DENVER (KDVR) — The proposed long-term safety plan from Denver Public Schools is not sitting well with some people. For the first time, parents, educators and students had the chance to share their opinion on the first draft at Monday night’s school board meeting.
The meeting lasted a little more than five hours, and topics of school closures, food insecurity and equity were discussed. Despite all that’s listed in the district’s 50-page safety plan, what brought criticism was the controversy of bringing school resource officers back into schools.
Denver Public Schools has been under a microscope as it grapples with safety and gun violence. Superintendent Alex Marrero created the plan that zeros in on…
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