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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

@946J2D5 answered…2mos

Teachers not use equipment or weapon by hurt children at school.by I terminator the teens not use I creat Increase never loss uncomfortable with intermittent is expired

@martinnes answered…3mos

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@8VH229M answered…1yr

No, this could cause unnecessary panic to students, there should be trained security guards on site that can be easily contacted by each teacher incase of emergency

@8J82HPC answered…2yrs

WHY WOULD you ask such a question no WERE not amirica with Donald trump as our leader NZ is not a gun contry it’s a safe contry no more shorting attacks you shouldn’t talk adout this question

@8HZ922H answered…2yrs

No But I think that entrances to schools should have cameras and monitors to prevent children being kidnapped and visitors monitored. For sure they need plastic door wedges in every room to stop door opening if shooter in school and all rooms should have some form of escape ladder in case of a shooting .

@8HNRDD3 answered…2yrs

Only if the school needs the security, it should be qualified security guards!

@8G9WCL9 answered…2yrs

No, introducing more guns leads to a highly likelihood of shootings

@8DGCC6X answered…2yrs

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@8CJ9JRQ answered…2yrs

If there is a need for this then I lean to having security staff opposed to teaches with guns.

@8C7LQFK answered…2yrs

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@8C5V6KJ answered…2yrs

No, I don't trust our current crop of teachers to teach, let alone be actively armed.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, schools should require at least one teacher or security guard to be armed

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