Military technology goes into bulletproof whiteboard
BALTIMORE, Md.—Parents across the country are turning to new resources to keep their children safe when they are not at home.
A Maryland business has now developed bulletproof white boards that can double as shields.
The CEO of Hardwire says his company adapted some of its technology used in war zones to be used in classrooms after the Newtown shooting rampage.
The boards sell for $299 on the company’s website.
The CEO donated 90 boards to the school his children attend.
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