In today’s era of budget cuts, education leaders are looking for ways to leverage existing resources to meet institution-wide goals, as opposed to buying new, expensive tools that may or may not work as intended.
While some students are calling the new ID badge policy a threat against their rights, university officials are sticking with their policy of requiring students and faculty to wear their badges at all times.
Two schools in Canton, Mass., are adopting a program that trains students and staff on how to make rapid decisions under pressure in a Columbine-like incident, including determining whether and how to attack an intruder.
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