Allie Bidwell, an education policy reporter at U.S. News & World Report, interviewed John Boatman, director of school safety solutions in an article about the state of school safety. While many school districts still lack basic safety infrastructure, Haystax School Safety Center can help assess which school safety investments are most critical while also helping schools sift through copious amounts of data each day to identify and mitigate the most critical threats. “We don’t think there’s any single signal that will tell you everything you need to know about a particular kind of threat that’s happening against your school or district,” says John Boatman, director of school safety solutions at Haystax Technology. “We believe the more information you have in context, the better decisions you’re going to make about how to respond to that particular incident.” Click here to read the full article on U.S. News & World Report
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