Hotline to make schools safer in Michigan
DETROIT, Mich. --- The state of Michigan is working to avoid school tragedies like the one last week in Colorado.
The "OK-2-Say" hotline is intended to make schools safer.
Students will have a 24-hour confidential tip line to give students the confidence to do the right thing without fear of intimidation.
The state will accept tips via phone, text message, e-mail, website and multimedia when the hotline opens.
The governor just signed the bill into law on Friday so the hotline number has not been released.