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"Mr. Getty needs red construction paper.” Those six words seem so innocent. But for my wife, who taught in a public elementary school for ten years, those six words signaled an active shooter drill. 

And then the rundown would begin. Lock the doors…lock the windows…pull down the shades…hide the...

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The first safety measure generally observed by visitors at a school is the security vestibule at the front entrance of the school. Security vestibules provide administrators with control over who has access to the interior of the school, thus providing an important line of defense. Yet not all...

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, there has been plenty of discussion within the courthouse planning community about the way remote proceedings have improved court operations. Remote proceedings have provided the public with more convenient access to the court and have provided the court with an...

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It has now been over two full years since COVID first came along, and many businesses are implementing "return to the workplace" programs and policies. Transitioning back to the workplace can be difficult. Not only can it be a challenge to keep the work-life balance going, but the old office...

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“FOOD FIGHT!!” shouts Bluto Blutarsky, seconds before cafeteria mayhem ensues in the iconic 1970s comedy “Animal House.” More images of chaos from other corners of pop culture quickly follow on-screen, humorously illustrating what our lives might look like without the Rule of Law. For a moment, I...

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