New Navigate360 and Zogby Strategies Safety and Wellbeing Poll shows growing teen anxiety brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on America’s economy, culture, and daily life.
The company predicts more sophisticated AI and analytics and a call for open systems that can easily integrate with other technologies.
Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.
This group is more likely to reuse passwords for work, a sign of bad password management practices.
WalletHub’s 2020 ‘Safest Cities in America’ report compared more than 180 major U.S. cities across 42 key safety indicators to determine which ones are the safest… and which ones are the most dangerous.
The number of 2020 high school graduates who enrolled in college for Fall 2020 was down by nearly 22%.
Physical security budgets are being driven by the coronavirus pandemic and are expected to increase next year.
The findings show that while students face unprecedented challenges, they are resilient. Additionally, although they face academic challenges, students trust educators and believe their teachers are doing the best they can under extremely difficult circumstances.
Mississippians aged 18 and under who tested positive were more likely to have attended a social event but not more likely to have attended school or childcare.
U.S. cybersecurity officials are warning K-12 schools that hackers are increasingly targeting them. Here’s how campuses can mitigate these risks.