A Texas school district will let teachers bring guns to class this fall, the district's superintendent said on Friday, in what experts said appeared to be a first in the United States.One less defenseless victim zone; teachers will be able to defend their students.
The board of the small rural Harrold Independent School District unanimously approved the plan and parents have not objected, said the district's superintendent, David Thweatt.
In addition to concealed carry permits, teachers who want to pack will get crisis training and permission from the school. (It doesn't say so, but I assume that permission will be in writing.)
Life must be good in Texas.... if only the Gulf Coast didn't get so many hurricanes.