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Academic Regrets Work on NRA Gun Safety Lesson for Kids

This article originally appeared in The Trace. In September 2014, the University of Oklahoma School of Education received a call from Ackerman McQueen, an advertising and public relations agency based in the state. The firm had a vague query: Does the department have any specialists who might be interested in working with one of its clients on a gun safety curriculum for children? The message was forwarded to Lisa Monroe, an early childhood education specialist at the university, who followed up over the phone.
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