The National School Safety Initiative, a collaboration between the Department of Education and the American Civil Liberties Union, is launching a series of “Safe School” campaigns this fall.
The campaigns are designed to teach kids to stop being violent.
The NSSI, a joint project of the Education Department and the ACLU, has partnered with schools across the country, including the Chicago Public Schools, to help them identify students who have been involved in school violence.
The NSSIs goal is to identify kids who are at high risk of violence, and to help schools reduce their risk of the violence in their classrooms.
According to a press release from the NSSi, there are about 2.5 million kids in public schools nationwide, and nearly 80 percent of those kids are between the ages of 6 and 17.
They’re also a growing group in the city of Chicago, with more than 4,000 schools.
So far, the schools are working on about 1,300 school safety initiatives.
“I think it’s really important to recognize that kids are not invincible,” said Michelle Storch, director of the Chicago office of the Nissen Center for Public Policy at the University of Chicago.
“They are still children, and we have to make sure that we do everything we can to help kids who need help.”
Here are some of the strategies the NISSI is working on to address violence in the classroom:Storch said that the NSDI has found that many students in high-risk classes, like students who are African-American, Latino, or a certain gender, are afraid to report or seek help because of the fear that this could mean they will be punished.
She said the NSLIs goal with the Safe School campaigns is to change this perception.
“We know that kids that engage in violent behaviors can end up in jail, or in jail for life,” Stor, a former Chicago school district employee, told Fox News.
“That’s the bottom line, and that’s the message that we’re trying to deliver to our kids in these high-traffic schools.”
In Chicago, Stor said she sees a lot of kids who have already been involved with violence in school, and she wants them to understand the risks involved in getting involved in the criminal justice system.
“These are the kids that are going to end up with mental health issues, they’re going to be a long way from getting out of school,” she said.
“We’re talking about young people, who are not yet at their own developmental stages, who will be going to prison for the rest of their lives.”
The NSLI also has a plan to reduce the number of students who commit violent acts at school.
In a study done in 2017, Storr and her team found that the majority of violent school offenses are committed by white students.
So, if they can convince kids to think about the fact that this is not okay, they can help to reduce that number.
Stor said that some of her most important strategies to reduce violence at school are through the use of “zero tolerance” policies and by having counselors who are certified to intervene in a student’s classroom.
She also encourages parents to report any violence at home to the school, saying, “Parents, if you see any signs of this, we want to be there.
We want to get involved in your childs’ lives.””
The safest place for a child to be in a school environment is at home,” she added.