- published: 24 Mar 2017
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An incident between a school resource officer and a student at a South Carolina high school is under investigation after video emerged Monday showing the officer tossing the student across a classroom floor. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
School Resource Network's (SRN's) mission supports the education of future community leaders by lending a helpful hand to families, teachers and schools in need. You can give the gift of enrichment! By reaching out, your donation goes to funding school supplies, backpacks, uniforms, health kits, teacher's needs, community gardens and much more for low-income students and public schools in Louisville, KY. Visit our website at http://www.schoolresourcenetwork.org to learn more and to donate today! Special Thanks to Rina Gratz of Wilkerson Traditional Elementary School for interviewing with us!
Broadcast Media students at Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, NJ created this news story to explain how strong public school libraries support students. Sponsored by the AASL Ruth Toor Grant for Strong Public School Libraries.
This month's This is Who We Are features the Edmonton Police Service's School Resource Officer (SRO) Unit. A primary function of the School Resource Officer today is to assist the school administration in ensuring a safe and caring place of learning for students and staff, balancing enforcement with prevention and intervention.
15 new student resource officers will be added to Phoenix public schools, putting parents a little more at ease. The budget cuts in recent years left may schools without the officers. With the recent rise in school shootings, school resource officers can only be seen as a blessing to the parents of students at these schools. Cronkite News reporter Tara Molina has the story. Links: http://asroa.org/ http://www.azed.gov/prevention-programs/school-safety-program/ https://www.facebook.com/asroa
The Aurora Public Schools Foundation is working to create Career and College Resource Centers in every Aurora High School. Join us in ensuring all students are prepared for opportunities after high school. Learn more at www.EducateAurora.org
Dr. Dale Fisher, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, provides more information on working, learning and interacting in our school district. If you'd like to learn more about working in our district, please visiting dps109.org/human-resources
The Health Resource Center was created in response to growing STI rates and lack of sexual education in Boston. The Health Resource Center is now in 9 Boston Public High Schools teaching a curriculum called Making Proud Choices. In addition to the classroom education the HRC also has an office space where they are able to do 1 on 1 education, give out free condoms and provide STI testing at some locations.
The School District of Philadelphia is a school district based in the School District of Philadelphia Education Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that includes all public schools in the city of Philadelphia. Established in 1818, it is the eighth largest school district in the nation. The School Board was created in 1850 to oversee the schools of Philadelphia. The Act of Assembly of April 5, 1867, designated that the Controllers of the Public Schools of Philadelphia were to be appointed by the judges of the Court of Common Pleas. There was one Controller to be appointed from each ward. This was done to eliminate politics from the management of the schools. Eventually, the management of the school district was given to a school board appointed by the mayor. This continued until 2001 wh...
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K-9 Tootsie and K-9 Shiloh are now on duty in Seminole County’s public schools. The dogs are part of a new School Resource Deputy K-9 pilot program beginning this school year in partnership with Seminole County Public Schools. The K-9 deputies will interact with students and staff on campus to help create rapport with law enforcement and help relieve anxiety and stress.
We visited this resource room in our efforts to research the best education practices for VI kids. Currently our district, Seattle Public Schools, implements an itinerant model that sends Vision service providers to the children at their home schools. This model has been problematic as the heavy case load makes their availability to the VI kids and their teams quite limited. Edmonds School District to the north of Seattle utilizes a resource room model that sends all of the elementary aged Vi kids in the district to a magnet school, Hazelwood, where they receive comprehensive support for VI related needs. This is a brief video I took of the resource room. The Teacher for the Visually Impaired who is in charge of the room is not the one being filmed (she's a new aide) as she was on a c...
MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) Nine high school students were arrested Thursday after police say a brawl broke out on Murphy High School's campus just as school was letting out. Annie Rhone's granddaughter is a student at Murphy High School. She was appalled to hear that seven Murphy High School students and two LeFlore High School students dressed in Murphy uniforms were fighting in the parking lot. They were all hauled off to the Strickland Youth Center on Thursday. "Kids need to have more respect for each other. You know, respect each other and not fight about little things because it's dangerous and unnecessary," said Rhone. "I would tell all the Mobile County Public School System students, don't do it. Think before you do because we're going to maintain order and it will be dealt with very...
Budget problems may force Toledo Public Schools to yank police officers from schools after Christmas break. TPS and Toledo police traditionally split the cost of school resource officers each year—a practice that's been going on for more than a decade. TPS picked up the cost through the end of this calendar year; TPS will be responsible for the second semester. However, whether that practice continues depends on passage of the November tax levy. Parents can rely on police to be on campus until Christmas Break, but beyond that is in question.
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