Schools turn to apps, other tech to guard against shootings

In this Monday May 13, 2019 photo Juliet Fine, right, the principal at Horace Mann School stands and watches as parents pick up their children after a school day in Beverly Hills, Calif. Efforts to combat the problem of school shootings are shifting toward software and other technology to reduce casualties. Beverly Hills officials have added armed security guards, surveillance cameras and an app to report attacks and connect with police.

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