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Private and religious schools will be able to hire security guards and get reimbursed by the city, thanks to a new law Mayor Bill de Blasio signed on Jan. 5.
Under the new law, which goes into effect on April 1, non-public schools that have enrollments of 300 or more students will be allowed to receive reimbursements from the city to cover the costs of hiring and training security guards.
DETROIT (WJBK) – A step to help ease financial stress on Detroit Public Schools is causing concern. Parents and students are reacting to the news that the district is cutting security guards at a handful of schools.
It’s no secret DPS is in financial trouble. The Detroit News reports the district will begin making $26 million payments to the state in February and could be out of money as early as April.