Paul A. Steber, a 19-year-old freshman, was arrested by police after campus authorities found firearms and ammunition in his dorm room. He allegedly later confessed to authorities that he had a "plan and timeline to kill people."
"If I go to [the school] and I want to be an active shooter, I'm going in knowing I have reduced sightlines," the Superintendent said.
Are we really willing to make body armor our main "solution" to the epidemic of gun violence? We need to talk about prevention.
"My message to children going back to school is go and really study hard and someday you'll grow up and maybe be President of the United States or do something else that's fantastic," Trump said.
I submitted my son Joaquin's basketball shoes. Before he was murdered in the Parkland school shooting, he wanted me to coach his basketball team.
The teen reportedly told Siri "I'm going to shoot up a school" and in response, the Apple virtual assistant identified several schools in Valparaiso near his location.
The principal said she hoped the students would keep the shields with them in high school.
Trump flew into Houston, Texas, for the private meeting.
"I think that as a kid and certainly as parent, there is nothing that could be more terrifying than for a kid to go to school and not feel safe," Sanders said.
Dimitrios Pagourtzis was arrested May 18 and charged with capital murder of multiple persons, according to the Galveston County Sheriff's Office.
Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan proposed that parents hold a nationwide boycott of schools until U.S. gun laws are changed to protect students.
"We are a society of rules," a school board member said when asked about punishments for students who participated in the school walkout to protest gun violence.
Social psychology tells us that movements like March for Our Lives are unlikely to change anything.
"We typically see a dramatic change in perception after school tragedies like shootings after Columbine or Sandy Hook."
New Orleans police said they arrested 20-year-old Nicholas Heard on terrorizing charges.
"We have a responsibility to protect our schools from gun violence, accidental or otherwise."
The observation reports span six days, beginning three days after the February 14 school attack.