Broward Schools To Hold Public Forum On School Safety EnhancementsIn the wake of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, a forum will be held Wednesday to discuss upcoming changes to make schools safer in Broward.
Superintendents Say Money May Not Cover Armed Resource OfficersFlorida’s school superintendents warn there may not be enough money to post an armed school resource officer at each school in the state.
Broward Superintendent Outlines New Security Measures For School SafetyConcerned residents were given an opportunity to have their voices heard as school safety remains a major issue in South Florida.
One Month Later: Looking Back At Everything That's Happened Since The MSD ShootingFour weeks ago in Parkland, everything changed.
Talking To Kids About Gun Violence Is Important, But Take Their Age Into ConsiderationAs conversations continue around the country about school violence and safety, many parents are struggling with what to tell their children.
Father Of MSD Victim Focused On School Safety, Not Gun Control: "That's What It Should Be About"Efforts continue to move forward as parents and students fight for change following the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last month.
All Eyes On Gov. Scott As He Considers Signing School Safety MeasureGovernor Rick Scott is not rushing to sign a compromise school safety and gun reform measure.
The Atlantic Magazine Hosts Miami Town Hall Meeting On School SafetyJournalists with The Atlantic magazine led the conversation Monday night about the current state of Miami’s public schools.
Senate To Hold Saturday Session On School SafetyFlorida Senate to hold rare Saturday session to debate a school safety measure mired in controversy over allowing armed teachers.
Gov. Rick Scott Lays Out $500 Million Plan To Increase School Safety In Florida Florida Governor Rick Scott is a man with a plan.
Miami-Dade Plans To Strengthen School Safety ProtocolsSchool safety is top of mind and a top priority for not only Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School but also schools in Miami-Dade County as well.
Florida House, Senate Announce School Safety, Gun PlansHouse & Senate leaders outlined proposals that may lead to some armed teachers in public schools & requiring gun purchasers be at least 21.