After Texas elementary school shooting, NYC officials ponder next steps
Safe corridors for children traveling to and from schools. New scanning devices to catch weapons before they are brought into classrooms. A public information campaign urging parents to keep an eye on their own children and whether they have guns.
Those were some of the suggestions floated Wednesday by New York City officials at a press conference in response to the school shooting in Uvlade, Texas, where 19 elementary school students and two educators were murdered by a teenage gunman wielding an assault weapon-style rifle.
The horror of another massacre in America’s classrooms has again ignited debate about how to keep children safe while they learn.
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