Michigan State has some of the best schools in the nation. There are different institutions in the state where you can study different courses, from undergraduate to higher education. One of the problems facing many American institutions is the increasing security threat. However, the Michigan State Police (MSP) is taking serious actions to keep the schools in the state safe.
On Wednesday the 27th of March, the Michigan State Police said it is offering grant to 9 intermediate school districts, twenty public charter schools, sixty-six non-public schools, and one hundred and thirty-five public school districts in the state a grant of $25 million. Speaking about the safety of the schools in the state, Gretchen Whitmer, the state governor said,
“Safety for our children should always be a top priority. Every parent should have the peace of mind that their children are receiving an education that allows them to achieve their dreams under the safest possible conditions.”Source: Campus Life Security
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Applicants And Award Recipients
According to the state department of police, the source of the fund is the Competitive School Safety Grant Program of 2019. The fund will be used for the purchase of equipment and technology which will be used to reinforce the safety and security of staff, student, and school buildings.
The 230 schools that made the list were divided into two Program Area list. A total of 366 schools applied for funds totaling over $46 million. According to the police department, all the schools that got the grant will need to spend it before the 1st of June 2020.
Criteria For Selecting Recipients
A high-power committee which has representatives from the Michigan Department of Education, Michigan Sheriffs’ Association, Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police, Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools, and other professionals reviewed the grant applications. The grant reviewers gave priority to applicants who were omitted in past safety grant funds.
This intervention cannot come at a better time. In the past few years, many schools in the nation has faced gun violence ranging from lone shooter to hostage situations. The increasing level of gun violence faced in schools across the nation has prompted the United States president to push for the revision of gun laws across the nation. Improving the safety of Michigan schools will not only restore the confidence of the parents and students in the system but also secure the future of the America’s future leaders.