So the school basically wants to rest on 'security by obscurity' and is mad that it was exposed so easily? Unfortunately, things are rarely fixed by simply telling organizations their problems. It would be like IPVM sending a letter: "Dear Mr. Manufacturer, your marketing claims X, Y and Z are wrong. Could you please correct them?" The reality is that most organizations only change under public pressure.
If the school is being honest with themselves, then there should not have been any way to gain entry by the reporter, the school would have been locked down, and controlled, locked entry points would have been the only option.
Since the school was not locked down, and there can be NO REASON why the school was not locked down (God, how much prior notice do you need to have?); this is all about being vindictive for making the school look like the fools they were.
This Draws Attention to the negatives of the systems in place.
Gives no alternatives,solutions,avenues or even ideas of where to go with the problems.
We all know the school systems out there have a lot of holes .
1. limit access points
2. I D everyone accessing the property
3. put technologies in place to screen, detect, review human attitudes and the social landscape or enviornment
4. set up higher standards for the schools like the private sector ( expectations )
5. set up higher consequences and penaltys for their actions
Not Prisons, Guards, Guns, Jails
Counselors, Big Brothers,sisters, people to really be there for the kids
Higher Standards, Higher Rewards, Better Social Rewards & Enviornments