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you recently picked up a newspaper or turned on to see the news you may have question what is happening in our schools and begin to think whether our schools are still safe places for children Recent school shootings have set feared in many parents about their childrens safety in our schools Since last year number of school shootings by students have occurred regularly On Tuesday February 29 2000 in Mount Morris Township Michigan a six-year old boy shot his classmate to death in their first grade classroom Police reports show that the two youngsters had an argument the previous day A single shot was fired inside the classroom at Buell Elementary School around 10 am The young boy said he brought the gun to school to frighten her but accidentally fired a shot Weve had other schoolchildren take guns to elementary schools before but it never went this far with it Society refuses to take responsibility by locking up their armed weapons Said by a schoolteacher Since last year there have been fifteen different school shootings in which many student have died without any reason Who should we blame for this Should we blame the parents teachers schools or our government Before blaming anyone we must hear what two sides of gun control have to say It is very wise to debate on a topic that have concerned all of us since last few years before making our decision In doing so we must answer series of questions Therefore our group has come up with some questions to which we will try to tackle Since this is a debate paper we have try to present both side of the issue through our answers Very first question that arise in peoples minds after witnessing the horrible tragedies is should we have more
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