Ariz. schools undergo architectural changes to boost security

Officials in Arizona are working on architectural changes to increase security in schools in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shootings in Connecticut. The architectural changes at some schools include renovated front offices, added security cameras and panic buttons. In Phoenix, where schools were built to allow easy access to the community and serve as neighborhood gathering spots, officials say they want to balance security needs with the desire for schools not to resemble fortresses.

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