School Safety: One Year After The Parkland Shooting School Safety: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

One year ago, 17 students and educators were shot and killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. What followed was an extraordinary effort from those closely-tied to the tragedy to make schools safer. A year later, a comprehensive list of safety recommendations have been put forth and a new bill is on the table to improve safety efforts in Florida. However, these proposals are not without their critics. The following video drives the conversation of school safety and the improvements (or lack thereof) that have been made since the shooting to make schools safe. Included are interviews with those who were intimately impacted by the tragedy and experts with an outside perspective.

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Meredith Kava

Meredith Kava is a senior at Syracuse University studying Broadcast and Digital Journalism. Outside the classroom, Meredith is the news director at Z89 and a sports staff member at WAER.

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