School Safety

  Posted on: Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Allegion Unveils 'In Session' Video Series, Providing K-12 Administrators with Resources Around Security, Safety and Funding
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Today, Allegion U.S., a leading provider of security products and solutions, launched "In Session," a new video series intended to educate K-12 administrators on classroom and facility security, student and faculty safety, as well as funding.

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