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Greg Pederson

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5 Non-Emergency Scenarios for Badge Messenger

Badge Messenger isn't just a communication technology for emergencies, it can also be used for a wide variety of everyday activities.

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Why Your School Safety App Isn't Safe

In the days of having an app for everything, using a school safety app may seem like a cost-effective way of having instant communication with every classroom. However, when reliability means safety, a mobile app just won't cut it.

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Making Schools Safe Again with New Legislation Across the Country

Via the National Conference of State Legislatures, the 2018 legislative session saw 43 states propose 392 bills and resolutions related to school safety.

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Creating Security Solutions for the Future

Schools can’t afford to replace major technology every few years. They’re looking to invest in something that works here, now, and futuristically.

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Here's How School Security Should Be Improved in 4 Easy Steps

Since the publication of an earlier commentary on four steps to achieving better school security, many organizations have been in contact to offer excellent additional ways to reach this desired end state. Read more from The Heritage Foundation.

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From the Desk of Greg: A Look at the Technology Behind Badge Messenger

Badge Messenger is always with you. Whether that be for small communication necessities or time-pressing catastrophes, this unique two-way messenger alert system is your aid within arm's reach. Learn more from Greg at Badge Messenger.

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Tech Not Guns: Using Technologies to Keep Schools Safe

While most schools already closely monitor who is coming and going, keeping track of thousands of students, teachers, parents, and other visitors on paper alone can be a challenge. Read Cait Etherington's piece from eLearning Inside on what tech helps.

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Using 1:1 Technology to Engage Parents

Andy Jacks is principal at Ashland Elementary School in Manassas, Virginia. Read his take on engaging parents with 1:1 student technology via NAESP (National Association of Elementary School Principals) site.

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