Did you know that over 80% of calls made to 9-1-1 come from mobile phones?
For the first time in a near century, communities have access to more funding mechanisms than ever before to improve emergency preparedness, response, and resiliency.
Some students only receive mental health and emotional support services at their schools.
Improving student safety engagement is a goal that’s best addressed from multiple angles.
2021 was a year filled with many obstacles. Learn how we did all we can at Rave Mobile Safety to maximize safety in a 2021 year wrap up.
Over the past decade, staffing models in healthcare have most often been designed to balance the value-driven requirements of the Affordable Care Act with a nationwide shortage of medical personnel. At the start of the COVID-19 crisis, staffing models in healthcare underwent significant changes – changes that may be with us for a while.
K-12 school district communication issues have the potential to jeopardize plans to reopen schools safely for the fall 2021 semester. Will the K-12 education system be reinvented following COVID-19?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people suffered bereavements, lost their jobs, and/or experienced financial difficulties. Although the situation is improving, millions more people may yet be impacted by the consequences of the pandemic due to the mental health crisis sweeping America.
Even with vaccination efforts ramping up, COVID-19 remains a major concern for K–12 schools, colleges and universities. Safety concerns that were priorities before COVID-19, such as student mental health and physical health, are still major concerns.
In-person learning has resumed in school districts across the country, but questions about the upcoming academic year are beginning to surface. What will school look like next year? What are the major safety concerns? What actions can be done to alleviate and resolve them?