Empowering Teachers with School Safety Technology

Since the pandemic, the United States has experienced a mass exodus of qualified K-12 teachers and a waning number of new educators entering the workforce. There are currently 567,000 fewer educators in America’s public schools today than there were before the pandemic. With four out of ten educators feeling less secure in classrooms now compared to five years ago, and with Alyssa’s Law gaining traction, school safety has become a top priority for both government compliance and staff retention. Alyssa’s Law is more than just a security measure; it has the potential to empower teachers, enhance job satisfaction, and improve teacher retention rates. Alyssa’s Law is critical legislation for school safety and teacher retention. Learn more.