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Read: LAUSD Strike Postponed, Negotiations Continue

LAUSD Strike Postponed, Negotiations Continue

Over 30,000 teachers in the nation’s second-largest school district are willing to walk out of their classrooms until demands are met.

Read: Texas School Safety Plan Released By Governor Abbott

Texas School Safety Plan Released By Governor Abbott

Governor Abbott’s plan brings a series of state policy changes and school safety recommendations in a wide range of areas.

Read: Inside Experts’ Push to Steer The School Security Industry Toward Collaboration, Best Practices

Inside Experts’ Push to Steer The School Security Industry Toward Collaboration, Best Practices

The future of school security rests on officials’ ability to recognize vulnerabilities, identify appropriate solutions and understand what resources are available to them.

Read: Tennessee Governor Orders First-Ever School Safety Review

Tennessee Governor Orders First-Ever School Safety Review

An assessment of the approximate 1,700 public schools was recommended by a school safety working group established by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam earlier this month.

Read: 19 Kentucky Schools Cancel Safety Inspections Amid Budget Cuts

19 Kentucky Schools Cancel Safety Inspections Amid Budget Cuts

One of the schools is in the same district as Marshall County High School where two students were shot and killed by a 15-year-old classmate last month.

Read: Denver School District Pushes for Four-Day School Week

Denver School District Pushes for Four-Day School Week

School District 27J in Brighton, Colo., plans to switch to a four-day school week in order to save money and to attract and retain strong teachers.

Read: CS Hospital Security Survey Gives Insights on Budget, Crime and Staffing

CS Hospital Security Survey Gives Insights on Budget, Crime and Staffing

Our Hospital Security Survey shows around half of all hospitals have seen an increase in crime in 2017.

Read: University of Utah Might Bill Students for Controversial Speaker Security

University of Utah Might Bill Students for Controversial Speaker Security

The move to charge for security comes after the school paid $25,000 to protect an event featuring controversial speaker Ben Shapiro.

Read: S.C. Governor Rejects Budget to Replace Declining School Buses

S.C. Governor Rejects Budget to Replace Declining School Buses

In total, the governor has vetoed $56.4 million of the state’s $8 billion budget.

Read: Smart Security Planning: Your Key to Administration Support

Smart Security Planning: Your Key to Administration Support

Here’s how you can make the case for more resources for public safety, security and technology.

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