“In the aftermath of the school shooting in Parkland, FL, legislation at the federal level and in many states including Wisconsin has channeled funding toward enhanced security measures at schools. It sounds logical and feels right to add more security in order to keep students safe. But what if that is all wrong? What if the fixtures and language of security actually undermine the safety of schools and students? UW-Green Bay Prof. Jennifer Young (Writing Center) offers some thought-provoking conclusions in her book, which she discussed with Josh. Listen to the complete interview below.” WHBY had the story.
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9 Jan, 2020