Security

Articles: Security

Matt Zalaznick
Students at Thurgood Marshall High School in San Francisco USD celebrate Gay-Straight Alliance Day to promote a positive climate for transgender students.
Law backs districts’ transgender accommodations, including access to all facilities, use of chosen name and community outreach
Matt Zalaznick
High school mentors help teach middle school students about online safety and responsible use of social media at Columbia Public Schools in Missouri.
More districts watch social media for posts in which students threaten others or themselves--and take action
Alison DeNisco
Youths take advantage of anonymous apps like Yik Yak may not always be aware of the potential consequences.
Garnering the most concern in many districts is Yik Yak
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
Privacy is key. At Carl Sandburg High School in the Consolidated High School District in Illinois, above, Chief Technology Officer John Connolly, on right, discusses with a teacher some of the data and privacy features to be aware of when working with different apps.
District leaders need internal and external defenses to keep networks secure

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Today, anticipating and eliminating risks in schools is more important than ever. When it comes to risk management, being proactive saves lives, property, and money.