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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - William Lassiter
The killings at a Connecticut elementary school left parents struggling to figure out what, if anything, to tell their children.
Notice whether schools stick to their own security plans, he said.
As students head back to their classrooms on Monday, parents and children should know that school shootings are rare and schools still are among the safest places, said William Lassiter of the Center for the Prevention of School Violence.