This latest edition to the Ask Safe Havens series of free school safety videos explores why it can be important for school organizations to use common terminology to prevent problems during a crisis event. The video also examines why it is not necessary for schools across the nation to use standardized language which can in fact, be problematic in some situations.
We hope school safety practitioners will find this video to be a helpful resource.
We also welcome reader feedback, especially suggestions for future topics in the Ask Safe Havens series.
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