Drawing from a recent national Center for Digital Education (CDE) survey, this white paper explores key security priorities and challenges, and outlines technology-driven approaches that can help ensure campuses — and the people who learn and work on them — remain safe.
College campuses are increasing their collaboration with local law enforcement agencies, focusing on prevention when it comes to physical and digital security threats. This report highlights recent Center for Digital Education research and offers recommendations to improve partnerships that advance digital and physical safety.
Efforts to keep students safe extend beyond school walls — both in the real world and online. Today, it’s common for K-12 schools to coordinate physical and digital security efforts with local law enforcement, first responders and other community organizations.
Today, it’s common for K-12 schools and their communities to coordinate physical and digital security efforts for schools. To understand the issues facing K-12 school districts and first responders, the Center for Digital Education surveyed K-12 education leaders and public safety officials.
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.