Landmark Federal Investigation - Tehachapi Unified School District
A seven month investigation by the Departments of Justice and Department of Education is being called a landmark case with serious and expensive consequences for School Boards and School Administrators.
To learn more about the recent settlement with Tehachapi Unified School District and how your school can improve bullying documentation and response to prevent the preventable, please fill out the request form.
Federal Investigation - University of Notre Dame Harassment
A federal investigation by the U.S. Education Department’s Office of Civil Rights resulted in a Resolution Agreement with the University of Notre Dame regarding its handling of sexual-harassment cases.
In addition to the federal investigation, several dangerous and alarming trends reveal mounting concerns and questions for college presidents, student affairs leaders, legal personnel and many others.
Alarming Gapidemic in Higher Education
Increasing costs associated with status quo methods for compliance, safety, legal defensibility, risk management, information privacy, accreditations, deliberate indifference, audits and etc. must be replaced with more efficient 21st century platforms.
Top 12 Tips for School Leaders in 2012
Information your school leaders (Board Members, Superintendents, Principals, Student Services, Safety Teams and others) need to know to effectively prevent serious and expensive consequences with lifelong effects on students, families and communities.
9 Myths of Student Safety
Unfortunately, when it comes to Student Safety there are way too many myths.
This document, written by Awareity’s CEO and Founder Rick Shaw, shares real evidence from incidents, tragedies and lessons learned to help all school and college administrators realize how Student Safety myths are putting their students, faculty, staff, community, reputation and bottom line at risk.
2013 Student Safety Report
The 2013 Student Safety Report helps explain why so many incidents and tragedies in schools are not prevented. Students see and hear about things most school administrators don’t. Students are talking about concerning behaviors (hurting others, self-harm/cutting themselves, suicidal ideations, bringing weapons to school, drugs/alcohol and other risks) among themselves, but unfortunately this information is not being shared with the right people.