Texas lawmakers are agreeing to spend $100 million on school safety in the next legislative session. The money will come from the Texas Education Agency's budget surplus, and will pay for resources Uvalde CISD already had when the shooting at Robb Elementary School took place on May 24th. The biggest allocation of $50 million will provide bullet-resistant shields for school police officers. Uvalde police had at least four of the shields on the scene, but surveillance video shows they didn't use them. Another $17 million will pay for silent panic alert technology for schools.