Social-Emotional Learning Can Help Prevent School Shootings

During the pandemic, gun sales have soared, and mass shootings outside of schools have continued. We must act now to thwart future school shootings, but we must address the problem much differently than in the past.

This is especially important now as the trauma, social isolation and/or disruption in routine associated with the pandemic can result in mental health problems that students may not know how to handle. Their attempts to cope could result in deadly violence.

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