A Maryland Survey Found Students Don’t Feel Safe. Schools Say They’re Changing Their Approach Toward Security.

Monday, December 30, 2019

Today’s high school students know the names of student activists from Parkland who rose to national prominence because of a mass shooting. They are old enough to have seen the faces of kindergarten children slaughtered at Newtown. And they have run through active shooter drills that have grown increasingly more elaborate.

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