Teachers Are Not Snipers. They Are Not SWAT. Arming Them Is a Bad Idea

  • The rush of backpacked bodies surging from carpools and parking lots through doors to their lockers and homerooms.
  • The pandemonium of kids of bursting into hallways intent on getting to their next period.
  • The volume and pitch of cafeterias at lunchtime, with music, mayhem, and the crowded tables of exuberant children.
  • Classrooms filled with desks and bookshelves, long tables hosting projects and homework assignments… and kids. Kids everywhere.

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Writer of fact & fiction, veteran of rock & roll, snapper of pics & someone to be reckoned with (my mom said). Visit www.lorrainedevonwilke.com for the rest.

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Lorraine Devon Wilke

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Writer of fact & fiction, veteran of rock & roll, snapper of pics & someone to be reckoned with (my mom said). Visit www.lorrainedevonwilke.com for the rest.

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