Tech tools helpful but "no panacea" for school security

03/25/2005 | eSchool News (free registration)

Proponents of school security systems, like metal detectors and surveillance cameras, say such technology can help first responders assess emergencies and take control more quickly. However, high-tech devices, such as systems that can scan individuals from afar for concealed weapons or explosives, remain out of the financial reach for most schools.

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