School Safety

Read: Schools Don’t Need to Feel Like Prisons

Schools Don’t Need to Feel Like Prisons

Adopting perimeter security measures that are sturdy yet aesthetically pleasing keeps kids safe while providing a more welcoming atmosphere.

Read: She Dares to Be Different

She Dares to Be Different

Alex Branaman, district chief for the Alachua County (Fla.)Public Schools, demonstrates that there are alternative ways tostructure a campus security force and deal with common campus safetyissues.

Iowa School District Seeks Tougher Penalties to Prevent Student Fighting

Tennessee Teen Cops Plea Deal in Murder of School Assistant Principal

Inspector General Criticizes Work On Wireless

Amish School Resumes 6 Months After Tragedy

NYCLU, ACLU Report Calls for End to Over-Policing in New York City Schools

Campus Safety Conference Begins March 19

ASBC Calls For Cell Phone Ban

FEMA Grant to Strengthen Texas Hospital

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