Florida Now Requires Schools to Have Armed Protection. Districts and Counties Must Make That a Reality

(TNS) – In the aftermath of the Parkland shooting and the state of Florida’s new law that requires armed security on every campus, some superintendents worry districts will now be competing for the same personnel.

For the 2016-2017 school year, Florida’s Department of Education counted about 1,500 officers.

But there are more than twice as many public schools — about 3,800.

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