Preventing Violence in Schools: How to Encourage Students to Report Threats
Mar 9, 2023
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The cover story describes how K–12 schools can build trust with students to increase threat reporting and strengthen school safety. A second feature highlights how RAND and Pardee RAND collaborated with local tribes, scientists, and other research institutions to build an early warning system for landslides in Sitka, Alaska. A commentary by Jessica Welburn Paige examines how to help African-Americans gain generational wealth. The Q&A with Ashley Woo explores how restrictions on race- and gender-related topics are affecting teachers.
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