Once again the Herald is giving an opinion on something it knows nothing about. Since there are laws now against guns in schools, what data does the Herald have that proves that a trained teacher with a gun couldn’t prevent added casualties in an armed situation?
There are critical minutes between when an alarm is sounded and when police arrive. An unarmed teacher can only try to hide and pray, and I doubt if that is allowed in schools, either. If one life is saved, the new legislation will be worth it.
Richard Persson, Miami