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Should teachers have access to a gun in school in the event of an emergency?

ChoicePercentVisualVotes
Yes 42%
2142
No 57%
2878
5020 total votes

Comments

1 uselesseater (229 comments) posted 1 year ago

Arm teachers.

Anyone old enough around here remembers gun clubs in schools -- in primary school.

There was never any shooting issue or horseplay.

Insane that children are held hostage in schools and not a soul in the place has proper means of defense.

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2 samIam (204 comments) posted 1 year ago

Lock the doors.
Forget about arming the very ones that, way to frequently, use their postion and power to engage in unlawful sexual activity with underage students.How many hundreds of these events have occured?
Put a gun on the side belt of those deviates and watch what happens.
Hire a "rent-a-cop" to sit outside of the building, much cheaper

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3 rmzrez (114 comments) posted 1 year ago

Just thinking !! what happens when some big 16 year old football type over powers this teacher and takes the gun away . If it is locked up in a safe then what good is it in a emergency ?? Most of these type of shooting are over in a few minuets or less . Locking down the school with a outside guard . And stopping all cars coming on the school
grounds to get the kids . Think how easy to drive in with a big bomb and take out most of the school and most of the kids .

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