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Following Texas and Georgia, West Virginia is the latest state to pass legislation pertaining to the use of cameras in special education classrooms.
Investing in net-zero energy school buildings can pay dividends to districts down the line.
Regulations tackle drills, safety plans, firearms and SROs, a new report shows.
Detection dogs sniff out drugs, explosives and dangerous weapons, and can be more effective than traditional security staffs in certain situations.
The ever-increasing need for school safety and surveillance, as well as a desire for more accurate record-keeping, is driving wider adoption of biometric technology in school districts.
As district leaders boost school lunch nutrition, today’s cafeterias face stiff competition from home-prepared meals and, among high school students, food trucks and nearby eateries.
A DA Quick Resource Guide to managing vending machines in schools for meals and snacks.
Administrators increasingly accept that boosting school safety may rely on realistic active shooter drills that can upset staff and students
More frequent and intense natural disasters require school leadership to address trauma and prepare for extended disruptions.
One of the oldest districts in the nation recently completed its first construction project in 15 years by rebuilding a school to accommodate STEM learning for grades 6 through 12.
The Handle With Care program is providing alerts to educators regarding students who have recently been exposed to trauma.
An energy performance contract helps Madison County save energy and reinvest in creating award-winning schools.
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