Weeks after the Parkland shooting, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam pushed the Safe Schools Act, which earmarked the money.
A new charter school just miles from Marjory Stoneman Douglas could be the most advanced campus in terms of security in the state.
In sporting events, the score often doesn’t tell the whole story. In the search for active shooter barricades in U.S. K-12 schools, this score tells it all.
With back-to-school upon us, we all know how important it is to ensure students are prepped with the essentials.
The next generation of students is making its way onto college campuses. As millennials trade in their caps and gowns for a spot in the workforce, Gen Z is shopping for dorm room essentials.
The way we approach school security needs to change. Bullying, mental health challenges, and widespread access to firearms have seeped into the fabric of our educational facilities, triggering a rise in tragic active shooter incidents which have become common enough in newspaper headlines for some to glance over without notice.
As we have seen time and time again in critical situations involving our nation’s schools, every second counts in an emergency.
Every business, campus, facility and organization in a specialty vertical could benefit from some kind of visitor management system, whether on a small or large scale. In reality, these organizations or businesses already have some type of visitor management system in place, but it is often in the inefficient form of a receptionist or paper logbook.
Although some college campuses have long benefited from mass notification systems, the current evolving threat environment facing our education systems indicate just how crucial it is for all schools to have the technologies and communications infrastructure to inform and protect students, families, faculty and staff.
Parents are finding themselves purchasing bulletproof items for their children to take to school with them.