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Response to an act of mass violence at a school remains a hot topic for emergency response agencies across our country. When I first began teaching and presenting seminars on this ugliest of subjects, I was called names: “fear-monger,” “reactionary,” and worse. That was more than 15 years ago, and my, how times have changed. Today it is almost the only topic any educator wants to discuss. I may be in a school to speak with their students about severe weather safety, earthquakes, or any number of topics. While the kids will indeed be interested in those subjects, the teachers…

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