But President Trump catches heat for seeming to back away from raising minimum purchase age for rifles; Kevin Corke reports from the White House. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most watched television news channel for more than 15 years and according to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll, is the most trusted television news source in the country. Owned by 21st Century Fox, FNC is available in more than 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre. Subscribe to Fox News! https://www.youtube.com/user/FoxNewsChannel Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ Watch full episodes of your favorite shows The Five: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-five/ Special Report with Bret Baier: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-special-report/ The Story with Martha Maccallum: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-story-with-martha-maccallum/ Tucker Carlson Tonight http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-tucker-carlson-tonight/ Hannity http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-hannity/ The Ingraham Angle: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-ingraham-angle/ Fox News @ Night: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-fox-news-night/ Follow Fox News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foxnews/
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This video describes the Basic Rider Course (BRC), which introduces beginner riders to the fundamentals of motorcycling and basic safety and keeps older riders up-to-date -- especially those who haven't ridden in a while. The courses include five hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of on-bike instruction, conducted in a parking lot (if you don't have a bike and/or helmet, one will be provided). The final evaluation is a written, multiple choice knowledge test and an end-of-course skills test. This course is free for all Pennsylvania residents with a valid motorcycle license or motorcycle learner's permit. Get more information about the Basic Riders Course, including locations and registration information, on the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program (PAMSP) website at www.PAMSP.com.
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How will Pennsylvania Schools handle the new law Chapter 10.8 Safe Schools that went into effect July 7, 2012. How will documents be stored, managed and submitted to emergency services? What is your school district doing to really be prepared www.USLifeSafety.com and www.YourLife-Counts.com This video is a wake-up call for school administrators to be sure to have a solid backup plan in the event important plans and documents cannot be handed to first responders during an incident or disaster. The Life-Counts® information sharing network lets this information be shared with schools and local first responders online before or even during an incident or disaster. Our thanks to the Canon-McMillan School District, Canonsburg Mayor Rhome, police and fire departments, North Strabane police and fire departments, S.W.A.T. effort and all the remaining volunteers/actors who gave of their time without compensation to support US Life Safety's program "Improving Emergency Preparedness for Schools". This video was filmed on June 27 and 28, 2012. How will Pennsylvania School Districts handle the new law, Chapter 10.8 that went into effect July 7, 2012? What is your school district doing to really be prepared www.USLifeSafety.com and www.YourLife-Counts.com
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Parents and school workers are enter the second day of a fast for safe schools. Watch and see why they have taken this step to demand the city an state make safety in Philadelphia schools a priority. "The fast is to protect our children... Without funding to keep the student safety staff it will be an unsafe environment, they won't get an education and they will only get harmed. Parents won't be able to rest. It is a snowball effect that will affect everyone eventually." - Marcia Teagle School food service worker participating in the fast Read the full press release on the fast: http://www.mediamobilizing.org/updates/breaking-news-school-lunchtime-workers-and-parents-going-without-food Follow the strike on Unite HERE! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Unite-Here-Philadelphia/205739642795251
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Check out our New Biography Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/biographics There’s a lot of pressure on schools these days, both to perform academically and mold their students into productive members of society. Given that most kids are, well, terrible, schools can be given a lot of leeway when it comes to making mistakes. Then you have these 10 schools, which couldn’t have made worse decisions if they tried. →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 Help us translate our videos: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_queue?msg=10&tab=0 - Learn more why you might want to help: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6052538 Find more lists at: http://www.toptenz.net Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Business inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org Other TopTenz Videos: Are These 10 Things Actually Possible? https://youtu.be/YaPvYRvzQiM?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnLt3JIYHY_PUk7TrxFJZFGK Top 10 Interesting Facts About the Placebo Effect https://youtu.be/aP6eUrd148I?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnLyDzDNeyvA6ZKu5_jMYMip Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-mind-bogglingly-terrible-decisions-made-schools.php Coming up: 10. School lets kid dress up like Hitler… while students from a Jewish school are visiting 9. School tries to ban Harry Potter for being about magic, allows students to read Chronicles of Narnia series 8. High Schools gives MacBook to every student, spies on them 7. School suspends kid for wearing Pepsi shirt on “Coke Day” 6. School suspends South African student for trying to have himself nominated for a distinguished African-American Student award 5. School shuts down because of first verse of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song 4. A school once banned To Kill a Mockingbird and got dunked on by Harper Lee 3. School suspends boy for having Pop-Tart shaped like gun 2. School lets asthmatic boy die because he wasn’t allowed to carry around his inhaler 1. High school teacher makes kids wear cone of shame Source/Further reading: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/sep/09/principal-regrets-allowing-student-to-dress-up-as-hitler-for-book-week?CMP=twt_gu http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/693779.stm https://www.computerworld.com/article/2521075/windows-pcs/pennsylvania-schools-spying-on-students-using-laptop-webcams--claims-lawsuit.html https://www.computerworld.com/article/2521075/windows-pcs/pennsylvania-schools-spying-on-students-using-laptop-webcams--claims-lawsuit.html https://youtu.be/i2AK6VLlLi4 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/1452762/White-boy-suspended-for-claiming-African-prize.html https://youtu.be/3qHA366oRMs https://www.yahoo.com/news/blogs/sideshow/fresh-prince-theme-leads-school-lockdown-224259936.html https://www.theguardian.com/books/2006/mar/02/news.michellepauli https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/boy-suspended-for-chewing-breakfast-pastry-into-a-gun-shape-will-get-hearing/2013/09/13/8326c878-1bf6-11e3-8685-5021e0c41964_story.html?utm_term=.e383964981f5 http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/ontario-mom-urges-schools-to-let-asthmatic-kids-carry-puffers-1.2455861 https://youtu.be/-mmz0s4Ob_g http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/florida-teacher-faces-firing-placing-cone-shame-students-article-1.1075703
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In PennDOT's four-video series for pedestrian safety, "Walk This Way" shows elementary-school aged children what a walker is and how to safely walk. It also stresses the importance of walking with a parent/guardian/older sibling, and shows dangerous crossing situations and how to address them.
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The stabbing spree that left nearly two dozen students injured in suburban Pittsburgh this week came as Plainedge High School in Massapequa installed what could have been one of the most advanced school security systems in the nation. CBS 2's Carolyn Gusoff reports. Official Site: http://newyork.cbslocal.com/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CBSNewYork Twitter: @cbsnewyork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSNewYork
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The Delaware County District Attorney's office and Delaware County Council Preventing and Preparing for the Active Shooter- April 15, 2013
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A school administrator is on leave after a secret recording revealed he suggested sabotaging plans to keep drinking water safe in Nashville area schools. CBS affiliate WTVF has reported on the dangerous lead levels in some of the district's schools for nearly a year. Anna Werner reports. Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http://bit.ly/1T88yAR Watch the latest installment of "Note to Self," only on "CBS This Morning," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Sh8XlB Follow "CBS This Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q7NGnY Like "CBS This Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1LhtdvI Follow "CBS This Morning" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Xj5W3p Follow "CBS This Morning" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1SIM4I8 Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B Delivered by Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King, "CBS This Morning" offers a thoughtful, substantive and insightful source of news and information to a daily audience of 3 million viewers. The Emmy Award-winning broadcast presents a mix of daily news, coverage of developing stories of national and global significance, and interviews with leading figures in politics, business and entertainment. Check local listings for "CBS This Morning" broadcast times.
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A local school superintendent in Pa. has testified to state lawmakers that students in his district have rocks in their classroom that could be used as a last resort against a school shooter. (March 23) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
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Local School Districts taking precautions ahead of solar eclipse
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In light of comments by Commissioner Stohler, Commissioner Litz took a field trip to see the north and south mountain EMA towers. Like most counties, Lebanon County is cash strapped with needs but no money to fund those needs. In light of the current Economic Stimulus Package, an adequate alternate Public Service Answering Point facility would take Lebanon County from barely holding our heads above water to becoming a leader in the community, especially when it comes to training volunteers on topics from Ag Terrorism to Safe Schools Planning. •Land is available. •The Municipal Building is not bomb proof. •A hill on site could serve as a bunker for the hardened section. •Fire School training is close to the proposed facility. •Infrastructure is available to the site. I cant think of a better investment than the safety of a community. The construction or improvement of an EMA facility will help us to meet federal and state guidelines (with a fully functioning alternate PSAPs) and provide a sense of security knowing that Lebanon County has built in redundancy. Obviously, the project will create jobs, which will help to stimulate the economy.
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For more information on our WealthVision Financial Plan check out our info page here; http://moneyevolution.com/wealthvision/ For access to the 7 Core Elements of Retirement Planning Video Series and Action Guide Click here. http://moneyevolution.com/7-core-elements-yt/ Today I'm going to talk about Three Big Retirement Plan Withdrawal Mistakes. If you're planning for retirement, you're going to be looking at how you can make a transition from what we call the retirement accumulation phase, when you've been saving and investing money for your retirement, into the retirement withdrawal phase. You're going to take some of that money that you saved, and you're going to start distributing that money back to you, by starting to take some withdrawals. There's three big mistakes that we see people make here. Mistake number one is probably the most common one that we see, and it's Waiting Too Long to Begin Taking Withdrawals. And this mistake can actually compound into a couple of other little mistakes that actually can cost you a lot of money. People will often begin taking their Social Security benefits as early as they can at age 62, and not only does this prevent them from getting a bigger Social Security check and kind of maximizing that, but it also means that they're delaying taking their retirement plan withdrawals, and what that does is compound itself down the road, because as many of you probably know, at 70 1/2, the IRS is going to mandate that you're going to start taking some withdrawals from those retirement accounts. It's called the Required Minimum Distribution Rules. And what that might do is push you up into a higher tax bracket at that time, and on top of that, it can also affect your Medicare premiums as well, because your Medicare premiums are tied to the level of income that you make. So the more money you make, the more you pay for Medicare. One of the things that we look for, though, as a way to kind of get around this mistake is to really map out some of those cash flows. One of the things that we identified is that by taking some retirement plan withdrawals early on in retirement we can take advantage of what we call low tax years. If you're waiting to take Social Security, for example, or maybe your pension doesn't kick in right away, you might have few years early on in your retirement where you're in a very low tax bracket. By taking some of those retirement plan withdrawals early, you can take advantage of those low tax years and at the same time, help you get a bigger Social Security check down the road. It could also take some pressure off of some of those required minimum distributions. Maybe some of those won't be so high and pushing you up into those higher tax brackets. We can also look at doing some Roth conversions too as a way to take advantage of some of those low tax years. The second mistake is Taking Your Distributions At Too High Of A Rate. What I mean by this is that there are some schools of thought out there. Probably the most prominent of these is something called the four percent rule. This was created by financial planner, William Bengen back in the 90s, and he did a lot of math, studied some probability and statistics, and said that if you limit your retirement plan withdrawals to no more than four percent of your entire portfolio each year, you should have a pretty good chance that your money is going to last you throughout the rest of your lifetime. If we think about the four percent as kind of our withdrawal rate that we should be targeting, consider that if we go up to five or six percent, it may not seem like a big difference, but looking at the math, your probability of running out of money goes up pretty high once you start getting up to five, and especially once you get up to six percent or more. The last mistake is Not Understanding Your Cash Flow Needs. One of the things that we want to understand are some of the variabilities that you might be experiencing with your income and your expenses in retirement. Here we talk about the sequencing of returns. That's what William Bengen did when he did his research on the four percent rule. If we're earning, let’s say, a six or seven percent average return over time, because of the sequencing of returns, we could end up with a bad string of years where we're not earning that average or we have down markets, what is the impact of that on our long-term ability to sustain our retirement withdrawals? One of the ways we can get around this is to use a bucket strategy. What that means is we keep one to two years worth of liquid cash reserves in an account that's very safe, very accessible, so that as you need money to supplement your retirement, we don’t have to take it out of some of the riskier investments that might be in the stock or the bond market. (continued on blog)
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Deputy Secretary Matt Stem highlights key components of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA): Pennsylvania's Proposed Consolidated State Plan during this webinar on August 10, 2017. To learn more about Pennsylvania's Proposed Consolidated State Plan, visit: http://www.education.pa.gov/K-12/ESSA/Pages/default.aspx#tab-1
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SOLAR ECLIPSE: Should parents worry about kids' safety at school?
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The violent school stabbing in Pennsylvania has parents and students everywhere wondering how could this happen and what can we do to stop the next incident. Security and safety expert, Sal Lifrieri, and psychiatrist, Dr. Gail Saltz, join us on The Couch to offer their insight. Watch more "Live From The Couch" videos here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeAhy4TE2-hWIK-IrcXtPGoI8l05qWyjs Official Site: http://newyork.cbslocal.com/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CBSNewYork Twitter: @cbsnewyork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSNewYork
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Racist incidents prompt "safe schools" plan from governor Subscribe to WGAL on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1XsQa5s Get more Susquehanna Valley news: http://www.wgal.com/ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/wgal8 Follow us: https://twitter.com/wgal Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wgal
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Partisan gerrymandering is rampant in America. Read more about the decision and its significance on vox.com: http://bit.ly/2CORxqW Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Every ten years, America readjusts its voting districts. Which state you live in determines a key aspect of that prospect: who draws the map? In most states, politicians get to control that process. That can sometimes lead to political gamesmanship from both parties. In early 2018, the state of Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court found that the latest redistricting plan set up voters with a politically biased voting map. Which made it easier for one party to win representation in the national body of lawmakers. The implications of this discovery are significant. A new map could be a part of a shift in the balance of power in the United States. More on Pennsylvania’s redistricting rules here: http://redistricting.lls.edu/states-PA.php Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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By: Lara Greenberg HARRISBURG, Pa. -- One group is invading schools in hopes of increasing the graduation rate. There are two school districts in our area that are getting this group's attention. "Communities in Schools" is the group pushing this program in Harrisburg and York. They said the most recent on-time graduation rate available for Harrisburg is 46%. The group is looking to change that in just three years. Barriers are what Ryan Riley says is keeping students in the midstate from graduating on time. He says the biggest barrier is poverty. "Our teachers do a really good job at caring for their classrooms, but that nonacademic barriers is an issue that especially our urban schools, but most schools, don't know how to deal with," Communities in Schools president Ryan Riley said. That's where Riley's Communities in Schools, or CIS, group comes in. The organization focuses on reducing high school dropout rates. He said York has an on-time graduation of 73% compared to Harrisburg's 46%. "That's just bad. It's sad," parent Jazz Brown said. This school year, CIS zeroed in on Harrisburg and York, sending site coordinators to eight schools. Riley says the coordinators work with students and parents to address hunger, counseling and whatever else is needed. One parent said programs like this are necessary. "It takes a village to raise kids, period. You need as much help as you can get," Brown said. Riley says Home Depot even donated so CIS could offer laundry services at some schools. "They gave us washer and dryers and so we have a program where we can launder the clothes so the students feel like they have clean clothes," he said. Riley says in Pennsylvania schools where CIA has come in, CIS has helped bring on-time graduation rates up to 85% and improved grades with 96% of students. In Harrisburg and York, he hopes to make the same kinds of leaps. "We've been seeing improved attendance, improved parent engagement, higher parents attending student-teacher conferences," Riley said. "We need more of these programs. We really do. I hate that our kids are failing. It's sad. We don't want our kids to fail," Brown said. "Communities in Schools" has funding to work in Harrisburg and York for three years. Official data and results from the first year should be available by July.
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Gov. Tom Corbett is ignoring pleas from Pennsylvania citizens and the business community for the state to repair its crumbling transportation system. The crisis is hurting the state's economy, forcing jobs to other states and putting lives at risk. Democrats and Republicans urge Corbett to start with his own commission's plan to begin addressing the problem. More at www.pahouse.com
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Reported By: Kyle Rogers YORK, Pa. -- A judge began hearings Monday to decide if he should appoint a receiver for the School District of York City. Judge Stephen Linebaugh opened up the courtroom on Monday morning to hear from lawyers representing the Pennsylvania Department of Educations petition to take over the citys schools. Before the testimony began, the judge agreed on a motion to suppress subpoenas issued by the teachers union to look into communications between Charter Schools USA and the Department of Education. The subpoenas were issued, in my opinion, on a fishing expedition, Clyde Vedder, an attorney representing the Department of Education said. The interveners all want to make this case about a referendum of whether charter schools are a proper educational vehicle. Marc Tarlow, the attorney representing the school district, had no comment. Charter Schools USA could run the citys schools should the districts Chief Recovery Officer David Meckley be appointed as the receiver. Meckley was questioned Monday morning mostly about his background and his position as a CRO. Meckley, a longtime engineer, was appointed by the education department to assist in its recovery plan. He testified saying he made the motion to proceed to receivership based on decisions made by the school board, he felt were not on track to a proper recovery. In court, Meckley said he asked for receivership among other things like poor grades -- because the district did not agree with an alternative plan to place some of the citys schools into charter, while keeping others in possession. Meckley was cross-examined by Tarlow in the afternoon saying the school district is expecting a $3 million dollar surplus, quite different than the projected $15 million deficit Meckley had predicted. On Tuesday, lawyers for the school district are expected to make their case on why the school district should not enter into receivership under Meckley. The hearing is scheduled to begin by 10:30 a.m.
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An advocacy group, a lawmaker, and teacher call for being more proactive about making sure the drinking water at schools and day care centers is lead-free after Pennsylvania got an F in an analysis done by PennEnvironment. http://www.pennlive.com/politics/index.ssf/2017/02/pa_gets_an_f_for_preventing_le.html
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A school district in Pennsylvania has announced it intends to arm students in case a school shooting takes place at one of their schools—with rocks. The students will have a bucket of rocks nearby to hurl at a shooter, the superintendent of the Blue Mountain School District announced. “Every classroom has been equipped with a five-gallon bucket of river stone. If an armed intruder attempts to gain entrance into any of our classrooms, they will face a classroom full students armed with rocks and they will be stoned,” said Dr. David Helsel, testifying to the House Education Committee last week in Harrisburg. Helsel told WNEP that the idea is legitimate and can help if a shooter does open fire in a school. “At one time I just had the idea of river stone, they`re the right size for hands, you can throw them very hard and they will create or cause pain, which can distract,” said Helsel. The unorthodox measure isn’t the only one the district is taking; teachers, students, and other staff members were given training through the ALICE program. The active shooter response training focuses on preparing school attendees in the event of a shooting. According to the training institute’s website, “ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training instructor-led classes provide preparation and a plan for individuals and organizations on how to more proactively handle the threat of an aggressive intruder or active shooter event.” It added, “Whether it is an attack by an individual person or by an international group of professionals intent on conveying a political message through violence, ALICE Training option based tactics have become the accepted response, versus the traditional ‘lockdown only’ approach.” But Helsel said the bucket of rocks will be crucial if teachers lockdown a classroom. Students and teachers said they support the idea. “It matters because it will help protect the schools, anything helps, rocks are better than books and pencils,” one student told WNEP. However, others dismissed it. “I think it’s rather comical,” one student said.
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Pennsylvania's auditor general is promising changes to school safety reviews.
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By: Lara Greenberg HARRISBURG, Pa. -- There's a new governor in town. Democrat Tom Wolf was sworn in Tuesday afternoon as the 47th person to hold the position in Pennsylvania. He replaces one-term Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. There was a sense of hope and optimism for the future of Pennsylvania as Wolf was sworn in. There was some disruption caused by fracking protesters during the inauguration, but Wolf stayed focused and insistent on fixing three of the states big problems. "Over the next four years, my administration will be dedicated to three simple things: First, jobs that pay, second, schools that teach, and third, a government that works," Wolf said. With that first goal, jobs, Wolf pushed to bring manufacturing jobs back to the state and used that moment to address fracking protesters in the crowd, some of whom were removed from the stands during his speech. "To the protesters here today, I say: Help me develop these opportunities in a way that is clean, safe and sustainable," Wolf said. Wolf also spoke to the need for every student in the Commonwealth to have a strong, solid education and for every teacher to have the resources they need to provide one. "Our state will never be as strong as it needs to be if some schools have all the resources they need and other schools are cutting band and football just to keep the lights on," Wolf said. Wolf acknowledged that with a Republican-controlled state legislature lawmakers will have to work across party lines to accomplish his goals, but he believes they can. "I know that if we come together with a sense of shared purpose, we can build the better future we all deserve as Pennsylvanians," Wolf said.
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Training for 2014 Sarasota District School Bus drivers Safety Skill Competition. I used information about scoring from 2011 Southeastern School Bus Safety Road-E-O (http://www.seschoolbusroadeo.net)
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PennDOT, TMA Bucks, Chester County Highway Safety Project, Delaware County TMA, Montgomery County Health Department, Street Smarts – Philadelphia Highway Safety Project and students from eight Philadelphia area high schools participated in a Teen Safe Driving Competition in April 2015 at Technical College High School - Pickering Campus, Phoenixville, for scholarship money, prizes and the chance to take part in the statewide competition.
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YOUR DESCRIPTION HAS REACHED THE LIMIT OF CHARACTERS ALLOWED AND WAS CUT. By: Jackalyn Kovac JOHNSTOWN, Pa. " Every parent worries about their child nad hopes they are not a victim of bullying. The topic of bullying is extremely sensitive. WJAC-TV reached out to a number of victims and their parents, but all of them backed out at the last minute in fear of increased bullying. In the state of Pennsylvania, schools are required to have anti-bullying policies in place to help students, but is it enough to protect children from the lasting effects of bullying? Bullying, by definition, is unwanted aggressive behavior that is repeated multiple times. "The person that's being targeted didn't do anything to put themselves in that situation and needs help to get out of it," Shiryl Barto said. Barto is the manager of the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at Windber Research Institute. She said bullying is often first seen in elementary school and is most reported by the victim and witnesses. "They still sense right and wrong and want teachers to do something about that," Barto said. Barto said as children get older, the bullying continues and the reports decrease. She said children in high school report bullying the least of all, and schools need to teach kids what the bullying behavior is. But as a parent, what should you look for to know if your child is being bullied? Barto said students who are bullied may try to avoid school and extracurriculars by faking an illness, and their grades may take a turn. She said possession may go missing as students try to barter their way out of this situation. Experts suggest talking with your child bout what is going on so that a plan of action can be taken. "A very important thing adults can do, aside from learning what it is and what it isn't, is to listen," Barto said. "To maybe share some stories with children about their own experiences when they were growing up." Barto said bullying isn't something new. Other generations went through it, and some see it as a normal part of growing up. But more spotlight on the topic has led to laws and policies in 49 states, but nothing federally. Pennsylvania's anti-bullying laws cover both bullying and cyberbullying. WJAC-T V reviewed the law and found it only outlines how a school's policy should look. "We're more of a local control state, so we try to keep everything at the local level," Michael Kozup, the Pennsylvania Department of Education Safe Schools Office director, said. The law requires schools to have a policy related to bullying and incorporate it into the school's student code of conduct and appoint a staff person to receive the reports of alleged bullying incidents. WJAC-TV spoke with three schools in the viewing area, and those districts said they appointed a safety officer or a principal to handle the reports for their district. Schools must also post their policies online. Of the three districts, Greater Johnstown School District did not have a clear link to their policy, but after a quick call to the school's administration, a copy of the policy was provided. The policies must be reviewed every three years, and revised policies must be submitted with their annual report. The law does not include information about what should be included in the policy and how it should be implemented. Kozup said most districts get their policies from the Pennsylvania School Board Association. He didn't have any comment on whether the state should have a direct law, but where parents should look for a solution to problem
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Internet safety for kids is a topic getting much attention because children are being exposed to the Internet at a younger and younger age. IUP Communications Media professor Erick Lauber and his student production team at IUP's Digital Media Institute recently produced this video on Internet safety for kids for the Indiana Area School District. It is currently used as part of the in-school training for students in kindergarten through third grade. For this video, Lauber received the Broadcast Education Association's Award of Excellence in the Educational and Instructional Video category. Find out more about IUP's Department of Communications Media: http://www.iup.edu/commmedia/default.aspx?utm_campaign=social_media&utm_medium=web&utm_source=youtube Find out more about IUP's Digital Media Institute: http://www.iup.edu/digitalmediainstitute/default.aspx?utm_campaign=social_media&utm_medium=web&utm_source=youtube
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Interview with Mark Zablocki (email@example.com), Special Education Department, about a staff development model that could help reduce the school-to-prison pipeline for students with behavior problems. Gonsoulin, S., Zablocki, M., & Leone, P. E. (2012). Safe schools, staff development, and the school-to-prison pipeline. Teacher Education and Special Education, 35(4), 309-319. DOI: 10.1177/0888406412453470. The online version can be found at http://tes.sagepub.com/content/35/4/309
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PENNSYLVANIA - School and public safety officials have been working toward getting things back to normal at Franklin Regional High School since 21 students and a school security guard were stabbed just before classes began a week ago. Classes resume today after teachers met with a crisis intervention specialist before spending the day at the school getting re-acclimated to their surroundings. http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_HIGH_SCHOOL_STABBINGS?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2014-04-16-07-15-47 Download your free Next News "Heroes & Villains" Poster here: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/the-2013-heroes-villains-posters Donate USD: http://nnn.is/donate-dollars Donate BTC: http://nnn.is/donate-bitcoin LIVE: http://NextNewsNetwork.com Facebook: http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet Twitter: http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet Sub: http://NNN.is/the_new_media Meet the Next News Team: http://youtu.be/2QnNKwQ2WkY Hashtag: #N3 About: Next News Network's World News program airs daily at 6pm and 11pm Eastern on Comcast, DirecTV and Over-the-Air and Online at http://NNN.is/on- World News is available to 6 million viewers from South Beach to Sebastian, Florida and to 2 million viewers in Boston, Massachusetts via . broadcasts on RF channel 44 (virtual channel 9) from Palm City and is carried on cable TV channels 44 (SD) and 1044 (HD) by AT&T, on cable channels 17 (SD) and 438 (HD) in West Palm Beach by Comcast, on satellite channel 44 (SD) in West Palm Beach by DIRECTV, and on -Boston which broadcasts on RF channel 38 (virtual channel 6) from the Government Center district in downtown Boston. More about : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ #HL Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness.
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This video, Tom's Secret, is posted on CLP/TLP's YouTube Channel as part of A Global Partnership to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and used with permission within Think First & Stay Safe Adult Training and Youth Curriculum. Child Lures Prevention, based in Shelburne, Vermont USA and Mrs. Ronit Raphael, President of the global beauty brand L. Raphael Geneve (based in Switzerland) and head of the Global Army Against Child Abuse (GAACA), based in Jerusalem, Israel, have entered into an official partnership to combat child sexual abuse worldwide. The two organizations have collaborated to release a FREE video entitled Tom's Secret and a FREE corresponding Lesson Plan All Secrets Can Be Told for use by educators, parents and child-serving organizations worldwide. Watch the video here, access the corresponding Think First & Stay Safe Lesson Plan entitled "All Secrets Can Be Told", free of charge, at www.childluresprevention.com . GAACA's video, Tom's Secret, is a short animation movie for parents and children. The production is the first of its kind in the world that, on one hand, guides parents how to identify child sexual abuse, and, on the other hand, encourages children to share with trusted adults. Tom's Secret is currently being used by 72 organizations around the world, including rape crisis centers, schools, children's shelters and hospitals. Tom's Secret was accepted as a training tool by formal agencies such as Pennsylvania Department of Education and North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. It is posted here with permission of Ronit Raphael and GAACA.
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This week, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) announced the approval of the first state plan under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The approval follows news that ED has changed its process for reviewing and providing feedback to states on their ESSA plans. Watch today’s Federal Flash to learn which state received approval, how the ESSA review process has changed, and which of President Trump’s nominees were confirmed by the U.S. Senate. For an alert when the next Federal Flash is available, email Alliance@all4ed.org .
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Original Air Date: 2/20/14 By: Kerri Corrado FERNDALE, Pa. -- There seem to be more snow days than school days recently, as the winter weather has walloped counties throughout the area. Now district leaders are tasked with figuring out how to fit the snow make-up days into their schedules.This is probably the most difficult winter we have had to deal with school delays, school cancellations, and early dismissals, Ferndale School District Superintendent Carol Kakabar said.Mother Nature seems to have been granting student wishes for a snow day one too many times this winter, but school officials have plans in place to make up the days missed.You use your built-in snow days first, Kakabar said. Typically the days after that, that are missed, [those] are added to the end of the school year and that bumps back the last day of school and obviously graduation.Extending the school year is a common theme among school districts. Many students will have to attend school well into June.We are at the point now where we need to look at bumping the end of the school year, Clearfield Area School District Superintendent Terry Struble said.School officials are working with the Pennsylvania Department of Education to make sure they meet their 180 days of school requirement, plus meeting their set number of classroom hour requirements.We have Keystone Exams, we have PSSA's [testing] and a lot of other work that we need to help prepare our kids for, Struble said.School officials are stressing the importance of having snow days to make sure their students are safe as they monitor the forecast, check in with municipal crews about roadway conditions and try to notify parents if school is canceled as soon as possible.If the roads aren't suitable to drive on, we don't want our children on the bus, Kakabar said.
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Gov. Tom Wolf visits elementary classrooms Wednesday, meeting teachers and young children, but brings a warning about choices ahead for Pennsylvania. Subscribe to WTAE on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyOjP Get more Pittsburgh news: http://www.wtae.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wtae4 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WTAE Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wtae
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Joy is the president and founder of Penn Health Initiative (PHI), an organization at the University of Pennsylvania that provides free and comprehensive health education to public schools in West Philadelphia, an area with high rates of teenage pregnancy and STIs. PHI works to provide a safe space to educate students about puberty, contraception, STIs, HIV/AIDS, body image and maintaining healthy relationships. As its head, Joy oversees all of PHI's curriculum design, partnerships with school administrators, and the Penn students who work as teachers. Joy is also a Volunteer Handholder at Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania, where she is a support person for women prior to, during and after their abortion procedure. She provides emotional support and a literal hand to hold during a woman's procedure in order for her to feel more at ease.
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How to Prepare for a Tornado | Tornado Safety Plan & Checklist | Emergency Preparation at Home | FREE PRINTABLE | Knowing how to prepare for a tornado can be overwhelming, but just as Benjamin Franklin said "Failing to Prepare is Preparing to Fail". In this video I'll walk you through the essential steps you'll need to create a safe environment for you and your loved ones. Let's join together in taking action on how to plan and prepare for one of many natural disasters.. The Carriage House Video Schedule : Homeschooling Videos every Tuesday (6am Central North America) and other hearth and home related videos every Thursday same time! You can check out my channel and my other videos at http://www.youtube.com/c/TheCarriageHouseHomeschool xoxo, Rebekah Downloadable Safety Checklist https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1390846764394-dc08e309debe561d866b05ac84daf1ee/checklist_2014.pdf Essential Items Needed for Your Home Weather Radio https://amzn.to/2KeTAJJ 30 Day UST Lantern https://amzn.to/2KgLYGv Red Cross Weather Crank Radio https://amzn.to/2FinQzB
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By: Erin Calandra STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- They're popping up everywhere: construction zones. This is National Work Zone Safety Week, and officials are minding drivers to be careful. With when orange cones and construction signs popping up all over the place, and now, PennDOT and police are reminding drivers to slow down and save a life. PennDOT Assistant Maintenance Manager Jeff Collins knows what it's like to work on the highway while trucks and other vehicles blow past. "You're trying to focus on the work you're doing plus look out for cars," said Collins. The PennDOT workers you see on the side of the interstate are just like us. They know driving through construction can be frustrating, but they have a job to do, and they want to get home to their families safely. And police officers are out in full force keeping a watchful eye. We've all seen them before -- orange flags and cones, "Road Work," "One Lane Ahead" " these signs are trying to tell you something, and officials are warning drivers that when they get into an active construction zone, they need to slow down, pay attention and stay a safe distance around other vehicles " or their fine will be doubled. Collins said the bottom line is to slow down and safe a life. "Everyone is trying to get to where they are going fast and they need to take time to watch for workers," said Collins.
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This recording of the virtual workshop, What Research Tells Us About Reducing Chronic Absenteeism: A Webinar for the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), enables participants to better understand chronic absenteeism, its prevalence and use as an accountability measure in Pennsylvania, and promising strategies for preventing and reducing it. Presenters introduce chronic absenteeism and discuss its root causes and prevalence nationally and in Pennsylvania. They then provide an overview of how PDE plans to hold schools accountable for chronic absenteeism and describe key components of interventions that have succeeded in reducing chronic absenteeism, as identified through an Ask-a-REL literature search. The workshop concludes with two school- and community-based practitioners sharing their experiences partnering and implementing an intervention identified through the Ask-a-REL and answering audience-submitted questions. To learn more visit: https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/midatlantic/ Presenters: • Natalie Lacireno-Paquet, REL Mid-Atlantic • Aimee Evan, REL Mid-Atlantic • Cecelia Leong, Attendance Works • Nima Tahai, Go Public Schools This video was prepared under Contract ED-IES-17-C-0006 by Regional Educational Laboratory Mid-Atlantic, administered by Mathematica Policy Research. The content does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of IES or the U.S. Department of Education, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
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Surviving an active shooter event. English version. Video Copyright © 2012 City of Houston.
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