School Safety

  Posted on: Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Enabling Students To Learn Safely, by: William Sako, April 14, 2020
The primary concern of every K-12 school is to enable students to learn, grow and thrive in a safe and secure environment. In trying to accomplish that goal, schools are facing a big obstacle in facilitating robust, reliable and immediate communications between school staff and first responders during an emergency event. Schools continue to search for integrated and universal solutions to meet their communications challenges.

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