White briefs lawmakers on school security
BATON ROUGE - State education superintendent John White briefed state lawmakers this morning on security conditions and changes at Louisiana's schools.
White said after the Sandy Hook elementary shooting in Connecticut, 52 percent of Louisiana's school districts made changes to their school security plans.
He also said 98 percent of Louisiana school districts are in compliance with the state's security requirements.
News 2's Mike Steele will have more on White's testimony and questions from lawmakers about how safe the state's schools are tonight.
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