It seems that no one asks teachers the question, are there some of our teachers that would very much like to protect themselves as well as students with a weapon?

I read Harriet Streets’ letter and it seems to suggest teachers are too “frustrated” to be able to defend them or students. Why would frustration have anything to do with it? This does not speak highly of our teachers and if I were one, I would be insulted.

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