It’s not just seventh grade math that is complex. Equally head-scratching for parents, teachers and school administrators is how to ensure that visitors to K-12 educational institutions have a right to be there and are properly identified and recorded. There are a host of reasons why a school would want to screen people before they can enter the building, ranging from fear of violence to unresolved custody disputes, to the need to keep track of everyone in the building in case of an emergency.
The 2015 employee conference gave us a chance to evaluate our performance over the past 12 months. We got to review how we performed as a team against the goals we set for ourselves last year; we talked about what worked well, and we also discussed areas of improvement we want to focus on in the coming months.
We’re proud to be a part of Delaware Technical and Community College’s efforts to improve safety and communications on-campus.
Under multiple-factor authentication, security is taken to the next level, requiring credentials from what you have (physically) and what you know (logical).