How can administrators prepare staff with best practices and reasonable emergency plans? How can you communicate safety to your parents in a social media world on digital steroids?
Across the country, schools are weighing the pros and cons of practicing worst-case scenario drills without unduly traumatizing students, staff and the community.
As more states consider allowing staff to be armed in the classroom, we present two perspectives.
The great majority of school violence prevention programs do not work. This is demonstrated by bullying continuing at unprecedented rates.
The world of security can be daunting. Security tools and technologies are often expensive, and school leaders are not typically trained to know what will offer their institutions the greatest benefit.