public-safetyThe Detroit Public Schools is moving briskly forward with plans to spend nearly...

The Detroit Public Schools is moving briskly forward with plans to spend nearly $42 million to improve safety for its students, faculty, and staff.

The money, approved by voters in a 2009 bond measure, will add 100 security cameras to each high school, 32 in middle schools and 24 on elementary campuses.  There are plans for ID badges to be issued to all students and faculty.

Detroit’s commitment to student safety is admirable.  It’s also vital to keeping the district a...

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