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Senate approves $328 million for school safety | #hacking | #aihp

Schools could soon get a safety infrastructure funding boost after the Senate on Sunday passed a bill that would provide districts $15,000 per campus for security upgrades and tighten auditing requirements.

While senators generally applauded the additional $328 million in school safety infrastructure spending, some lamented that there wasn’t money dedicated specifically for mental health programs.

House Bill 3 combines portions from several safety-related bills, including one previously passed by the House, said bill sponsor Sen. Robert Nichols, R-Jacksonville.

The bill would give districts $15,000 per campus and $10 per student for safety-related funding, create mental health training programs for school staffs and beef up auditing, training and intruder planning requirements.

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