School Safety

  Posted on: Monday, August 5, 2019
Florida launches school security database with student discipline, health, social media info
Emily L. Mahoney - Tampa Bay Times
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Department of Education rolled out its database of student information late Thursday that’s designed to enhance school security in the wake of last year’s shooting in Parkland.

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