Watch: Sandy Hook Parents Train Schools to Recognize Early Signs of Violence

Can Schools Prevent Mass Shootings? Sandy Hook Parents Train Teachers to Help At-Risk Students is produced by PBS NewsHour.

From PBS NewsHour‘s video description:

Five years after a shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, many parents who lost children have taken their efforts to reduce gun violence into the classroom. Their group, Sandy Hook Promise, offers free training to schools and youth programs to educate students about recognizing early signs of violence. Special correspondent Lisa Stark of Education Week reports from Miami.


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