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New School Program To Provide Affordable Safety And Federal Special Education Grant Assistance For U.S. Schools
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.
Attorneys – School Administrators – School Board Members
On Thursday, May 2, 2013, at 2 p.m. ET, The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with school safety experts Andy Demidont and Dale Yeager, will present a free, one-hour, interactive webinar, LIABILITY ISSUES WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS, for all legal professionals. Click here to register for this webinar.
SERAPH School Safety & Education Management
A WELL MANAGED SCHOOL IS A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE SCHOOL
SERAPH SCHOOL SERVICES provides problem solving for School Administrators, School Boards and Departments of Education.
Congressional School Safety Expert Says School Bus Beating, Evidence Of Poor Management By School Administrators
Dale Yeager a school safety expert says that the recent school bus beating of a 13 year old girl in Marion County School District is indicative of the poor management of students and staff that he sees as epidemic throughout U.S. schools.
Yeager who heads a research team which has provided three reports to Congress on school safety says the lack of training and management is at the heart of school bus related crime.
“Over the last 20 years and 28,000 schools we find a serious issue with the management of staff and students. This is at the heart of crimes such as this one, states Yeager. The dirty secret in American education is that disconnected and lazy Administrators significantly contribute to crimes against students.”
How the Budget Battle Has Endangered Law Enforcement and the Public
Since January 1 of this year over 90 local, state and federal law enforcement officers and special agents have been killed.
A war has been declared on cops by radical political groups, violent loners and organized crime gangs. The general public is not aware of this problem but I am. As a Federal law enforcement trainer I have watched as the budget debate has dramatically affected police training throughout the country.
A new report entitled “The State of School Safety in American Schools” speaks of sexual assault, violent cliques and violent parents as commonplace in the nation’s schools.
The report was developed by the SERAPH Research team of SERAPH.net a group composed of educators and crime researchers. The team used interviews with 1,520 educators, 925 law enforcement officials and numerous scientific studies to create a detailed assessment of problems facing American schools.