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Parents Successfully Push Maryland District To Delete Student Data Collected For Safety Purposes

Montgomery County parents were concerned that their children’s digital footprints could follow them into college and their careers.

Syracuse University

Syracuse University Expands Security, Introduces New Bias Reporting System in Wake of Racist Incidents

More security personnel are on campus after a series of racist incidents that authorities warn could continue in the form of copycat criminals.



Security Solution Saves Money

Security Solution Saves Money

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Saving a Life

Campuses can present a unique challenge when designing and installing a life-safety system.

Schools Need to Be on Alert

Schools Need to Be on Alert

For years manufacturers have been finding ways to make products more appealing to kids, either by design or through the senses, such as smell or taste.

Presidential Candidate Wants to Replace Active Shooter Drills with More Counselors, Nurses

Presidential Candidate Wants to Replace Active Shooter Drills with More Counselors, Nurses

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang wants to put an end to active shooter drills in schools as he says they do more harm than good.

Gun Manufacturer Could be Held Liable for Sandy Hook Shooting

Gun Manufacturer Could be Held Liable for Sandy Hook Shooting

The Supreme Court denied an appeal Tuesday from Remington Arms Co., the maker of the rifle used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, that would have shielded them from potential liability from the shooting.

School Shooters Were Often Bullied And Told People of Intentions to Attack, Secret Service Report Finds

School Shooters Were Often Bullied And Told People of Intentions to Attack, Secret Service Report Finds

In the most comprehensive study of deadly school attacks since the Columbine tragedy in 1999, the U.S. Secret Service found that most students who committed campus attacks were bullied and had a history of disciplinary issues that went unreported.

United States Capitol

Federal Bill Would Require School Districts to Monitor Social Media

A newly introduced federal bill seeks to heighten security at American schools by encouraging districts to adopt social media monitoring programs.

Colorado State Capitol

Colorado School Safety Committee Introduces Five Bills to Improve Safety

Colorado’s School Safety Committee pushed forward legislation that could better address students’ behavioral health needs. Lawmakers left guns out of the conversation largely for the sake of bipartisanship.

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