An at-a-glance version of the Federal guides that help school, district, and higher ed emergency management personnel develop and update high-quality, customized emergency operations plans.
Watch our NEW archived Webinar on the topic of supports for homeless and displaced students and families during and after emergencies that impact school district,
school, and campus communities.
The U.S. Department of Education released a set of frequently asked questions (FAQs) on schools'
and school districts' responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) in the context of school safety.
Watch our archived Webinar on the REMS TA Center's mobile application for site assessments, how it was enhanced to meet the
needs of education agencies, the importance and uses of its data, and more.
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The Commission released a 177-page report detailing 93 best practices and policy recommendations for improving safety at schools across the country. REMS TA Center resources are recommended by the Commission on several topics.
Download and read our NEW fact sheet on planning for opioid emergencies and engaging in opioid-related preparedness activities.
Download our NEW exercise and training package that may be used to strengthen EOPs and identify gaps and weaknesses.
Start assessing the safety, security, accessibility, and emergency preparedness of your education agency's buildings and grounds.
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