Georgia Universities Aim to Improve Campus Safety


(05/21/2015)
The Atlanta-based University System of Georgia (USG) Campus Safety and Security Committee — co-chaired by Presidents Steve Dorman of Georgia College & State University and G.P. “Bud” Peterson of the Georgia Institute of Technology — published its May 19 report on the state of campus security across Georgia colleges and universities.

Maryland Education Advocates Pursue State Funding


(05/21/2015)
The Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) launched a new video and digital advertising campaign in May 2015 asking Marylanders to urge Gov. Larry Hogan to release $68 million in education funding included in the General Assembly’s passed budget.

St. Cloud Students Spearhead Intersection Improvements


(05/21/2015)
Guns and intruders are not the only causes for concern when it comes to student safety.

Minnesota Students to Help School Earn LEED


(05/20/2015)
A group of junior and senior high school students at the School of Environmental Studies (SES) in Apple Valley are creating a plan to help their school earn LEED certification.

State Matches Donors for $20 Million MU Business Facility


(05/20/2015)
A new $20 million facility for the University of Missouri’s College of Business is expected to “take education beyond the lecture hall,” according to an article by the Columbia Tribune.