School Safety Measures Expand After Parkland Shooting

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About one-third of today's parents fear for their child's safety in school, finds a Phi Delta Kappa poll. That's the highest proportion since 1998 and a steep increase from 2013, when the number was only 12 percent. Schools are using more devices like security cameras, metal detectors and bullet-resistant doors . . .

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