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Funding

Read: Deadline Extended for Ohio Schools to Claim School Safety Grant Money

Deadline Extended for Ohio Schools to Claim School Safety Grant Money

The deadline has been extended until Nov. 30 for the 27 percent of eligible Ohio schools who have not claimed their school safety grant money yet.

Read: How Healthcare Dir. of the Year Robert Field Finds Funding for Security

How Healthcare Dir. of the Year Robert Field Finds Funding for Security

In order to have a successful workplace violence prevention program, Robert Field first had to acquire the necessary grants and funding.

Read: $35M Awarded to Tenn. School Districts to Improve School Safety

$35M Awarded to Tenn. School Districts to Improve School Safety

Nearly 150 school districts in Tennessee have been awarded $35M for school security and safety funding, recommended by the Governor’s School Safety Working Group.

Read: Parkland Shooting Survivor Raises Money and Receives Civic Award

Parkland Shooting Survivor Raises Money and Receives Civic Award

Aidan Spitzer, Parkland shooting victim, raised over $23,000 for medical kits and received a civic award from the mayor of Parkland.

Read: $63M for Emergency Assistance to Institutions of Higher Education

$63M for Emergency Assistance to Institutions of Higher Education

The Emergency Assistance to Institutions of Higher Education will fund those effected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma or Maria and the 2017 Calif. wildfires.

Read: Don’t Let Congress Forget About the National Center for Campus Public Safety

Don’t Let Congress Forget About the National Center for Campus Public Safety

The federal government’s fiscal year 2019 budget currently does not include funding for the National Center for Campus Public Safety. Congress must continue supporting this effective and important program to keep students safe.

Read: Texas School Safety Plan Released By Governor Abbott

Texas School Safety Plan Released By Governor Abbott

Governor Abbott’s plan brings a series of state policy changes and school safety recommendations in a wide range of areas.

Read: New Md. School Safety Law Creates Standards for Student Assessments, Emergency Preparedness

New Md. School Safety Law Creates Standards for Student Assessments, Emergency Preparedness

The law touches on several areas designed to increase schools’ resilience and emergency preparedness.

Read: Conditions of Minn. State Hospitals Reach Crisis Point, Officials Say

Conditions of Minn. State Hospitals Reach Crisis Point, Officials Say

Officials are facing a backlog of tens of millions of dollars worth of renovations at the state-operated health facilities.

Read: School Security Bolstered With Omnibus Funding Bill, STOP School Violence Act

School Security Bolstered With Omnibus Funding Bill, STOP School Violence Act

Massive funding increases are coming to the education sector just as many school officials feared budgets would shrink.

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