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People die every day From different reasons diseases cataclysms volcanoes floods hurricanes etc automobile and air accidents and many other things It is always a hard thing to hear about dozens of wasted lives But somehow we understand that we can do nothing to prevent such thing We get accustomed to the victims of war they are soldiers who knew what they do and why It is only natural when people get killed in wars Wars accompany humanity far too many years And it is another thing when in peace time people we love get killed It is even more awful when our children our brothers and sisters get killed in schools Each morning we make them sandwiches and take to school How can we know what day will be the last How can we know the tragic hour of great lost Such tragedy is unseen and unpreventable such lost is irreplaceable In my paper I will try to focus attention on the article which describe the attitude of teachers to school massacres I still dont understand how student can carry a massacre at his own school But we all know that it is true The image of the Columbine High School massacre is still lingers in our consciousness A school under attacked by murderous student gunmen But in some communities a scenario like Columbine could have a very different endingTracy Smith Where is that edge after crossing which a student is able to kill his friends and mentors No one knows and just few want to know It is always better not to see and not to hear but the price will be tremendous As the answer to massacre Utah recently passed a law allowing licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons at schools It was made in order to make schools safer but some people it couldnt be more wrong Natalie Aposhian is a teacher But if armed intruders threaten her class theres
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