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Emily Ann Brown

edtech washington dc
One biometric finger scan can last a student’s whole career in a district. And because the scans are stored as encrypted algorithms, rather than images, they are more secure.
Before implementation, help staff grasp the reasons why the district is migrating to a new education technology.
Robert Dillon, Director of Innovative Learning, The School District of University City, Missouri
Biometric technology may strengthen school safety. It may also offer a more efficient system for identity checks, attendance taking and bookkeeping.
To boost school safety, administrators should know how to identify students who express intent to harm themselves or act out violently.
Sal Khan FETC
Eujon Anderson, Technology Director, Troy City Schools, Alabama
Along with active shooter drills, Glen Lake Community Schools in Michigan also installed police call boxes in classroom to boost school safety.
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