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The Debate Over Using Artificial Intelligence and Data Science in Education

Schools and higher education have been forecasting the emergence and impact of artificial intelligence on education topics for several years (Horizon Report, 2017).

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A comparison of mining and school risk management – Precious metals vs. precious kids

Risk is everywhere and we must take steps to manage our exposure as things move forward, whether this means protecting our precious metals or precious kids.

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What You Should Consider When Establishing a Security and Risk Management Program for Your School

Whether you are an experienced school safety practitioner or cast into the role recently, there are many things to evaluate when putting together a school security risk management program.

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An SRM blueprint for schools Part 2

ESRM is a theoretical construct, application and approach to risk management that emphasizes cost effectiveness, holistic (non-siloed) involvement by the entire organization, real time understanding of multivariate threats as they impact the goals and viability of an organization.

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What the viral Sandy Hook video is trying to tell you: A risk management professional’s opinion.

Many have used it to advance anti-gun movements while others have used it as a way to advocate for more government control and support of safety and security initiatives. Others have interpreted the video in convenient ways and are spinning the content to meet their own special interests. We need to focus on the real message here, what it means, and what we can do to heed the deafening echo the video creates in our emotions and psyche. eisk

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A Brief Look at Recent School and Campus Risk Management Efforts

As most security practitioners know, school and campus risk management has been behind the power curve for decades. Recent high visibility events have started to change this, and governments have opened budgets and made disciplinary actions a common thread in addressing the issues.

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