Cuellar, M. J., & Coyle, S. (2020). Assessing disparities in school safety: implications for promoting equality in current efforts to keep kids safe. Security Journal, 1. This research will discuss the disparities found in school safety technologies and suggest ways to make them more equitable.
Collins, S., Park, T., & Vance, A. (2020, December 14). Ensuring school safety while also protecting privacy: FPF testimony before the federal commission on school safety. Future of Privacy Forum. This article will discuss student privacy issues associated with school safety technology.
Sparks, S. D. (2021). “High-surveillance” schools lead to more suspensions, lower achievement. Education Week, 40(31), 6–7. This article discusses how the use of surveillance in schools can backfire when it comes to safety.
Eadens, D.W., Walker, L., & Yurin, V. (2020). School safety in rural settings. In N. Templeton (Ed.), Voices from the Field: Building Capacity for Leadership and Social Change in Rural Schools. ICPEL Press. This article will discuss the disparities of technology and other school safety protocols for rural schools.
Warnick, B. R., & Kapa, R. (2019). Protecting students from gun violence: Does “target hardening” do more harm than good? Education Next, 19(2), 22. This article describes how target hardening in schools can lead to unsafe outcomes for students.
Hutton, T., & Bailey, K. (2007). School policies and legal issues supporting safe schools. The Hamilton Fish Institute on School and Community Violence & Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Read pages 5-44. This research will discuss the disparities and legal issues associated with school safety technologies.
Herold, B. (2019, May 30). Schools are deploying massive digital surveillance systems. The results are alarming. Education Week, 38(34), 1. This article will describe the results of mass surveillance within schools.
Vance, A. (2020, November 15). School safety measures must have evidence, be specific, and have privacy and equity guardrails. Student Privacy Compass. This article discusses why school safety technologies need to be equitable and respect the privacy of students.
Schroeder, S. (2016). Surveillance, violence, and the marginalization of students of color. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education, 13(1), 56–59. This article describes the effects of surveillance and violence on students of color.
Froelich, A. (2020). The increasingly covert and invasive surveillance of students and its visible role in the school-to-prison pipeline. Children's Legal Rights Journal, 40(2), 118-136. This research establishes how surveillance can lead to poor outcomes for students of color.
Weinstein, M. (2020). School of surveillance: The students’ rights implications of artificial intelligence as k-12 public school security. North Carolina Law Review, 98(2), 438. Read the introduction and overview of this article to understand some of the legal issues around bias in school safety technologies.
Kamenetz, A., & Bakeman, J. (2019, September 12). To prevent school shootings, districts are surveilling students' online lives. NPR. This article discusses how digital assessment of social media accounts of students is used to prevent active shootings.
Williams, C. (2018, March 20). Tough security measures help urban schools avert mass shootings. The Christian Science Monitor. This article describes the heightened security measures used to keep staff and students safe within urban school communities.