Dr. Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Managing Director for Counter Terrorism and Infrastructure Protection, was an invited expert panelist last week in Washington D.C. at a school security event hosted by the Security Industry Association (SIA), a trade association for electronic and physical security solution providers, in cooperation with the Congressional School Safety Caucus on Capitol Hill.
TAL Global CEO Johnathan Tal spoke with the Washington Post about the changing security considerations for the nation’s schools in the face of a dynamic threats from abroad and at home.
With a record of impressive success in connecting urban charter schools in New York City with their neighborhoods, Ms. Aretha Miller, Wilmington’s Community Education Building (CEB) new CEO is ready to take the ambitious project to its next stage.
Recently, TAL Global partnered with the Longwood Foundation to help transform the new Community Education Building (CEB), located in downtown Wilmington, Delaware, by turning it from a vacant bank headquarters into a state-of-the-art, safe and secure educational center, where thousands of K-12 pupils in multiple charter schools can focus and realize their academic goals.
Hundreds of thousands of victims of high school bullying (an estimated 200,000) bring weapons (knives and guns) to school, most probably as a reaction to their bullying experiences. This is one of the jaw-dropping findings presented by a group of researchers at a recent Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) annual meeting in Vancouver, British Colombia.
TAL Global’s experts are partnering with the Community Education Building in Wilmington, Delaware, to help secure and educate tomorrow’s leaders.
Are school shootings becoming a routine in America’s schools?
The statistics are deeply worrying, and the details are horrifying.