Generation Columbine: how mass shootings changed America's schools

One in five students has expressed feeling unsafe in school as a new reality of active shooter drills and code reds is commonplaceFrom active shooter drills, hard corners and code reds, from Stop The Bleed kits to bulletproof backpacks, the explosion of gun violence in American schools since the Columbine shooting in 1999 introduced the country’s next generations of students to a once-unthinkable lexicon. Related: ‘A Parkland every five days’: project tells stories of the children lost to gun violence Continue reading...

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