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How to talk to kids when violence touches schools

9:00 PM, Aug. 30, 2013
Keondria Williams holds on tight to her daughter, Kierstin Williams, 8, after they were reunited in a Wal-mart parking lot Tuesday afternoon Aug. 20, 2013 after McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur was evacuated because of a gunman who fired shots from inside the school.
Keondria Williams holds on tight to her daughter, Kierstin Williams, 8, after they were reunited in a Wal-mart parking lot Tuesday afternoon Aug. 20, 2013 after McNair Discovery Learning Academy in Decatur was evacuated because of a gunman who fired shots from inside the school.
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Unthinkable violence has touched every age group in our nation's schools, from students, teachers and staff in elementary school to college.

In Georgia, a gunman fired shots last Tuesday at Ronald E. McNair Discovery Learning Academy in DeKalb County. Wednesday morning, Cherokee County deputies arrested a 31-year-old man carrying knives, leather gloves and a BB gun that looked like a semiautomatic pistol at Cherokee Charter School.

With each incident, the number of students who witness or experience trauma goes up. About two-thirds of U.S. children younger than 18 have now done so, ...

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