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THE FIRST step towards creating a positive learning environment for children
For the first time, parents, schools, legislators, and law enforcement have a user friendly tool that details the incidents of violence and drugs inside each of Florida’s public schools. By analyzing the incidents of physical attack, drug use, bullying, sexual assault, weapons possession, and school suspensions this valuable tool will assist stakeholders in their efforts to reduce violence and create a positive healthy learning environment for all children.
With the user-friendly dashboard we’ve created, parents, law enforcement, legislators, and other education stakeholders will now be able to analyze the levels of violence and drugs and have the important conversations that need to take place between community members, their schools, and government officials.
Help Us #KEEPKIDSSAFE in Every State!
After successfully launching our safety dashboard in Florida, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania, we now need your help to expand nationwide!
Our next goal is to create a School Safety Dashboard for every state. To do this, we need to raise $250,000 so our safety dashboard can help parents all over the country.
U.S. House of Representatives (D-FL 7th District)
“The new dashboard is an excellent way to share information about safety incidents in schools that can help administrators, staff, and parents work together to create safe and secure schools where our students can learn and grow.”
Emerson Collective Managing Partner, Former Secretary of Education
“Safe Schools for Alex has developed the most comprehensive analysis of school based incidents I have ever seen. The School Safety Dashboard is an essential tool that every parent and school administrator should have at their fingertips.”
United States Senator (R-FL)
“Today, I congratulate Max and Safe Schools for Alex for developing the School Safety Dashboard. Data from the School Safety Dashboard will assist those who work tirelessly to ensure that every child can go to school in a safe learning environment.”