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Commission Holds First Meeting To Consider How To Make Arkansas Schools Safer

Dr. Cheryl May, chair of the Arkansas School Safety Commission, leads the panel's first meeting Tuesday.
Dr. Cheryl May, chair of the Arkansas School Safety Commission, leads the panel's first meeting Tuesday.

Hear the report by KUAR's Michael Hibblen.

Dr. Cheryl May, chair of the Arkansas School Safety Commission, leads the panel's first meeting Tuesday.
Credit Michael Hibblen / KUAR News
Dr. Cheryl May, chair of the Arkansas School Safety Commission, leads the panel's first meeting Tuesday.

A panel tasked by Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to make recommendations on how schools can try to prevent mass shootings has begun its work. On Tuesday, the Arkansas School Safety Commission held its first meeting. You can hear the report above.

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