How schools are tackling safety as students return to class
Clip: 08/06/2022 | 6m 8s
As students head back to the classroom in a few weeks, they bring renewed concerns about safety. That's often left up to individual school districts, but some federal money is available to help. Lori Alhadeff, founder of Make Our Schools Safe, and Amy Klinger from the Educator's School Safety Network join Lisa Desjardins to discuss.
Aired: 08/06/22 |
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