It happened in Georgia yesterday.
A beloved social studies teacher locked himself in his classroom while his students stood outside the door.
When the principal came with the key, the teacher fired a handgun through an exterior window.
Students ran, one even twisting her ankle in the escape.
Thankfully, no one else appears to have been injured.
However, the incident brings into focus a vital component of the gun debate.
Teachers are already under tremendous stress.
Arming them won’t stop gun violence. All it does is add another potential shooter.
It’s only been about two weeks since a shooting at Stonemason Douglas High School in Florida left 17 dead.
That’s at least 19 school shootings so far in 2018 – and it’s only the beginning of March!
In that time, the national media and the Trump administration have focused on one specific solution to stopping such violence from…
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