Drawing on the success of a small town in Ohio where teachers are permitted to arm themselves in the classroom, more schools in the state are taking up the idea.
The program is in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Ct., and Sidney City Schools Superintendent John Scheu appeared Friday on “Fox and Friends” to explain how it works.
In effect, there are lock boxes that contain a loaded handgun located on campuses, and a “first responder team” can access the firearm in the event of an emergency.
Watch the riveting report that looks at the pros and cons of the program here via Fox news:
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