According to the Washington Post, the answer is yes:
The Obama administration is considering funding many more police officers in public schools to secure campuses, a leading Democratic senator said, part of a broad gun violence agenda that is likely to include a ban on high-capacity ammunition clips and universal background checks.
The school safety initiative, one of several under consideration, would make federal dollars available to schools that want to hire police officers and install surveillance equipment, although it is not nearly as far-ranging as the National Rifle Association’s proposal for armed guards in every U.S. school.
This seems to be the right approach – make the money available and let the decision be made at the local level. But it’s more than likely the White House will only embrace the idea as part of a package that includes measures that many gun rights supporters will find unacceptable.