Students We Want to Hear What You Have to Say About School Shootings
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We want teens to talk about the impact of mass shootings on their lives. We want them to share their thoughts and feelings about the issue. And we want them to think about ways to change the culture around guns in America.
In the wake of the Parkland shooting, many politicians and activists have called for stricter gun laws. While some states have already taken steps towards making changes, there is still a long road ahead before anything substantial happens. These conversations are important because they give us a chance to talk about what needs to happen. But even if we pass legislation, it will not stop future mass shootings. We need to change our culture around guns.
We need to hear from you! We know that there are many different ways to get involved, and we encourage you to share your thoughts and ideas. You can also tell us about the kind of school and the kind of country you’d like to see. Your views will help shape the future of education.
How do you cope with the threat of a school shooting?
If you’re a high school or middle age student and 13 or older and you’d like to share your thoughts with us, we’d love to hear from you! You can reach us at letters@nytimes. com. Please keep your letter under 200 words and include your name, address and daytime phone number. We reserve the right to edit for length, clarity and grammar.