In th wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut, we think students themselves need to be part of the safety process.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 3:00 am (Updated: December 19, 3:03 am)
As we have sat and watched our worst nightmare emerge as reality in Newtown, Conn., we are left with only one question that truly matters now:
Are our students safe?
When we put on their coats to protect them from the weather, when we place them in vehicles built for safety, when they are delivered into the buildings where they will spend their days, are they truly protected?
Before Friday, isn’t that a part of life we took for granted? The safest place for a child would be his or her home. Next on that list would be their schools. Right?
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