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State Legislation Requires Schools Consider Silent Panic Alarm Systems

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During a ceremony in New York City June 23, Governor Kathy Hochul signs Alyssa's Law to strengthen school safety, where districts would be required to consider installing silent panic alarms in classrooms. KEVIN P. COUGHLIN/OFFICE OF GOVERNOR KATHY HOCHUL

During a ceremony in New York City June 23, Governor Kathy Hochul signs Alyssa's Law to strengthen school safety, where districts would be required to consider installing silent panic alarms in classrooms. KEVIN P. COUGHLIN/OFFICE OF GOVERNOR KATHY HOCHUL

During a ceremony in New York City June 23, Governor Kathy Hochul signs Alyssa's Law to strengthen school safety, where districts would be required to consider installing silent panic alarms in classrooms. KEVIN P. COUGHLIN/OFFICE OF GOVERNOR KATHY HOCHUL

During a ceremony in New York City June 23, Governor Kathy Hochul signs Alyssa's Law to strengthen school safety, where districts would be required to consider installing silent panic alarms in classrooms. KEVIN P. COUGHLIN/OFFICE OF GOVERNOR KATHY HOCHUL

During a ceremony in New York City June 23, Governor Kathy Hochul signs Alyssa's Law to strengthen school safety, where districts would be required to consider installing silent panic alarms in classrooms. KEVIN P. COUGHLIN/OFFICE OF GOVERNOR KATHY HOCHUL

During a ceremony in New York City June 23, Governor Kathy Hochul signs Alyssa's Law to strengthen school safety, where districts would be required to consider installing silent panic alarms in classrooms. KEVIN P. COUGHLIN/OFFICE OF GOVERNOR KATHY HOCHUL

Desirée Keegan on Jun 28, 2022
Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation last week requiring school districts to consider the use of silent panic alarm systems when conducting review and development of school safety plans — and... more

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