A 12-year-old girl at Westridge Middle School in Overland Park, Kansas, brandishes her hand as a gun, which draws cops to the school who cuff her and charge her with a felony. Are police justified in taking all threats seriously, or did they overreact and ruin a middle schooler’s life?
AR-15 semi-automatic rifles, facial recognition systems, RFID tracking chips and other high-tech gear form the first line of defense against mass shootings in Texas City, Texas, schools. The district hired a former Secret Service agent to run security after the Santa Fe school shooting, and local voters approved a $6.5 million bond issue to pay for it. But how much is too much when it comes to school security?
In 2014, the Obama education department told public schools they should avoid suspending or expelling students of color because they were being punished three times more often than Whites. Trump’s education team just yanked that guidance. Will Black students suffer, or are all students safer? Right Angle — with Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott […]