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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio speaking at an event in June.

NYC Teachers and Principals Pressure Mayor de Blasio to Delay School Reopening

New York City public schools are set to reopen on Sept. 10. However, the city’s teachers, principals, and staff say schools are unprepared to reopen and are pressuring Mayor Bill de Blasio to delay the start of in-person instruction by several weeks.

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical

As colleges and K-12 schools plan for classes this fall — online, in classrooms, or a hybrid of both — those that opt for some form of in-person instruction will need to deliver it safely, ever-mindful of the coronavirus that’s still present.



5 Ways to Create a Multifaceted Student Safety Approach

When second graders were given access to Gmail, and fourth graders to start using Google Drive, we knew that we also needed to ensure we were keeping kids safe in this new world that we introduced them to.

EDITOR'S COMMENTARY

COVID-19 is the Security Problem

If you’re planning on sending the kids back to school this fall, not so fast.

Getting Ready for K-12 Schools to Open

Getting Ready for K-12 Schools to Open

The COVID-19 virus has played havoc for schools of all types, and in every state opening schedules will be different. Public schools differ from private education facilities, campus officials taking into account the needs and safety of students, teachers and staff.

Pediatricians Say Kids Better Off in School — When It

Pediatricians Say Kids Better Off in School — When It's Safe Again

The American Academy of Pediatrics joined with three education organizations to weigh in on the conversation regarding the return to school. Their perspective: Yes, children learn best when they're in the classroom; but only when it's safe to do so.

How to Keep COVID-19 from Negatively Impacting Learning Space Design

How to Keep COVID-19 from Negatively Impacting Learning Space Design

Here are five tips that all districts can use to reimagine the learning space design process in both the current environment, and in a post-COVID world.

NRF Calls on Retailers to Set Nationwide Mask Policy

NRF Calls on Retailers to Set Nationwide Mask Policy

The National Retail Federation issued the following statement encouraging all retailers to adopt a nationwide policy that requires customers to wear face coverings or masks to protect the health and well-being of customers, associates and partners during the coronavirus pandemic:

Who is Open, Who is Not

Who is Open, Who is Not

Plans to open schools were moving along quite nicely, until now. President Donald Trump and his advisors from the Education Department are pushing that schools open on time. The coronavirus might have other plans.

LA and San Diego School Districts Delay Fall In-person Classes; WHO says pandemic worsening

Breaking ranks with a heavily suggested 2020 school start, two of the largest school districts in the United States will begin classes this fall online. The Los Angeles and San Diego unified school districts will begin online only as the state continues to fight a heighten caseload of COVID-19

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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