Core Curriculum, Testing, and Evaluations
Core Curriculum and Testing are designed to ensure that students are prepared for today’s entry-level careers, freshman-level college courses, and workforce training programs. It’s focused on developing the critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical reasoning skills that students will need to be successful. They also provide a way for teachers to measure student progress throughout the school year and ensure that students are on the pathway to success in their academic careers. Evaluations are a means to produce useful feedback which the teacher and school can use to improve their quality of instruction. They are beneficial because instructors can review how others interpret their teaching methods, thereby improving their instruction.
Bullying and Student Discipline
Bullying is a serious and complicated problem in our education system today. Identifying bullies is easy, however, catching them in the act of proof is usually much more challenging. Surveillance cameras are able to provide this proof, and eliminate the “he said, she said”. In conjunction with an effective campus security plan, SRO’s and teachers monitoring the halls, any instances of bullying will have a witness. Administrators will have the means to counteract the situation with undeniable evidence before the situation becomes catastrophic.
Emergency Management System
An Emergency Management System is a major component of your school’s safety. Homeland Safety Systems, Inc.’s Emergency Management System is designed to provide quick information about your school in an emergency situation. First responders can quickly access your school’s floor plan, showing camera locations, and give emergency crews an internal view of your facility. When movement is detected, the camera locations flash and provide an alert of unauthorized access to the facility and allows quick access to individual camera views.