School Security :: February 24, 2009

Security Spotlight

  • Simple and Inexpensive Measures Could Increase School Security, Says AASA Research

    A new study suggests that many schools could enhance their security at little to no cost. For example, while two-thirds of all districts lock public entrances to buildings, a third reports that exterior doors are occasionally or often propped open. Also, 11 percent of schools lack a functional safety committee to review policies, programs, responsibilities, issues, and needs. More

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