Safe Schools

Students and educators must feel safe in school to create an optimal learning and teaching environment. Creating a safer school must take into account emotional and physical safety and security, and the school building and its infrastructure plays a vital role in both areas. Incorporating advanced security technology that bolsters security to create safer schools requires modernization and new construction plans designed to help prevent, intervene, mitigate and recover from the variety natural, physical, social and technological threats to the school and community.


On the Hill

 5-15-2017, NSBA sends letter to House Committee on Education and Workforce on Rebuilding America’s Schools Act of 2017

Environmental Protection Agency:  Asbestos Laws and Regulations; Healthy Schools, Healthy Kids; Disaster Preparedness and Resources

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Federal Emergency Management Agency 


Schools and Security Measures, Fast Facts, National Center for Statistics, U.S. Department of Education




Stats in Brief, Changes in America's Public School Facilities, U.S. Department of Education

Child Nutrition Tables, U.S. Department of Agriculture


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