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Read: Houston Area Schools Close Amid Boil Water Crisis

Houston Area Schools Close Amid Boil Water Crisis

The boil water notice is impacting more than 2 million people in and around Houston.

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Read: 67% of U.S. School Districts Meet FCC Internet Connectivity Benchmark

67% of U.S. School Districts Meet FCC Internet Connectivity Benchmark

However, there are 23.5 million K-12 students who still need improved internet access to maximize digital learning.

Resources

Read: How Security Technology Helps Alleviate K-12 Staff Shortage Concerns

How Security Technology Helps Alleviate K-12 Staff Shortage Concerns

Integrated security solutions free up time for school staff to have more face-to-face time with students while addressing staff shortage issues.

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Read: Nominations for 2023 Director of the Year Awards Due Dec. 12

Nominations for 2023 Director of the Year Awards Due Dec. 12

Tell us about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

Read: Campus Protection Pros Share Their Security Camera Successes, Challenges, Advice

Campus Protection Pros Share Their Security Camera Successes, Challenges, Advice

This year’s Video Surveillance Survey participants described some of the benefits and pitfalls of their camera systems, as well as advice they would offer their peers about this technology.

Read: Twitter Takeover Fuels Phishing Scams, Fake Verified Accounts

Twitter Takeover Fuels Phishing Scams, Fake Verified Accounts

Public information officers who operate government Twitter accounts are urging the public to verify public safety accounts.

Read: New Technology for Securing Windows and Glass Doors

New Technology for Securing Windows and Glass Doors

Security cameras and access controls are important, but an intruder can still break through the glass and be inside in seconds. Window films are not strong enough to keep a determined intruder out.

Read: 5 CPTED Strategies That Protect Students and Staff

5 CPTED Strategies That Protect Students and Staff

Environmental design can reduce victimization, deter crime, reduce fears of a crime happening, and build a sense of community.

Read: CENTEGIX Announces Partnership with Ident-A-Kid

CENTEGIX Announces Partnership with Ident-A-Kid

With the partnership, CENTEGIX customers will now have access to Ident-A-Kid’s iVisitor Managementâ„¢ (IVM) solution.

Read: i-PRO Grants Program Helps K-12 Educators Improve School Security

i-PRO Grants Program Helps K-12 Educators Improve School Security

The i-PRO Grants team helps K-12 schools search for potential funding sources and offers grant writing services.

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