The secret to secured entries at schools
from By: Charlie Howell
Schools across the nation are reacting to the public outcry to do something in the name of security to protect students and teachers from violence. Many schools look at the concept of a secured entry — a holding vestibule for unauthorized persons until they are vetted and authorized to enter — as the big answer. However, these schools are spending money to create secured entries that are not likely to work when they are needed. I have only seen nine instances in approximately the last 100 implemented or planned secured entries that have a chance at performing their function.
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