(National Sentinel) Action Not Words: Tired of the politicization surround the issue of school shootings across the country, Texas school districts have taken direct action to provide students more protection.
Hundreds of districts have allowed staff to carry concealed firearms rather than continuing the failed policy of “gun-free zones” which are ripe for sadistic killers.
As reported by Corpus Christi Caller-Times:
Between February and May, when two of the deadliest school shootings this year took place, close to 50 school districts in the Lone Star state have revised board policies to allow district staff to carry guns.
In February, 172 school districts reported adopting such policies to the Texas Association of School Boards. As of May, that number was at 217, said Dax González, TASB’s division director for governmental relations.
Those 217 school districts represent about 21 percent of the 1,023 independent school districts in Texas.
“This number may continue to grow as districts continue to revise policies,” González said.
It’s sad that in today’s America our culture has deteriorated to the point where ‘school shootings’ have become a thing.
But districts and parents face a stark choice given this reality: Continue the old policy of remaining a ‘gun-free zone’ and keep kids vulnerable or take direct action to dramatically improve chances of survival should, God forbid, their school be targeted.
A growing number of Texas districts are choosing the latter.
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