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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

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Yes, schools should require at least one teacher or security guard to be armed

@98554TRfrom Washington  answered…13hrs

It should be up to the individual if they passed their gun safe test.

@97X8XTFfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2wks

@96L4W7Xfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

No, there should continue to be strict gun laws to prevent the need to have weapons in school in the first place.

@96JJRBTfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@966TZJFfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

@9645TY3from Ontario  answered…2mos

@95S3LKVfrom Alberta  answered…2mos

@94VP9NSfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

No, but schools should require at least one police officer or security guard to be armed on site during school hours.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

Yes, at least two teachers or staff members who pass both a certified training course and psychological testing should be armed for emergency situations

@9439SLR answered…4mos

@93VVP97 from New York answered…5mos

@93RMFD7 from New York answered…5mos

@93RQRMVfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

I think at least responsible staff member of security guard should have a gun kept in a safe location on the premises.

@93RH9D8New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

depends on where the school is and they should have a licence and mental tests done to see if they are capeable of carrying a gun

@3SXNRFF answered…5mos

Yes, provided that they are properly trained, but I would prefer that schools hire professionally trained on-site security guards instead.

@93QFPPZfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Only if the teacher(s) have training and the firearm is unknown/locked away from the children/teenagers.

@93HTZPV answered…5mos

Having a cop in school to interact with the students, but also trained and armed. This will help the students have a better relation with cops.

@93CS3TH from Texas answered…6mos

@mythmanjay from Oklahoma answered…6mos

@937ZKJ5from Ontario  answered…6mos

@936KWVLfrom Alberta  answered…6mos

Not only should teachers be allowed, but anyone who has their RPAL

@936GP2VPeople’s Partyfrom Alberta  answered…6mos

Everyone should be able to carry a gun for personal protection (provided they can pass the RPAL course)

@92YHQCV from California answered…6mos

No, because this would increase the risk of accidental shootings, so we should hire professionally trained security guards instead

@9334YP3 answered…7mos

Yes, all teachers should be required to carry a gun and know how to use it.

@92Z8JX9 from Pennsylvania answered…7mos

This should be decided by the school in question whether to allow or deny.

@92XHZPP from Missouri answered…7mos

yes, but it should not be publicly known to anyone but the school board and police as well as should have to do mandatory monthly training and should only be volunteered for

@92SYWMQ from Kentucky answered…7mos

yes, but they should be required training and have a place to put it.

@92PQBJWfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

No this is Canada not America. You want to ensure safety in schools educate people that American culture is not Canadian culture. Educate people to stop emulating American rappers/celebrities. Do whatever necessary so that it's parents that raise their children not American media.

@92NYL55 from Indiana answered…7mos

Yes, schools should require at least one teacher or security guard to be armed, but they must be professionally trained

@92NVQ27 from California answered…7mos

NO, teachers should not be allowed to carry guns at school because teachers come to school to teach to educate the students not to carry violence around the campus.

@92K69KR from Oklahoma answered…7mos

No, hire professionally trained security guards instead of giving random teachers guns so that there will be a much more unlikely chance of any accidental shootings happening

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