911: the school administrator's guide to crisis management
Practical guide to school emergency management based on tested, workable, methods. Includes systematic steps in procedure planning and implementation, prevention, minimization, and evaluation. Covers everything from preparatory planning to post-crisis evaluation.
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How 911 Became Common
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