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Biennial Women in Cybersecurity Report Reveals that Female Representation in Industry Remains Stagnant

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Industry Leaders Join Forces to Call for Greater Diversity to Close the Cybersecurity Workforce Gap, Expected to Reach 1.8 Million by 2022 According to new research from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education™ (the Center) and the Executive Women’s …

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School officials arrested for failure to report sexual contact between students

Two Roberts-Naylor K-8 School officials have been arrested because police say they did not report sexual contact between two students.

On Tuesday the Tucson Police Department says the school’s vice principal, 45-year-old Bernadette Rosthenhausler and a school counselor, 60-year-old Linda Archuleta, were arrested. They are facing class 6 felony charges for failure to report a reportable offense.

The incident between the students happened on March 1, according to a release from TPD sent Tuesday. Officers say a boy student made sexual contact with a girl student when a teacher momentarily left a classroom at Roberts-Naylor K-8.

The teacher reported the incident to Rosthenhausler, and according to TPD, an internal investigation was initiated.

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Disabled Students Most Likely To Endure Bullying, Least Able To Report

Earlier this month Here & Now reported on the beating of a white 18 year old with schizophrenia. Many pointed out that his attackers were black, and attributed the incident to racism. But disabilities advocates, and others, saw something else: a very common attack on a vulnerable disabled person.

Disabilities advocates note that disabled students are twice as likely to be victims of bullying as their non-disabled peers. Among those groups is Pacer, which operates a National Bullying Prevention Center. Julie Hertzog, the center’s director, talks with Here & Now‘s Robin Young about the issue.

On challenges for parents who have a child with a disability

“My husband and I are parents to David, who is now a 20-year-old young man who was born with Down syndrome, and some other really significant medical issues.

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Report: LGBT students still face discrimination at school – Education Week

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Many State Report Cards Leave Parents in the Dark About School Achievement – Inside School Research – Education Week

With jargon, “meaningless” tables and missing data, state report cards can be difficult for parents to use, a new report shows.

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A VICTIM’S GUIDE TO HOW TO REPORT SCAMMERS

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Black Teachers Feel Pigeonholed, Hindered as Professionals, Report Says – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

The report found that black teachers across the country feel a tension between their connection with black students and their desire to teach all populations of students.

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What Motivates Teachers to Earn PD ‘Micro-Credentials’? New Report Offers Insights – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

In three case studies, the group Teaching Matters found that teachers need ongoing coaching and incentives to earn micro-credentials.

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Report: Miss. District Floats Desegregation Plan That Would Close Black Schools – District Dossier – Education Week

The Cleveland, Miss., school district was ordered in May to integrate its middle and high schools after a U.S. District Court judge found that the district had essentially maintained a segregated school system. But the district’s proposal to comply with the order would result in the closure of historically black schools, the AP reported.

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Black Children Are More Likely To Get Hit By School Teachers, Report Says

When Wendy Chandler received a back-to-school packet from her daughter’s Alabama elementary school in 2013, she was stunned. Included in the packet was a permission slip asking if school staff members could administer corporal punishment on her child as a form of discipline. 

Chandler said that she did not give permission and wrote a note at the bottom of the slip that said: “I can not imagine how it would ever be ok to show violence towards anyone. Hitting a child is beyond disgraceful. Anyone who could hit a child should be put in jail.”

At the time, Chandler had assumed that corporal punishment was no longer allowed in schools.

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