It seems statistically hard to come up with any organizations as unlikely to take responsibility for anything as local school boards. Want to guess how many school districts have decided to take advantage of the Guardian Program? How many added specially trained security forces? There are 67 counties in Florida; I’m not sure it’s always one school district in a county, but there’s at least one per county so it’s a good approximation.
Two. Out of 67. Call it 3%. I’m sorry to say that my county isn’t even one of them
A Year After Parkland Shooting, Florida Students Are No Safer – The Silicon Graybeard
The school boards have chosen for the most part to remain soft targets. They never gave a damn about the kids’ safety because they are betting on nothing happening to them. And for the most part, they are right (except for the unlucky school that gets snake eyes) but the are salivating for their piece of half a billion dollars in funding assigned for “School Safety.” I can’t imagine what kind of influence they can get spreading that money around.
Maybe the next shooter will forego the kids and go straight for the teachers. Maybe then they will change their tunes and allow real solutions.
Yeah, not happening.
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Rest assured that after the next school massacre happens the usual calls for gun control will be heard. The Left hates guns more than they love children.
The obvious conclusion is that this is considered a feature, not a bug. Children are just the eggs going into leftist omelettes.
When, not if, the next school shooting happens, nothing will happen to the school board members, or school officials. Hand writing, more blame heaped on law abiding citizens, etc. but the school boards and school officials will keep their jobs, get some free time on CNN, and continue on without consequences.
Still can’t find any updates on what happened the $100 million in school safety funds that was earmarked to help harden schools in Boward County. When was the last time you heard of a bureaucrat that didn’t want to spend $100 mill?
You raised an interesting point. I may have an answer tomorrow
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