This year, the Kentucky Center for School Safety has announced that Kentucky Safe Schools Week is set for Oct. 21–27. This year's theme is “BE INCREDIBLE, Reveal Your Superhero!”
A proactive violence prevention program is empowering students to keep their schools safe.
A new report from the Kentucky Center for School Safety – "Addressing Bullying Incidents in Kentucky Schools: A Principal’s Perspective" – examines the issues surrounding bullying in schools from the perspective of Kentucky principals and assistant principals .
While the legislature was focused this session on how to deal with the state’s underfunded pension systems, a few education bills made it into law.
Building self-esteem is a central point of this year’s campaign by the Kentucky Center for School Safety.
Schools at the elementary, middle and high levels reveal how they combat bullying.
The U.S. Department of Education (USED) has released a free, two-part training toolkit designed to reduce incidents of bullying. The toolkit was developed by the Safe and Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center, supported by USED’s Office of Safe and Healthy Students, in collaboration with the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers. Module 1 consists of step-by-step [...]
At its study session on Monday and regular meeting on Tuesday, the Kentucky Board of Education heard several presentations and took action on a number of items.
It’s important to emphasize efforts to both prevent and address bullying in Kentucky schools. The following comments from Kentucky Board of Education Chair David Karem were included in the board’s June “Board Notes” newsletter: “At its June 6 meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education received a briefing on how the Kentucky Center for School Safety and the Kentucky Department of [...]
A series of three student workbooks highlighting general issues of bullying and the specific issues of those who are bullied and those who bully is available at www.textercise.co.uk/books/bullying-series. Other materials are available at www.textercisebooks.co.uk.