Tennessee Education Association says it is okay for teachers to carry guns to school in SOME situations

The Tennessee Education Association has quietly gone on record supporting a proposal that would allow educators to carry a weapon to class, at least as a last resort. WGNS' Zach Troutman has the story...
 
 
 
The education group is supporting a bill under consideration by the state legislature. The TEA would prefer teachers not need to bring a gun to school, but the TEA also wants a school resource officer in every school. So the organization has signed onto a bill from state Senator Frank Nicely (R) that would mandate it. If there’s no money for a uniformed officer, the legislation allows an administrator or faculty member to be trained to go armed.
 
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