4%
Yes
96%
No
3%
Yes
93%
No
1%
Yes, schools should require at least one teacher or security guard to be armed
2%
No, hire professionally trained security guards instead
1%
No, this would increase the risk of accidental shootings

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 @8CMYGHFanswered…4yrs4Y

 @9HK9YD6 answered…6mos6MO

The teachers not given a final ends of independent incident with students rips by legs seats legend former US president Donald Trump and former UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hoping understand the mind of change

 @9G4P4VJanswered…8mos8MO

I don't think there should be guns at any school, but if there was a threat having trained security that do not carry guns would be a better option

 @9FVL2V8answered…8mos8MO

Teachers should not feel the need to carry a gun for their safety! Proper consequences should be bought back for bad behavior in our society which will reduce the amount of dangerous, ill behaved students in the first place, then any student that poses that level of threat needs to be in a detention centre

 @9DKB7Z2answered…9mos9MO

With increaesed crime and shootings there should be a minimum of 2 teacher and max of 5 in each whanau

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