Schools React To Abundance Of Threats

Posted: April 6, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Dangerous disruptions to Northwest Arkansas schools since the beginning of the year demonstrate a problem in need of a solution, but answers are elusive.

What’s The Point?

Students need to rethink posting threats in their school settings and realize the dangers involved. We commend school administrators for their handling of recent threats and urge punishment of violators, but also an effort to understand what was behind their actions.

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