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The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools has released the fourth edition of its Safety and Security Guidelines for K-12 Schools, which provides guidelines for implementing a layered and tiered approach to securing and enhancing school safety. This latest edition covers best practices on a district-wide level in school transportation, cybersecurity, network infrastructure, and emergency communications.
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