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ADA Compliance

Read: Classroom Barricade Devices: A Dangerous Violation of Federal Laws

Classroom Barricade Devices: A Dangerous Violation of Federal Laws

Most classroom barricade devices violate ADA, NFPA and other federal codes that are designed to enable individuals with disabilities to quickly evacuate a dangerous situation.

Read: Trump Proposes Major Staffing Cuts to Title IX Enforcement Office

Trump Proposes Major Staffing Cuts to Title IX Enforcement Office

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights would lose 46 full-time employees, or 8 percent of its staff.

Read: Handcuffing and Physical Restraint on School Grounds

Handcuffing and Physical Restraint on School Grounds

Here’s a look at the issue of police officers using handcuffs and physical restraint when they’re called to schools to respond to challenging behaviors by students with disabilities.

Read: NFPA School Safety Report Says Codes Must Account for Classroom Barricades

NFPA School Safety Report Says Codes Must Account for Classroom Barricades

NPFA hopes to coordinate and modify existing codes to address conflicts between security and safety, egress and locking procedures.

Read: The Lowdown on Codes for Electrified Locks in Healthcare Facilities

The Lowdown on Codes for Electrified Locks in Healthcare Facilities

Complying with these code requirements, most of which also apply to schools and universities, will ensure optimal campus safety and security.

Read: Crack the Codes: Lock and Life Safety Code Considerations for Campuses

Crack the Codes: Lock and Life Safety Code Considerations for Campuses

This primer will help to ensure your school, university or hospital selects door security solutions that also comply with fire protection and accessibility codes.

Read: How Edinboro Univ. Goes Above and Beyond ADA Standards

How Edinboro Univ. Goes Above and Beyond ADA Standards

This Pennsylvania Institution of higher education partnered with its long-time integrator to provide greater accessibility and independence to students with disabilities.

Read: How To Crack Campus Compliance Codes

How To Crack Campus Compliance Codes

In no small part due to increased real and perceived dangers, more than ever educational institutions are looking to electronic and physical security solutions to make campuses safer. Here are the issues most likely to be encountered pertaining to accessibility, egress and fire protection.

Tips to Make Your Graduation Ceremony Fully ADA-Compliant

Read: Mother of Allergic Teen Files Lawsuit to Ban Perfume From School

Mother of Allergic Teen Files Lawsuit to Ban Perfume From School

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