There is no longer any excuse for a school to leave exterior doors unlocked. It’s a luxury gone the way of floppy disks and pet rocks. And that admonition applies equally to small rural campuses as well as large urban high schools. Today’s best practices for K-12 access control are about hardening all entries and leaving only one entrance–the front door–for parents and other visitors. By doing so, administrators go a long way toward keeping intruders from gaining ...

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