For generations, schools and universities focused on access and convenience when selecting their doors and entry systems. Schools wanted students, parents and community members to feel comfortable in their facilities and traditionally chose all-glass, “storefront” doors to make their entrances bright and welcoming. Today, after numerous high-profile school shooting incidents like Sandy Hook, Virginia Tech, and Columbine, campus violence has become a legitimate concern. And K-12 ...

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