Fathers of Parkland victims hail school safety report, teacher's union says report gets an "F"

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WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- The Trump administration unveils its controversial plan to prevent school shootings.

Tuesday, in a 177-page report, the administration released 93 recommendations for schools, parents, and communities to implement.

They include ways to fight cyberbullying, provide better access to mental health care, and make sure students feel comfortable telling adults when a peer’s behavior raises red flags.

The report also finds safety could be improved with qualified, armed teachers, and by making it easier for military veterans to earn teaching credentials.



 
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