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hortly after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., in February that left 17 dead, a wave of activism moved throughout the country.
Countless teenagers nationwide walked out of classrooms and organized community rallies to demand safer school campuses and stricter gun control laws.
As students planned demonstrations in support of gun control, opponents— including the Trump administration—rallied together in favor of a different approach to school safety: arming teachers.
That idea has been met with opposition from a majority of educators, including the California Teachers Association, which claims that outfitting classrooms with firearms will put students in greater danger.
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