Bulletproofing Schools, American Children’s Rights, the Military Told a Lie
KTF Weekly Newslettter
Please remember to send in your questions about anything you’ve read in this newsletter or heard on our podcast recently. We’ll be recording our season finale Shake the Dust episode soon where we answer listener questions. Get any questions you’ve been thinking about in now! Send an email or voicemail to email@example.com!
Sy is off this week due to the scheduling complications that arise when a toddler gets sick the day before your newsletter is supposed to go out. We very much appreciate everyone’s understanding!
This article and interactive digital classroom show how American schools are changing in the absence of meaningful legislation to stop mass shootings. Bulletproof backpacks, auto-locking doors, and other measures to minimally mitigate a problem that is uniquely American underscore the terrible reality that teachers and children, professors and students, live in fear every day. “I’ve come to terms with the fact that I might die in my classroom,” says one teacher in the article. The fact that we are turning classrooms into saferooms should drive us to our knees in prayer, open our hearts and minds to work on behalf of the most vulnerable, and make us fight for the right not to be shot while doing math and learning how to read.
Keep reading with a 7-day free trial
Subscribe to KTF Press to keep reading this post and get 7 days of free access to the full post archives.