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The recent independent report on the tragedy at Oxford High School noted, “Some administrators believed that a threat assessment only occurred when there was a direct threat to harm someone else, which is inconsistent with the District’s policy and risks missing concerning conduct or behaviors that could be a precursor to violence.” This emphasizes the critical importance of addressing concerns early and the need for tools to make sure no student slips through the cracks.
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Many schools in Michigan today use paper forms, spreadsheets, or ineffective software to attempt to track student behaviors. Transitioning to a digital platform like StudentSafe offers a myriad of benefits, including:
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“The recent independent report on the tragedy at Oxford High School proves the critical importance of proactively identifying and addressing concerning behaviors as early as possible and emphasizes the need for tools to make sure that no student slips through the cracks,” said Dr. Amy Grosso, Director, and Expert in Residence at Raptor Technologies. “StudentSafe enables Michigan schools to rapidly provide appropriate interventions to the right students before behaviors escalate to a crisis point, quickly turning policy into action.”
Section 31aa of the FY24 budget allocates $328 million for schools to improve mental health and improve school safety with at least half of the funds to be spent on mental health.
Allowable school safety expenses include:
Allowable mental health expenses include: