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Read: What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

Emergency communications are complex and require sophisticated tools to generate effective results.

Read: Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Algonquin’s primary data center operates three 80kVA uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) in parallel with accompanying battery cabinets.

Read: 5 Students Shot, 1 Killed Leaving Football Scrimmage at Roxborough High School

5 Students Shot, 1 Killed Leaving Football Scrimmage at Roxborough High School

The victims, ages 14 to 17, were heading to their locker room when at least two gunmen who were waiting in a vehicle fired dozens of rounds.

Read: 10.5 Million Children Lost a Parent or Caregiver to COVID, Study Finds

10.5 Million Children Lost a Parent or Caregiver to COVID, Study Finds

The new study, co-authored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also found 7,500,000 children were orphaned due to COVID.

Read: Los Angeles Schools to Carry Narcan After Spate of Student Overdoses

Los Angeles Schools to Carry Narcan After Spate of Student Overdoses

All 1,400 schools will be equipped with the overdose-reversing drug after at least seven teens overdosed and one died.

Read: UNC System Board Approves Student Fee for Campus Security

UNC System Board Approves Student Fee for Campus Security

The $60 fee will bring in an estimated $13 million this fiscal year to supplement state funds for UNC System campus safety departments.

Read: How to Talk to Students About Gun Violence in Schools

How to Talk to Students About Gun Violence in Schools

A psychologist offers tips for both school employees and parents on how to speak with kids and teens about school gun violence.

Read: Johns Hopkins Moves Forward with New Private Armed Police Force

Johns Hopkins Moves Forward with New Private Armed Police Force

Previously, Johns Hopkins was one of many colleges that terminated contracts with police or reconsidered how they police their campuses.

Read: How to Prevent K-12 School Violence Using Behavioral Threat Assessments

How to Prevent K-12 School Violence Using Behavioral Threat Assessments

This free webinar will help simplify the process of behavioral threat assessment and management, reduce anxiety, and increase skills and knowledge.

Read: 850 NYC Teachers Fired for Failing to Get COVID Vaccine

850 NYC Teachers Fired for Failing to Get COVID Vaccine

Nearly 2,000 New York City school employees have been terminated since the vaccine mandate took effect in Oct. 2021.

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