Covid-19


Bridging the Digital Divide

Bridging the Digital Divide

While the digital divide has long been a problem for educators, the pandemic brought the issue to the forefront as schools began implementing distance learning models.

Vaccinations Ramp Up

Vaccinations Ramp Up

Protecting drugs, medications and supplies within a healthcare setting is a vital assignment.



A Safe Return

As the nation’s colleges and universities prepare for Fall 2021, healthcare experts off er cautious optimism for better days ahead amid the pandemic. Yet, COVID-19-related challenges remain, and may for some time.

Creating Flexible Treatment Spaces

Creating Flexible Treatment Spaces

Teaching hospitals and emergency medicine residency programs face a variety of challenges in treating behavioral health patients.

Department of Homeland Security

As Pandemic Wanes, DHS Warns of Potential Extremist Attacks

On Friday, May 14, the Department of Homeland Security released a National Terrorism Advisory System bulletin suggesting that as pandemic-related restrictions begin to ease, violent extremist groups may take the opportunity to strike.

SUNY, CUNY Systems to Require Students to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

On Monday, May 10, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that all students returning to SUNY (State University of New York) and CUNY (City University of New York) campuses for in-person learning this fall will be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

DFW School District Announces In-Person Learning Only for 2021-22

Allen ISD in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex has announced that it will not offer remote, virtual learning for the 2021-22 academic year. District Superintendent Robin Bullock sent a district-wide email on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 4, announcing the district’s plans for the upcoming year.

State of Texas to Release Federal Stimulus Money to Schools

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Wednesday that the state plans to release federal stimulus money provided to help schools recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Texas received about $19 billion from the federal government, of which about $11 billion is currently available.

Survey Reveals Top Safety Concerns at K–12, Higher-Ed Institutions

Rave Mobile Safety, a provider of critical communication and collaboration technology solutions, has released the results of its 2021 Crisis Communication and Safety in Education Survey. The survey revealed that COVID-19 and student mental health are the top concerns among the 600+ K–12 and higher education staff nationwide who responded to the poll in late March 2021.

Emerson College Responds to Spike in COVID Cases

Emerson College, located in Boston, Mass., has imposed several temporary restrictions in response to a spike in positive COVID-19 cases on campus. The changes took effect at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7, and will last for at least a week, according to a community-wide email from Emerson’s assistant vice president for campus life, Erik Muurisepp.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - May / June 2022

    May / June 2022

    Featuring:

    • Traffic Management
    • Secure Campus Awards
    • The Next Evolution of Campus Security
    • Enhance Environmental Hygiene for K-12 Schools

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