Children of color, however, are far more likely to experience campus gun violence: more than twice as much for Hispanic students and over three times as much for Black students.
at least 202 children, educators and other people have been killed, and another 433 have been injured.
Beyond the dead and wounded, children who witness the violence or cower behind locked doors to hide from it can be profoundly traumatized.
86 percent of the weapons were found in the homes of friends, relatives or parents.
Children, The Post also determined, are responsible for more than half the country’s school shootings — none of which would be possible if those children didn’t have access to firearms.
While it remains highly unlikely that any student will experience a school shooting, the number of incidents has risen rapidly in recent years.