NOTE TO PARENTS:LeaveTheseSchools NOW
NOTE TO PARENTS:LeaveTheseSchools NOW. NO EXCEPTIONS. -*
*- Trained, Armed and Ready. To Teach Kindergarten. https://nyti.ms/3BqyPHV
[At least 29 states allow individuals other than police or security officials to carry guns on school grounds, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. As of 2018, the last year for which statistics were available, federal survey data estimated that 2.6 percent of public schools had armed faculty
“Arming teachers doesn’t make kids safer,” said Shannon Watts, the founder of Moms Demand Action, a network of parents fighting for stronger gun laws. “In fact, it increases the chances that a teacher’s gun will fall into the wrong hands or discharge unintentionally.”
Laws vary by state but often are not specific about how teachers must carry or store guns.
In one case, two first graders in Ohio found a gun after an employee in a concealed carry program left it in an unlocked case near her desk. Students have also discovered guns on buses and in school bathrooms, according to news reports.
Districts explicitly mentioned in the article:
Rittman, OHIO and the public schools of Ohio
Anyone with permission from school authority
Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Jersey, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont
Concealed carry license holders
CC permit alone: Alabama, Oregon, Utah
CC permit and permission from school authority: Idaho, Indiana, Missouri, Oklahoma
School employees (other than security)
CC permit and permission from school authority: Idaho, Kansas
Permission from school authority and required training: Florida, South Dakota
Permit, permission from school authority, and required training: Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee (only in qualifying districts), Texas, Wyoming]
Hire an attorney and or request pro bono representation to sue your district using class action lawsuits, exclusively, if they refuse to seek an immediate court order(injunction) to prevent everyone who is not a sworn, trained, and licensed municipal, county, or school system law enforcement officer from bringing bullets or any other ordnance onto school property ( this includes parking lots and athletic fields in addition to all school buildings). Explosive devices are a safety hazard in public schools specifically and public spaces in general.
On a personal note, I am personally, profoundly saddened that apparently fear-mongering has manifested allowing bullets and ordnance onto school campuses in New Jersey (where I successfully continued and completed my k-12 Public Education), Minnesota ( where I was originally licensed as k-12 SOCIAL STUDIES in the 1990’s, Georgia ( where I taught Head Start for Ninth District Opportunity, 9–12th Grade Mathematics to emotionally-behavior-disordered high schoolers and was a Social Worker in Dekalb County, and Alabama, Tennessee, and South Carolina, where I have beloved family members who are parents and educators in Public School Systems.
I am certainly happy to hear from members within @Knarrative with First person narrative histories oral and or written on this issue. Loaded deadly force weapons in schools makes all occupants UNFREE. Fairly or unfairly, learners look to educators as role models of behavior in addition to teachers of course content.
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