Historically, school safety initiatives have addressed issues related to bullying, vandalism, student fights, and weather-related emergencies. However, with the rise in number of school shootings, administrators are compelled to redefine school safety to include an increased focus on school security.
In support of K-12 districts who are engaging in meaningful conversations surrounding school security, we interviewed district administrators who shared insights on how their districts are adapting to heightened security needs and stakeholder concerns.
Our latest study, K-12 School Security: 12 Findings from the Field, shares key takeaways from the interviews with district leaders and provides a snapshot of how districts of all sizes across the country are addressing school safety concerns.
Download the K-12 School Security: 12 Findings from the Field brief now