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Topic - Kenneth Trump
"The lessons of Columbine still ring true," he said, "but the problem that we face now is that we're dealing with this whole new generation of principals, teachers and safety officials - people who are in the positions today for whom the lessons of Columbine no longer are fresh.
Trump said best practices implemented after the Columbine shooting are ineffective if school districts do not routinely train staff and remind administrators of their importance.