Caution arises on guns in schools

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So one of the committee members thinks another’s examples are made up. Here’s one that isn’t.

A highly trained member of this committee accidentally shoots a co-worker under circumstances far more controlled and focused than any classroom I’ve ever been in.

No amount of data or contrary examples are going to diminish the fantasies of advocates who believe a gun permit gives them powers of judgement, speed and accuracy not generally on display even among all our trained law enforcement officers.

How about replacing one administrator per school with a resource officer. Problem solved, fiscally speaking alone it would be a net savings close to 20 grand a year conservativlely. Why must each school have 2-4 principles/vice-principles?
Benifits= added security and less cost!



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