Duval will equip high schools with weapons detectors
Duval County Public Schools leaders met Tuesday afternoon to discuss a multimillion-dollar proposal to purchase and install weapons detectors in all district high schools.
The board gave a thumbs up to the proposal — and the detectors could be installed and operative within the next six months.
It comes as school districts across the country re-evaluate security infrastructure in the wake of the deadly mass shooting at a Texas elementary school.
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