Survey: Most teachers report feeling safe in the classroom

03/27/2013 | District Administration magazine

A survey taken about a month after the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut finds that 92% of teachers feel safe in school. However, the survey, conducted by the School Improvement Network, found fewer teachers -- about 69% -- say their school is safe from gun violence. Chet Linton, CEO and president of the teacher-training company School Improvement Network, suggests that districts draft emergency plans and involve all stakeholders in school-safety decisions.

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