School Safety

  Posted on: Friday, October 4, 2019
Senators propose national clearinghouse for school safety
ASUMag.com, by: Mike Kennedy, October 2, 2019
Two U.S. senators have introduced bipartisan legislation that would establish a federally funded and housed information clearinghouse detailing best practices for school security and design.

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