The Federal Commission on School Safety issues its final report today.
The commission held meetings across the country and heard the need for more mental health resources for students. The report by the Federal Commission on School Safety, which was created in response to the February mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, is set to focus primarily on addressing school discipline guidelines and other issues like mental health and school security, while making no recommendations regarding gun control legislation, The Washington Post reported.
>> Read the report here
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The commission chose to focus on the Obama guidelines in part because Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz, a former MSD student, was a participant in Broward County's Promise program which provides alternatives forms of discipline to arrest for some students.