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FBI, Homeland Security kick off Colorado School Safety Summit

Fox News

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What are new ways to prevent bullying in schools? Summit attendees seek to find out

9News

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What does the future of school safety in Colorado look like?

The Denver Post

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No one knows if Colorado programs are making schools safer, state auditor reports

Denver Post

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For Some School Staff, Back-To-School Means Back To The Shooting Range

KUNC

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Students learning to tackle active shooters

The Denver Post

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Pearson data breach revives concerns about student privacy in Colorado

Chalkbeat

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STEM School guard who accidentally shot student while trying to stop May attack wasn’t supposed to be armed

The Colorado Sun

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Colorado lawmakers consider prospect of statewide school safety reforms

9 News

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Safe2Tell receiving fewer false tips, but parents concerned students are using the anonymous platform to bully

FOX 31 KDVR

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Broncos help high schoolers navigate social media

The Denver Channel 

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If Colorado wants to stop the next school shooting, the state needs to get on the same page, lawmakers say

The Colorado Sun

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Tips to Colorado’s Safe2Tell hotline hit another record as new school year begins

The Denver Post

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Committees present ideas to improve safety, mental health in schools

Douglas County News Press

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$10 million for Douglas County school safety could go to mental health support

The Denver Post

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Cyberbullying Is on the Rise Among Teenagers, National Survey Finds

A new report by the National Center for Education Statistics speaks to cyberbullying. Recent media coverage includes:

Cyberbullying Is on the Rise Among Teenagers, National Survey Finds
Education Week

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How Colorado lawmakers are trying to make schools safer

Chalkbeat

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Five takeaways from the first meeting [School Safety Interim Committee]

The Denver Post

  1. It’s difficult to know what works
  2. The committee isn’t supposed to be political
  3. The committee faces some serious constraints
  4. The issue looks different, depending on the school
  5. Those on the ground say they need more help
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Panel hears progress report on school safety measures

The Denver Post

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Mental health training mandatory for Colorado coaches

The Journal-Advocate

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