March 2020 was the first March in about 20 years without a school shooting in the United States. The Washington Post reported that has been school shootings in the month of March every year since 2002.
Trustees unanimously vote to reopen residential campuses in Florida and Arizona; face-to-face instruction begins June 30
Brian Miller was fired from the Broward County Sheriff’s Office last year for not adequately responding to the shooting. Now that firing has been thrown out by a union arbitrator.
Many districts, including Lyon County in Nevada, are grappling with how to cut costs in the face of a drop in revenue to fund schools.
Officers are helping with truancy checks, technology assistance, road patrol and meal distribution as schools across the state remain closed through at least May 1.
Concerned parents sued the Madison Local School District over its training requirements for staff members to carry a concealed weapon. Now, those policies have been struck down.
Even before the coronavirus crisis, the Nebraska district was facing an 11 to 15 percent drop in state aid that will cause it to make tough decisions.
The new measure, which goes into effect immediately, amends previously passed legislation meant to improve statewide school safety.
The legislation comes as a response to an incident involving a sheriff’s deputy tasing a special education student last year.
The legislation would involve appointing a chief school marshal and 16 regional marshals to provide security services across Ohio.