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Maximum words Submit How stupid can people be? No, there should not be guns in school of any kind! When there is a gun, there is an option to kill.
Without guns, that option is removed. Arming teachers is a frightening, ignorant notion. I have taught in an inner-city school for over 25 years. There are far too many teachers and administrators who fall short on their ability to lead and control their own students effectively in the classroom.
I'd be more fearful of them if they were armed. Not all teachers are stable people. It is the job of the teacher to teach.
That's a job for police and the military personnel. It's a dangerous job. That is why their retirement is 10 years earlier than teachers. Their job is to protect. I have no problem with a police presence in schools. I have no problem with National Guard presence in schools.
That is their job. A teacher's plate is already filled to overflowing. We feed students breakfast and lunch. We care for students when there is no nurse on duty. We have lessons plans to write and lessons to teach.
We have the stress of our own evaluations, students' report cards, parent conferences, the endless stream of papers to be corrected, the crazy Common Core and thanklessness that for all of our hard work, our students are still scoring poorly on standardized tests.
Teaching is much more stressful than the average person realizes. I don't trust that an armed colleague won't snap under the pressure.
No, the protection of students and staff must be delegated to people who are highly trained specifically for that job."For parents, school staff, and policymakers to effectively address school crime, they need an accurate understanding of the extent, nature, and context of the problem," the report says.
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School principals agreed that lack of parent involvement was one of the most serious school problems. Among public school principals, poverty was described as a "serious" problem as often as lack of parent involvement. Private school principals cited poverty as a "serious" problem somewhat more often than they cited lack of parent involvement.
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