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Lockers: Trends in School Security, Learning, and Technology

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Sponsored By: DeBourgh Manufacturing Company

Description: North American school boards are divided between those that do and do not provide lockers to their students. This difference of opinion has arisen from trends in school security, funding cuts, declining locker use, antibullying policies, back health, and informal learning. Pro- and antilocker advocates present valid but sometimes contradictory concerns. There is a third option: nonassigned lockers. This course discusses the functional and economic rationale for nonassigned lockers, gives an overview of electronic access control systems, and reviews locker construction.

Presented by: Zach Isaacs, DeBourgh Manufacturing Co.

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