Two Security Experts on the State of School Safety After Sandy Hook

On Tuesday, the country tallied its 194th school shooting since 2000 after a gunman sprayed bullets at Rancho Tehama Elementary School in California. The trend rightly has parents on edge, worried and wondering: what are schools doing to protect our children? To get a handle on the state of school safety in the United States, we asked two experts —   Ken Trump, President of National School Safety and Security Services with more than 30 years experience in the field and Michael Dorn, the Executive Director of Safe Havens International with more than 35 years experience in campus safety —  what we should know about school safety and what’s being done to protect our children.

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