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SCHOOL SAFETY FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS FUNDRAISER PROJECT

kickstarter special education project

kickstarter special education project

 

A Breakthrough School Safety Project To Provide Real Time Safety for Students With Special Needs.

 

THE PROBLEM

Schools – both public and private throughout the United States have failed to protect students especially Special Needs students [ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Autism] from Bullying and Sex Assault. They routinely VIOLATE the federal law known as IDEA Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. A recent letter from the USDOE to school administrators and Special Education Directors addressed the issue of violent acts directed at Special Needs students and their responsibility to uphold IDEA. School leadership must be reminded to uphold a federal law that is over 10 years old?

New School Program To Provide Affordable Safety And Federal Special Education Grant Assistance For U.S. Schools

Special Education SERAPH Help

Special Education SERAPH Help

 

A new training program entitled the SCHOOL SAFETY ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM which provides schools with federal level training to assist in securing Special Education funding has been announced today.

 

The new program trains and certifies school based personnel to audit their safety, emergency management and Special Education systems – known by the U.S. Department of Education as a Climate Assessment. This assessment provides important documentation for schools to apply for Federal grant monies.

 

Feds Warn Schools On Bullying Of Kids With Disabilities IDEA Crackdown

In response to a record number of complaints about bullying, U.S. Department of Education officials sent out a detailed letter to the nation’s schools outlining their legal responsibilities to students with disabilities.

 

The U.S. Department of Education said in a letter to school officials this week that they are obligated under federal law to respond immediately when bullying of students with disabilities is suspected and act to halt attacks and prevent any recurrence.

 

The letter comes after an ever-increasing number of complaints and law suits related to bullying of special needs students have occurred in recent years.

Superintendents School Board Members: ACCURATE FACTS AND ASSISTANCE IN PROTECTING YOUR SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS FROM EBOLA

SERAPH School Safety

SERAPH School Safety

 

The United States has an outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) which is harmful to children.

 

You have questions about the Ebola virus. The U.S. Department of Education has a number of informational resources to share with you.

 

Most of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cases this year of EV-D68 infection have been among children.

 

CDC resources about EV-D68 for Parents:

 

Special Education: FEDERAL SCHOOL FUNDING CRISIS FOR ALL LOCAL DISTRICTS

School-Funding SERAPH

School-Funding SERAPH

 

The current influx of undocumented immigrant children from Central and South America has created a financial crisis for school districts throughout the United States.

 
Headlines from nation’s newspapers tell the tale of financial stress as school districts’ seek aide from the federal government.

 

  • Illegal border children taxing resources inside U.S. schools USA TODAY
  • Illegal Immigrant Children In The Classroom, Schools Brace For 50,000 New Students
  • Cost of educating new class of illegal immigrant minors estimated at over $760M

 

FCC to Spend $2 Billion to Improve Wi-Fi in Schools

Schools Wi-Fi

Schools Wi-Fi

 

The Federal Communications Commission plans to spend $2 billion in the next two years to ensure American students have access to fast Wi-Fi networks at schools and libraries.

 
Schools have complained for years that their Internet connections are too slow to take advantage of new educational tools. Friday, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced his long-awaited plan to revamp the E-Rate program, which funds communications services at schools and libraries. The FCC plans to spend $1 billion in both 2015 and 2016 to connect an additional 10 million students to Wi-Fi, and will wind down funding for landlines, pagers and other non-broadband services.

Controversial Presentation To Be Given at Federal GovSec Conference DC

PETA Terrorism

PETA Terrorism

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Controversial Presentation To Be Given at Federal GovSec Conference DC

A training session for federal law enforcement officials has members of various politically left U.S. groups disturbed by the content.

‘THE FORGOTTEN DOMESTIC TERRORISTS: Radical Left-Wing Gangs in America’, will be presented at the national GovSec – Government Security – conference Tuesday May 13th

[ http://govsecinfo.com/Events/GovSec-2014/Sessions/Tuesday/LE1-3.aspx ].

The presentation given by Forensic Profiler Dale Yeager of SERAPH and Peirce College Criminal Justice Professor Robert Brzenchek focuses on groups such as PETA, Direct Action, Straight Edge and Juggalos and their connection to domestic terrorism.

U.S. Department of Education Releases List of Colleges and Universities with Title IX Sexual Violence Investigations. Several Ivy League & K-12 schools involved.

College-Sexual-Assault

College-Sexual-Assault

 

The U.S. Department of Education‘s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) released today a list of the higher education institutions under investigation for possible violations of federal law over the handling of sexual violence and harassment complaints.

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all education programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance. In the past, Department officials confirmed individual Title IX investigations at institutions, but today’s list is the first comprehensive look at which campuses are under review by OCR for possible violations of the law’s requirements around sexual violence.

BULLY RESEARCH BREAKTHROUGH As popularity rises, so does risk of being bullied

Bullying help students SERAPH

Bullying help students SERAPH

 

Michelle Healy, USA TODAY

New research suggests that as students become more popular and climb the social hierarchy of middle and high school, they are at increased risk for gossip, harassment and even physical attacks from rivals competing for status.

And the adverse consequences of that bullying — including increased depression, anxiety and anger, and decreased school attachment — are magnified the more popular the victim, according to the paper published in April’s American Sociological Review.

THE REAL STORY: Alex Hribal & the Franklin Regional High School – School Stabbing

Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville PA  Alex Hribal

Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville PA Alex Hribal

 

The recent knife attack at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville PA by student Alex Hribal is another in a long line of school crimesNewtown Public School District Sandy Hook Elementary, Virginia Tech and Columbine – to name a few.

 

But what are the facts?

  • Attack occurred just before the first class was scheduled to begin.

  • Alex Hribal 16-year-old male suspect –used two kitchen knives.

  • 22 injured including Capital Asset Protection security guard John Resetar.