Protecting the Learning Environment
July 1, 2011
Author: Timothy Means
Source: Security Products Magazine
Protecting the learning environment
By Timothy Means Jul 01, 2011
Inside classrooms, 10 to 100 or more people are isolated from the outside world in a room with doors that do not lock to keep danger out. In the eyes of campus safety experts, this is the perfect setting for a potentially bad situation.
The amount of time college students spend inside classrooms—from two to six hours daily—causes a sizeable gap in mass notification system coverage for most colleges and universities. To penetrate the protected learning environment, schools must employ precision notification systems.