From your understanding of the module materials and optional external literature concerning violence in schools and/or other training facilities, how far should administrators go in securing the students, personnel, buildings, and premises? Do you think armed guards should be hired as a deterrent to violence? Describe what you feel is the most effective strategy for ensuring safety onsite at schools and other education or training facilities. Respond to at least 3 classmates’ posts (by posing thoughtful questions, extending their arguments, and otherwise adding to the substance of their posts; your responses should not merely repeat what others have said).
Chapter 10: Public Access, Privacy, and Student Search and Seizure
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