The NRA-backed National School Shield program unveiled recommendations to protect schools from instances of violence, including a model program to train and enable school personnel to carry firearms, NBC News reports.

The 225-page report presented on Tuesday includes eight recommendations, including the NRA’s proposal (originally following the Newtown shooting) to place armed security in every school in the country. Other proposals, alongside the model program to train armed school personnel, include development of better security plans and greater coordination between schools and state and local government in order to fund security programs and develop safety programs, NBC reports.