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In new school buildings, safety starts with design

The new school’s hallways were empty, save for a quiet custodian wiping tiny black scuff marks from the floor. There were no lockers slamming, no high-pitched giggles, no groups of…

Improper Computer Furniture is a Looming Legal Liability for Schools

Court cases for “repetitive motion injuries” and “carpal tunnel syndrome” are waiting to happen to schools. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health estimates such injuries amount to $27…

Bush plan would shield educators from discipline-based lawsuits

Bush plan would shield educators from discipline- based lawsuits Allowing teachers to reasonably enforce discipline and providing more character education for students would improve safety at America’s schools, Texas Gov.…

Filter Installation Without Training Spells Frustration in NYC Schools

The New York City Board of Education is catching some heat over its system-wide internet filtering application after teachers and students complained the program was stymieing legitimate research on the…

Report Documents State Disparities in Student-to-Computer Ratios

California, home of Silicon Valley, has the worst computer-to-student ratio of any state in the nation. In the District of Columbia, in the region handling 65 percent of the world’s…

New software could help administrators recognize warning signs of violence

School administrators who are concerned about tracking and predicting potentially violent behavior in their students soon will have access to a new software program that promises to help do this…

Clinton seeks schools’ aid on uninsured children

In his latest effort to reduce the number of Americans lacking health insurance, President Clinton called on public schools Oct. 12 to play a bigger part in identifying and enrolling…

High school educators screen teens for signs of depression

For a student, it’s in some ways the ideal test: no studying needed; no correct answers; not even a name required. The results, however, could have serious implications for the…

Berkeley aims to dish up pesticide-free lunches

The humble school lunch is about to turn into food for thought under an ambitious plan by the Berkeley, Calif., Unified School District to bring organic fare to cafeteria tables.…

Newslines– Wichita district targets unsafe student drivers

Faced with mounting safety concerns, Wichita, Kansas, school officials are bringing in more armed officers. But these officers won’t be patrolling hallways or lunchrooms. They’ll be out in the parking…