Month: June 2012

Safety Law News for 6/28/12

After an assault on an elementary school bus, the Massachusetts superintendent announced that students involved were disciplined—and that students on this bus must now adhere to a seating chart. A Florida student claims that educators disciplined her for reporting the…

Safety Law News for 6/26/12

The Illinois Senate approved legislation that would permit police to share juvenile information with educators, when students are violent outside of school and are believed to pose an immediate threat to others. As Tampa educators and SROs win student trust,…

Safety Law News for 6/22/12

 A federal judge held that a Georgia school was not responsible for a student’s suicide when he hanged himself. The court found that, even though educators could have done more to prevent bullying against the student, they did respond to…