Texas To Require ‘Police Interaction’ Curriculum For High School

All high school students in Texas, beginning with incoming freshman, have a new requirement to complete before they can graduate.

The Community Safety Education Act says students must watch a video, called Flashing Lights, to teach them how to safely interact with an officer during traffic stops so everyone can walk away with a positive experience.

News10 reports that River Road ISD, one of the first in the state to implement it, has already customized the curriculum to fit their students and will be expanding it to every high school student next month during a four day window in English class.



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