La Crosse School District is improving safety and security on campus thanks to a grant.
Austin-area schools have moved forward with a guardian program which allows unidentified employees to carry on campus at all times.
ISU was fined by the Big 12 after students and fans rushed the field after winning against WVU, making it unsafe for the apposing team to leave the field.
MSDWT submits its school safety plan yearly to the state of Indiana, as required by Indiana Administrative Code in order to receive accreditation. According to the district, its security procedures and plans “meet all legal requirements of the state of Indiana and take a multi-hazard approach to school safety.”
In the aftermath of the shooting, Texas Tech University president Lawrence Schovanec called on the Texas Department of Public Safety to conduct a review of campus security and safety procedures and policies.
The grants come five months after the shooting at Santa Fe High School that left 10 people dead. The funding is part of the $70 million in grants announced last week by the Department of Justice.
The Department of Justice announced more than $70 million in grants across the U.S.
Campus environments experience many challenges when it comes to securing their facilities. University environments need to find the right balance between having an open environment and a secure environment.
Educators are challenged with not only educating children but also guiding them safely into successful adulthood.