Hiring female security officers can improve school security efforts. They may be more likely to identify signs of gender-based incidents and can be a resource to female students and staff.
Surgeon general Vivek Murthy warned last week that social media poses a profound risk to children, with excessive use impacting sleep, relationships and depression that can lead to suicidal thoughts.
Once a model partnership that brought the University of South Florida tens of millions in revenue, its relationship with an international student pathway company is ending in the courtroom.
Employers can't rely on a vendor's assurances that its AI tool complies with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. If the tool results in an adverse discriminatory impact, the employer may be liable.
The second annual Merrimack College Teacher Survey shows that two-thirds of teachers say they’re satisfied with their jobs, up from 56% last year. 20% percent say they’re “very satisfied,” up from 12%.
On a regular basis, independent schools should reflect on their current policies and procedures as stated in their handbooks, analyze which still function well and which do not. Consider these points.
The IRS has announced 2024 HSA limits, adjusted for inflation. These impact the annual contribution limitation and what qualifies as a high deductible health plan among other areas.
NBOA President and CEO Jeff Shields was the guest on the Associations Thrive podcast, in the episode released May 11, 2023. He discussed how NBOA, born in 1998, is a "digital native" association.
If the lifespans of Google Chromebooks expanded twofold, U.S. schools could save $1.8 billion.
Hackers hijacked Bluefield University’s emergency alerts system this week and, in what appears to be a first, used it to issue threats to students and faculty: their files would be leaked online.
Leaders from four federal agencies issued a joint statement last week on the use of artificial intelligence and automated systems.
Despite the high challenge numbers, a library association poll shows a large majority of Americans don't believe in banning books.
Two of the nation’s big credit rating agencies reported dire financial outlooks for the year for the higher education sector.
Results of the 2023 School Safety Survey reveal that 60% of school leaders cited mental health issues as the greatest obstacle to school safety.
A popular middle school principal in Louisiana has used viral TikTok videos not only to connect with students but also to demonstrate the strong culture of the school, which helps recruit teachers.
Crypto assets that meet proposed requirements would be marked to fair value, with changes in fair value recognized in net income. Transaction costs would be recognized as an expense when incurred.
In January 2023, OSHA dramatically expanded the circumstances when it can issue “instance-by-instance” citations to employers and discouraged the grouping of similar citations under a single penalty.
(from EdSpaces) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), is designed to help K-12 schools adopt a systems-based approach to school physical security planning and implementation.
When many organizations talk about DEI, they overlook neurodiversity as well as the education and conflict resolution processes that are critical for creating safe spaces and productive environments.
Today’s CFO must be not just a consumer of technology and enterprise applications but rather have a deep understanding of how digital products and services are driving competitive advantage.