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    Allow trained teachers to carry in schools - yes or no?

    In light of the recent school shootings, the topic comes up yet again - Allow trained teachers to carry in schools? Yes or no?

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    Yes. And parents. It should be compulsory for administrative staff.
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    New guy here, high school teacher in CA. Just applied for my CCW permit. I'm going to approach the Supt to get his thoughts on a few licensed teachers being able to carry on campus. My thought is that if there were some CCW folks in Conn on campus, there might have been just a few deaths instead of 26.....

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    My vote is yes... a very strong yes.
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    Good plan! And, since I live in Arizona, my thoughts are probably in line with local values here.

    I read somewhere that some a school district in Texas has already implemented this policy, probably not just recently either.

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    YES. My vote is absolutely yes.

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    YES!!!
    The logic coming from the left makes my jaw drop its just mind boggling. on second thought its not logic just emotion.
    How can you not admit that most mass shootings happen in gun free zones for a reason?
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    Not yes, but HELL YES! It seems ridiculous to me that we WOULDN'T allow teachers to carry if they wanted to - give them the means to protect the students that they love. I grieve for the Sandy Hook teacher who bravely, but futilely, used her body as a shield to try to protect her students - if she would have been legally carrying, things could have been SO much different.

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    There is already 23,000 schools that have guns there to protect childred, mostly in Virginia, some in Detroit, and other cities......heard this the other day

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    Along with other measures that limit access to the school grounds and buildings, Israel has been doing this for decades. The schools there used to be a favorite target for terrorist groups. Now a school shooting there of any kind is all but unheard of. Of course, don't expect our Politicians to follow a proven model of success. I am 100% certain that they will choose the proven model of failure, and pass some measure of gun control.

    Once again, of course it really has nothing to do with preventing the violence. It has everything to do with seizing on the opportunity to do what they wanted to do anyway.
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