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Wed October 23, 2013
Is Michigan preparing schools for emergencies?
When you send your child off to school every day, you entrust the safety of your child to those who run that school.
So, when a new report from the group Save the Children revealed that Michigan is among four states that do not require K-12 schools to have emergency plans for multiple hazards, we wanted to learn more.
Even more, the study found more than half the states and D.C. don’t require schools or day care centers to meet minimum standards to protect children during major emergencies.
Are Michigan schoolchildren adequately protected? What more can and should be done to keep them as safe as possible?
Listen to the full interview above.