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Do you think teachers and those in authority should have armed weapons in our public schools?


With all the recent events on shootings, do you think our children would be safer if teachers and other in authority carried guns?

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Best Answer Donna Hilbrandt (donnah75) says

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Kevin W (Alphadogg16) says

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Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) says

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Michelle Liew (midget38) says

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    Michelle Liew (midget38) 3 years ago

    On that note, the concerns of parents are so valid as well, and the trained pros brought in as operations managers in schools to ensure the safety of the school population.

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    Michelle Liew (midget38) 3 years ago

    Not to mention potential misuse on the part of those not trained and danger. If a student decides to play a prank on a teacher and steals her gun, then mayhem might happen.

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Debbie Carey (prektjr.dc) says

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 3 years ago

    I disagree. Why? As I mentioned, a school resource officer, i.e., a trained police officer had their weapon discharge in a school just last week. Training means nothing when it comes to bullets flying in the air.


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    Aldene Fredenburg (AMFredenburg) 3 years ago

    Yup, let's throw away 200 years of public education for a class-based system that keeps people in their place. The enormous progress the US made in the 19th and 20th centuries is because it educated waves of poor immigrants and gave them a stake.


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