The number of overall crimes in K-12 schools did not increase significantly last year, but the number of school shootings hit their highest recorded level, according to a federal report released July 15. The overview of crime in K-12 schools and colleges showed that elementary and high schools saw 99 shootings in 2018-19, up from 78 the previous year. Those shootings resulted in 101 casualties, including 30 deaths. Overall crime, including theft and incidents of violence, was slightly higher than 2017-18 but down significantly since the 1990s. In 2018-19, schools reported 33 victimizations per 1,000 students ages 12-18, a decline of more than 80% since 1992.