House Bill 2208, sponsored by Rep. Coach Byrd (R-71), would allow private certified firearms instructors to train teachers, who are allowed, to carry a concealed firearm on school property... This post Tennessee: Pro-Gun Bills Scheduled for Committee Hearings this Week appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
David Codrea quotes: “The Sheriff says he and Governor Ducey feel it’s not practical to arm teachers because they’d have to become as well trained as deputies.” Yawn. Good grief. It’s just putting rounds on a silhouette. I’m more interested in the myth-telling the Sheriff wants to do. They just won’t stop with this notion […]
And this is the guy teaching gun safety: Armed teacher injures 3 students when he accidentally fires gun during firearm safety lesson: President Donald Trump believes that arming well trained teachers will prevent future school shootings — but a new story out of California shows that armed teachers can create risks of their own. Show More Summary
The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School returned to class Wednesday morning two weeks and moral centuries after a tragic mass shooting ended the lives of 17 classmates and teachers. Sen. Marco Rubio marked their return by...Show More Summary
In the aftermath of the horrific Parkland, Florida, school shooting on Valentine’s Day, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones decided to offer Ohio teachers in his area free firearms training leading to a concealed carry license. He expected...Show More Summary
A survivor of the Florida school shooting wrote an op-ed claiming that the training teachers received on active shooters six weeks before the shootings saved lives. A teacher interviewed shortly after the event confirmed that the training...Show More Summary
OutdoorHub Video: Ohio Sheriff Offers Free Firearm Training to Teachers; Receives Hundreds of Applicants in Hours Butler County (Ohio) Sheriff Richard Jones has offered firearm training courses to teachers free of charge in the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and the response has been eye opening. Show More Summary
Malcolm Nance joined Stephanie Ruhle this morning to explain why Cadet Bone Spurs is wrong about arming teachers as a strategy against school shooters using AR-15s to mow down their classmates. Point One: “You have to be trained to want to get up and go into fire, that’s what the armed forces does for you,” Nance explained. Show More Summary
MSNBC analyst and former Naval intelligence officer Malcolm Nance vividly explained why President Donald Trump’s suggestion to arm teachers was so dangerous. Nance appeared Monday on “MSNBC Live,” where he told host Stephanie Ruhle that specialized military training was required...
Maybe heroism can’t be taught, but preparedness certainly can be. Every teacher should have training for a school shooting like mine did.
These bills would give teachers and school employees additional options for voluntary firearms training - training which Tennessee's law enforcement has apparently refused to provide. This post Tennessee | TFA Backs Rep. David Byrd’s “Arming Teachers” Bill appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
Following President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal of arming highly trained teachers, his daughter Ivanka Trump shared her thoughts about the idea. During an interview with NBC News in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the 36-year-old...Show More Summary
An Ohio sheriff who offered free firearms training to 50 teachers was forced to cap his offer at 300, after a flood of local school employees signed up in the wake of a Florida high school shooting that left 17 people dead. “We put it online, we thought we’d get 20 school teachers maybe. Show More Summary
Ohio teachers are flocking to a gun training class being offered by an Ohio Sheriff’s department. Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones told Fox & Friends that when they decided to offer the firearm training class to teachers they expected maybe 20 educators to sign up — instead there were hundreds. Show More Summary
Charles Bethea on a firearms training for teachers not far from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Florida, where seventeen people had been shot dead not many days earlier.
My favourite American TV chef Anthony Bourdain makes a telling point in response to Donald Trump's barmy idea for creating a 'paramilitary army' of American school teachers who will receive special training in how to take down 'mass shooters'. Show More Summary
A $4 million teacher training facility has opened at University of South Australia in collaboration with Samsung. The Smartschool is packed full of shiny gadgets for researchers, students, teachers and teaching students to learn more about teaching. More »
Two school districts near Dayton, Ohio have a confidential team of teachers and staff trained to fire back at an active shooter; Matt Finn reports from Chicago.
After President Donald Trump suggested on Feb. 21 that teachers get firearms training so they can carry in the classroom in response to the Parkland, FL, shooting, the debate on whether or not teachers should have access to guns at school has totally blown up. Show More Summary