How can we make our communities and schools safer, prevent another Parkland or Sandy Hook? It's not Biden's gun control proposal. It's called Behavioral Threat Assessment. It's how the US Secret Service protects the President. The answer is literally standing in front of him.
All of us make mistakes. The key is to acknowledge them, learn, and move on. The real sin is ignoring mistakes, or worse, seeking to hide them.
The tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas should show us that it is no longer acceptable to dismiss disturbing behavior, criminal activity, or threats against our schools. The lives of our children & teachers depend on it. We can’t rewind the clock, but we can learn the lessons of the past.
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos met with supporters and critics of an Obama-era directive [https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/letters/colleague-201401-title-vi.pdf] on school discipline on Wednesday. Secretary DeVos is considering changes to the directive and possibly repealing the guidelines outlined therein. That 2014 directive, issued
On March 20, Governor Rick Scott appointed me (Ryan Petty) to the MSD Public Safety Commission. I am honored to be appointed and I am pleased to accept. I look forward to serving the citizens of the state of Florida, and especially our children and teachers. I will work tirelessly
March 14, 2018 I will read a short statement from the families, and then I will begin my personal statement. We, the families of the amazing children and teachers killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day, would like to recognize the first responders who were witnesses