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Indiana lawmakers approved a controversial bill to allow guns in parked cars on school property.
A proposal seeking to prevent school systems from collecting students' biometric data has won the support of the Florida Senate.
A Florida House committee has approved a bill that would allow trained officials to carry weapons in schools.
High-tech security features on Dallas County Schools’ newest buses will include thumbprint readers to keep track of riders and “pedophile cameras” to keep them safe.
A Delaware state House committee is considering a bill that requires emergency alarm systems in all Delaware schools.
A security officer could become a regular presence at Lafayette Parish School Board meetings.
A bill in Nebraska would set school security standards for the state. Currently, it’s up to each school district to decide security standards, but state Sen. Rick Kolowski wants someone to help implement those measures, saying “To have someone at the state level that can give assistance to districts when they have questions or collect information from districts so we know where we stand.”
Twenty-five percent of U.S. parents report “frequently” worrying about their child being harmed at school, and that concern is up from 2009-2011, according to Gallup’s annual Crime poll, conducted Oct. 3-6, 2013.
The families of students who were shot and killed in the cafeteria of their high school sued the school district on the shooting's second anniversary.
Less than one-third of the Chicago area's 2,124 elementary, middle, and high schools do not report any incidents to a School Incident Reporting System.