Robb Elementary School

Read: Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

Studies have found that in more than 43% of K-12 campus shootings, the gunman was currently enrolled at the school.

Read: Texas Education Agency Releases Draft School Safety Recommendations

Texas Education Agency Releases Draft School Safety Recommendations

The proposed rules include default locking on exterior doors, numbering systems on exterior doors, and panic alarms, among other things.

Read: Uvalde Families, Leaders Call for Texas DPS Director to Resign

Uvalde Families, Leaders Call for Texas DPS Director to Resign

Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw said DPS “did not fail the community, plain and simple.”

Read: Uvalde Teacher Wrongly Accused of Leaving Door Open Suffers from Tremors, Depression

Uvalde Teacher Wrongly Accused of Leaving Door Open Suffers from Tremors, Depression

In a press conference, Texas authorities originally claimed Amy Marin left a door propped open, giving the gunman access to the school.

Read: Texas Governor Announces New Chief of School Safety and Security

Texas Governor Announces New Chief of School Safety and Security

John P. Scott will report directly to Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath and will have a direct line to the Office of the Governor.

Read: Uvalde CISD Suspends UCISD Police Department

Uvalde CISD Suspends UCISD Police Department

It’s not clear how long the suspension of the entire police department will last.

Read: Uvalde CISD Police to Return to Work Amid Calls for Suspension

Uvalde CISD Police to Return to Work Amid Calls for Suspension

Community members are demanding the officers who responded to the Robb Elementary School shooting be suspended until an audit is complete.

Read: Uvalde School Board Fires Police Chief Arredondo

Uvalde School Board Fires Police Chief Arredondo

Pete Arredondo’s attorney says the proceedings against the former Uvalde school police chief are an “illegal and unconstitutional public lynching.”

Read: As Classes Start, Schools Upgrade Security

As Classes Start, Schools Upgrade Security

Here’s a run-down of what some campuses, districts, cities, and states are doing to make schools more safe and secure.

Read: Let’s Try to Be Understanding with Everyone Who Responded to Uvalde

Let’s Try to Be Understanding with Everyone Who Responded to Uvalde

When a tragedy like Uvalde happens, it’s hard to remember that most campus administrators and public safety officials want to do the right thing.

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