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Area school employees participate in a simulation during school marshal training at at Bexar County Firearms Training Center on Friday, June 29, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas.
Huge,” said Jan Friese, executive director of the Texas Counseling Association.The law allows districts to train and arm school employees to respond to an active shooter.Texas Take: Get political headlines from across the state sent directly to your inbox Few signed up in the first five years of the program, but more applied after the Santa Fe shooting, with nearly 200 marshals now trained and employed in schools. Collaboration in the development, delivery, and evaluation of educator preparation is required.
(a) To ensure the highest level of educator preparation and practice, the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) recognizes that the preparation of educators must be the joint responsibility of educator preparation programs (EPPs) and the Early Childhood-Grade 12 public and private schools of Texas.(Josie Norris /The San Antonio Express-News via AP) AUSTIN — An unlimited number of school district teachers and staff can now go armed on campus to help guard against future school shootings, a change spurred by the 2018 massacre at Santa Fe High School that brought the reality of school violence home to Texas.