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Panic buttons, automatic locks and bulletproof windows top the proposed safety rules after Uvalde shooting

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The Texas Education Agency announced a plethora of proposals Thursday. Schools would have to start putting in place these safety measures starting in 2023. The proposed requirements come about five months after a gunman killed 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.
Published 3 months ago · Uvalde, United States

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Panic buttons, automatic locks and bulletproof windows top the proposed safety rules after Uvalde shooting

The Texas Education Agency announced Thursday a plethora of proposals that would, among other changes, require public schools to install silent panic alarms and automatic locks on exterior doors.Other proposals include inspecting doors on a weekly basis to make sure they lock and can be opened from the outside only with a key. Two-way emergency radios would also have to be tested regularly. Schools would need to add some sort of vestibules so vi…

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Panic buttons, automatic locks and bulletproof windows top the proposed safety rules after Uvalde shooting

These proposed requirements could take effect this school year after the Texas Education Agency takes public comment into consideration.

3 months ago·San Antonio, United States
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Panic buttons, automatic locks, and more proposed safety rules after Uvalde shooting

The Texas Education Agency announced Thursday a plethora of proposals that would, among other changes, require public schools to install silent panic alarms and

3 months ago·San Antonio, United States
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Panic buttons, automatic locks and bulletproof windows top the proposed safety rules after Uvalde shooting

Months after the Robb Elementary shooting, the TEA announced several proposals to boost school safety, including panic buttons and bulletproof windows.

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Panic buttons, automated door locks among new TEA school safety requirement plan

In response to the deadly school mass shooting in Uvalde, the Texas Education Agency developed a new plan to "improve security" in Texas public schools.

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Panic buttons, automatic locks and bulletproof windows top the proposed safety rules after Uvalde shooting

These proposed requirements could take effect this school year after the Texas Education Agency takes public comment into consideration.

3 months ago·Austin, United States
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