Active shooters in schools: The enemy is denial

Grossman commanded, “Look up at the ceiling! See all those sprinklers up there? They’re hard to spot — they’re painted black — but they’re there. While you’re looking, look at the material the ceiling is made of. You know that that stuff was selected because it’s fire-retardant. Hooah? Now look over there above the door — you see that fire exit sign? That’s not just any fire exit sign — that’s a ‘battery-backup-when-the-world-ends-it-will-still-be-lit’ fire exit sign. Hooah?”

And all we get from all those people who know guns so well is to arm teachers?

I don’t know any teacher I would take hunting with me. If I had a child in school, I don’t know one teacher who I would expect to kill for me.

Perhaps security is in planing as much as it is in action?

via Active shooters in schools: The enemy is denial.

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