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El Paso schools, teachers and police prepare for Texas armed guard law | #schoolsaftey

Over one year after 19 children and two adults were murdered at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas — America’s third deadliest school shooting — Texas legislators passed House Bill 3, a state law aimed at improving school security by requiring armed guards on every public school campus and improving mental health measures for students.

HB 3, passed June 14, goes into effect Sept. 1, giving school districts time to expand their security measures or propose viable alternative safety plans.

The El Paso Times met with parents, teachers, administrators and school police officers to gauge their reactions, to better understand the law’s nuances and to track compliance with HB 3 in El Paso County’s three largest school districts — El Paso, Socorro and Ysleta — as the 2023-2024 school year begins.

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