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Guns on Campus

Read: Shooting at Butler High School Leaves One Student Dead

Shooting at Butler High School Leaves One Student Dead

A shooting at the North Carolina high school occurred after a fight broke out, leaving one student dead and another in police custody.

Read: Univ. of Utah Student Shot on Campus, Reported Shooter Month Before

Univ. of Utah Student Shot on Campus, Reported Shooter Month Before

The Utah student had filed a police complaint against her ex-boyfriend, the alleged shooter, a month before she was shot and killed.

Read: The K-12 School Shooting Statistics Everyone Should Know

The K-12 School Shooting Statistics Everyone Should Know

In 2018, there were 82 school shooting incidents in the United States, the highest there have ever been since 1970. Now, read the rest of the K-12 school shooting statistics.

Read: PSU Shooting Aftermath: Rallies, Demands and a Vigil for the Victim

PSU Shooting Aftermath: Rallies, Demands and a Vigil for the Victim

Students and community members are working hard to #DisarmPSU as they protest, list their demands and remember the man who was shot and killed.

Read: So, Concealed Carry Is Coming to Your Campus. Now What?

So, Concealed Carry Is Coming to Your Campus. Now What?

If your organization has chosen or been forced to allow concealed carry on campus, the following practices will reduce this policy’s potential pitfalls.

Read: Grand Jury Clears Portland State Officers Involved in Shooting

Grand Jury Clears Portland State Officers Involved in Shooting

An Oregon jury decided the two campus police officers who shot and killed a man outside a bar in Portland will not face criminal charges.

Read: North Las Vegas High School Student Shot and Killed

North Las Vegas High School Student Shot and Killed

An 18-year-old student was fatally shot by a shooter at Canyon Springs High School earlier this week. The suspect fled the scene.

Read: U.S. Department of Education Will Not Fund Arming Teachers

U.S. Department of Education Will Not Fund Arming Teachers

Secretary DeVos reports that she has no intention of taking any action when it comes to using federal funding to arm teachers.

Read: DeVos Considers Using Federal Funds to Buy Firearms for Schools

DeVos Considers Using Federal Funds to Buy Firearms for Schools

Discussions of using federal grant money to buy firearms for schools has drawn significant criticism from many education and gun control activist groups.

Read: Lee County School Board Approves Arming Teachers

Lee County School Board Approves Arming Teachers

The rural Virginia county is the first in the state to approve arming teachers, which the governor has denounced since the school board’s initial proposal.

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