Voinjama Public School Principal exhales. Voinjama Public School students were also taught how to operate the thermometer and they are currently in charge and are insisting that every student wash his or her hands before entering the campus. Also students of the St. Lawrence Catholic School are keen on following the preventive methods against the Ebola virus. “I feel pleased because every day we wash our hands before students enter the campus. We forced them to wash their hands and we thank God that at least we see people to come around us to tell us every day to wash our hands because washing hands is good.” says Josephine Yeanay, 12th Grade Student at the St. Lawrence Catholic School. Harry N. Browne and Abel Peters contributed to this story; edited by E. Orlind Cooper
Anti Bullying In Schools - A Lead Role In The General School Safety Plan?
http://www.stop-bullies.com/ If you are the parent of a child attending elementary, middle, or high school, there is a very high chance that your child has witnessed bullying behavior committed against younger or more vulnerably exposed students. For this reason anti bullying in schools should take on a key role of the general school Safety Plan and be developed within a Comprehensive Education Plan, allowing for funding to be allocated throughout the school year for new programs.
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First Student Olathe shares winter safety plan
First Student in Olathe runs over 250 bus routes, 170 days a year.
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Safe School Audit
Safe School Audit
Views: 99 Jennifer Huber
JERSEY CITY UNITED: "SAFE SCHOOL ROUTES PLAN from: Hudson County View (Reporter: John Heinis) 2016 JCBOE: Luis Felipe Fernandez, Asmaa Abdalla, Matthew Schapiro
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Safe Schools in Myanmar
This film shows how children can be central to any preparation for imminent disaster. Filmed with children and schools in Myanmar, the film looks at a child-centred risk reduction project set up by Plan International. The project shows that children can lead on disaster risk reduction activities, particularly within a school environment, making their school and the pupils safe in an emergency.
Views: 824 Plan International
What do girls really learn at school? Learn Without Fear
Every girl has the right to learn without fear. But millions of girls worldwide experience violence at school or are at serious risk. This film shows they can be bullied, hassled and intimidated on their way to school and sexually harassed or attacked. Violence at school can significantly hold back a girl’s chances of succeeding at school and beyond. Help make sure girls enjoy a safe education and fulfil their potential. Join us now – http://plan-uk.org/learnwithoutfear WARNING: This film contains content of a violent and sexual nature which some viewers may find distressing. #LearnWithoutFear If you’re a child affected by bullying or violence, please call Childline free on 0800 1111. If you’re concerned about a child’s safety, please call the NCPCC’s helpline on 0808 800 5000
Views: 63257 Plan International UK