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Read: Transgender Oklahoma Student Dies After Being Assaulted in School Bathroom

Transgender Oklahoma Student Dies After Being Assaulted in School Bathroom

Nex Benedict had been bullied for months, with the harassment starting shortly after Oklahoma passed its transgender school bathroom law.

Read: 10 Security Technology Articles from 2023 That Deserve a Second Look

10 Security Technology Articles from 2023 That Deserve a Second Look

These articles provide tips and lessons learned that will help you make better security technology decisions in the upcoming year.

Read: New Biden Executive Order Aims to Address AI Security, Privacy Risks

New Biden Executive Order Aims to Address AI Security, Privacy Risks

The new executive order acknowledged AI’s positive potential while also warning that “irresponsible use could exacerbate societal harms.”

Read: Klobuchar, Cassidy, McBath, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Hazing on College Campuses

Klobuchar, Cassidy, McBath, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Hazing on College Campuses

This bipartisan legislation would require hazing incidents be included in a college’s annual crime report and improve transparency.

Read: California Governor Signs Melanie’s Law to Stop Youth Fentanyl Overdoses

California Governor Signs Melanie’s Law to Stop Youth Fentanyl Overdoses

Every public school in California will be required to provide school staff members with training on opioid and fentanyl prevention.

Read: New York Lifts Ban on Most Biometrics in Schools

New York Lifts Ban on Most Biometrics in Schools

However, K-12 schools are barred from using facial recognition technology because a study determined the risks may outweigh the benefits.

Read: More States Require Schools to Install Panic Alarms. Is Your Campus Ready?

More States Require Schools to Install Panic Alarms. Is Your Campus Ready?

Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Texas all require K-12 schools to have panic alarms, and other states may soon follow.

Read: Many Texas Schools Struggling to Pay for Armed Campus Personnel

Many Texas Schools Struggling to Pay for Armed Campus Personnel

HB 3 provides nowhere near the funding needed for Texas school districts to hire additional law enforcement officers.

Read: NDAA Compliance Is No Longer an Elective

NDAA Compliance Is No Longer an Elective

Unless your campus has upgraded your security cameras and associated hardware recently, chances are you aren’t NDAA-compliant.

Read: Texas Lawmakers Approve Bill That Would Require Armed Officers at All Schools

Texas Lawmakers Approve Bill That Would Require Armed Officers at All Schools

The bill would require school districts to place an armed school-employed or contracted peace officer or school resource officer on every campus during school hours.

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