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As school shootings surge, a sixth-grader tucks his dad’s gun in his backpack

18 mins | Jul 3, 2021
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“Feeling safe at school isn’t really a thing anymore, Mom.” As lockdown eases in America, the lasting effects on the mental health of young people have surfaced. John Woodrow Cox and Steven Rich explore how, as classrooms reopened, a disturbing surge in gun violence in schools has made the spring of 2021 unlike any other in US history.
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