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Two students killed and thirteen others left wounded six schoolmates shot by fellow classmate 13 people dead and 23 wounded in a High School Four girls and a teacher are shot to death and 10 people wounded during a false alarm in schoolThose were the headlines of all newspapers at one time or another High School shootings have been occurring throughout the United States Why is it that a student would come into their school and open fire Why is it that no one notices the signs before the incident How is it possible that they were able to bring the firearm into the school Those are some questions people need answers to especially those concerned with what will happen next Is there enough being done to end gun violence in schools Yes there are metal detectors in some schools but is that enough Shouldnt they make metal detectors mandatory in every school more security guards should be hired and Identifications should be shown by everyone who enters the building There should be precautions taken but of course there isnt enough fundings to buy metal detectors and hire more security guards or even to buy the machines to make identification cards Its hard to believe that there isnt enough money out there to increase school safety but there is enough money that the government is able to cut down taxes Tax payers pay for campaigns but why doesnt our taxes go off to help make schools safer for our children Students should not be afraid to attend school School should be a safe environment where teenagers could be teenagers and not feel intimidated CDCs Youth Risk Behavior Survey is a school based survey designed to produce a sample of risk behaviors of students ages 9-12 In the CDC Media Relations web page the 1997 statistics show that 83 of high school students carry a weapon eg gun knife or club to school
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