11AM PT, 2PM ET
Ensuring the security of students, faculty and staff at school is a primary concern for any community. However, natural disasters, cyberbullying and issues involving intruders are on the rise. Addressing these risks is paramount to make sure all of these individuals are safe.
Join the Center for Digital Education and Cisco for a thought-provoking webcast on creating safer schools. We’ll use results from a new national survey gauging how well educators coordinate with public safety agencies on school safety issues as the foundation for discussing comprehensive community-centric approaches to protecting students and campuses. Our panel of educators, public safety representatives and industry experts will examine how better cooperation and communication between schools, law enforcement and others can reduce the threat of school violence and other safety risks.
Spend an hour with us on April 16 at 11 a.m. Pacific / 2 p.m. Eastern to:
Hear real-world examples of how K12 districts are improving school safety
Understand current strengths and weaknesses of education-law enforcement cooperation and what these findings mean for your district
Gain insight into how technology helps enable school security and stakeholder communication