India's Mentor Magazine Features ESSN Work

The work of the Educator's School Safety Network is featured in the April 2016 issue of Mentor magazine, India's most respected journal for school leadership, principals and educators.  The article, entitled "Emerging Issues in School Safety" discusses some of the critical issues facing schools throughout the world in ensuring the safety of their staff and students. 

Amy and Amanda Klinger Keynote BASA School Facilities and Safety Conference

Dr. Amy Klinger and Amanda Klinger were the keynote speakers at The Buckeye Association of School Administrators School Facilities and Safety Conference on March 9, 2016. The Klingers presented Now What? Critical Concerns for School Safety in a Dangerous World to key decision makers from throughout Ohio. A follow up break-out session in the afternoon provided opportunities for additional discussion and information. 

 



ESSN Experts present to Indiana principals

Dr. Amy Klinger trained school administrators today at the Indiana Principals Conference, held in Indianapolis and sponsored by the Indiana Association of School Principals (November 24, 2015)

ESSN co-founders Dr. Amy Klinger and Amanda Klinger presented a breakout session at the Indiana Association of School Principals 2015 Assistant Principals Conference. (November 20, 2015)

Dr Amy Klinger quoted extensively in "How #IStandWithAhmed Reveals Need for Threat Assessment Training"

Other over-the-top reactions to students who pose no real threat — such as a 7-year-old in Baltimore who was suspended for shaping a gun out of a Pop-Tart — could be prevented with evidence-based threat evaluation training, says Amy Klinger, director of programs for the nonprofit Educators’ School Safety Network, which she says has trained tens of thousands of educators across the country.

When a leadership failure like this happens, it usually comes down to a lack of training, says Klinger. “This could have been resolved in an hour, with no media, no trauma to the kid, no criticism to the teacher.”
— How #IStandWithAhmed Reveals Need for Threat Assessment Training