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Emergency Notifications, Texting, and the FCC

Matthew Colpitss, Interlochen, Michigan  | Published on 1/28/2018
Since 1990, federal law has required colleges and universities to have a notification system for emergencies such as natural disasters, active shooters, bomb threats and more. K-12 schools are also required to develop emergency alerting protocols. Campuses send out critical information through multiple fronts, such as text alerts, broadcast emails, institution homepages, apps, and Twitter. Read more...