The discussion of arming teachers is coming from above, not from the teachers themselves. You do not hear demands for the right to bear arms in the classroom from school districts, but from politicians. Among the questions this raises are: Who should be armed? The janitor? Nurse? Principals? Or just classroom teachers? What type of weapon would be allowed? Should the teacher confront the shooter or stay in the classroom? Would the teacher be allowed to carry after school? Roam the hallways and shoot someone they thought had a gun?
Letter to the editor:
Arming teachers raises questions
Fri, Mar 2, 2018 (2 a.m.)