The NRA and an anti-gun violence group testified today on a proposed bill to allow locked guns in cars on school grounds.
Monroe County Consolidated School Corporation officials are expected to approve the hire of a school resource officer at this evening’s board meeting.
Laws the General Assembly passed this year include a biennial budget, school safety measures and initiatives aimed at boosting career education.
The list includes three newly formed committees focusing on the Common Core curriculum standards, central Indiana mass transit, and school safety.
Legislative leaders worry about the high number of issues it must consider this year.
The measure would provide at least $10 million in matching grant money for Indiana schools to hire more school resource officers.
New policies adopted by MCCSC teaches educators what 'cool down' method works best for students.
As the General Assembly convenes today, members look forward to seeing eye to eye on more issues.
However, Pence would not commit Wednesday to reviewing the state’s gun laws.
R-BB will conduct safety drills this week with the students and staff.