The best environment for learning is one where students, teachers and staff feel safe.
- By Christopher Buecksler, Derek Peterson
Like cities and towns everywhere, campuses today face tremendous challenges when it comes to managing traffic and transportation.
Scott Senjo, a tenured professor at Weber State University (WSU), has been put on leave following social media tweets that university officials call “abhorrent.” He has been relieved of his duties, and removed from teaching classes.
March 2020 was the first March in about 20 years without a school shooting in the United States. The Washington Post reported that has been school shootings in the month of March every year since 2002.
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From a campus security management standpoint, the safety and security of students, staff, faculty and visitors should be top of mind for administrators and security staff alike.
Schools continue to search for integrated and universal solutions to meet their communications challenges.
Many campuses, corporations and retirement homes competitively differentiate their offerings around service and safety.
The technology will allow staff and faculty to communicate during an emergency as well as respond to reports from students about mental health issues or school threats.
There is little debate as to whether the introduction of new emergency communications technologies have changed the industry for the better.