Crisis Management

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    Responding to the Measles Outbreak

    The 2019 measles outbreak infected at least 500 people in 20 states, including students at schools and colleges. Read this Insights piece for measles prevention recommendations and tips to develop an effective crisis response plan.
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    Increased Risks and Costs of Arming Educators

    Recent school shootings have renewed the conversation about arming K-12 educators. Some schools have armed teachers in place as authorized by the state, county, or school board. Others are weighing the benefits and dangers. Arming teachers or other staff can disrupt the educational atmosphere, even when the intention is to improve safety. When deciding whether to arm staff, schools should consider the heightened costs, risks, and liability.
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    Preventing Campus Suicide Clusters

    According to the Jed Foundation (Jed) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students, with approximately 1,500 suicides each year.
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    Crisis Response Learning Program

    Crisis Response Learning Program

    This learning program was developed to help your institution prepare, improve upon, and test your plan for responding to a wide range of potential internal crises that are unique to educational institutions.

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