AASA Bolsters Campaign To Improve School Safety, Stop Bullying

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Alexandria, Va. – May 4, 2017 – More than one out of every five students, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, were bullied last year. That’s why AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and CrisisGo, the maker of an emergency planning and communications platform, announced today they are expanding their partnership to help school districts combat bullying. 

Since October 2016, CrisisGo has made its “panic button” feature complimentary to thousands of school districts enabling two-way, real-time communications in the event of an incident or emergency on school grounds. Recognizing that incident reporting and consistent disposition are essential to ensure a safe learning environment, CrisisGo will make its “Bully and Tips” tool available to all school districts in North America at no cost.

In an effort to unite teachers, parents, and students to create a bully-free environment, CrisisGo is also opening its platform to enable schools and organizations to raise awareness of these issues and share best practices with members of our school communities. CrisisGo is already working with No Bully to add content from its No Bully System®.

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