This week is the five-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre (see the Associated Press story from today: Sandy Hook’s legacy: More security in elementary schools).
Tomorrow is the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shootings. Here’s how conversations about school safety have changed. And how they haven’t. https://t.co/4EQhqQH56q
— Evie Blad (@EvieBlad) December 13, 2017
Five years ago this week, 20 students and 6 teachers died at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) December 13, 2017
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) December 11, 2017
Today, we remember the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School and the precious lives taken by a deeply troubled young man. Five years later, how have conversations about mental health, gun control, school safety and toxic masculinity evolved? https://t.co/Mk1W20erU8 pic.twitter.com/995iFD4bOs
— Teaching Tolerance (@Tolerance_org) December 14, 2017
— Pedro Noguera (@PedroANoguera) December 14, 2017
Five years ago today, 20 first-graders and six school staffers were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
An emotional President Obama made these remarks on this day in 2012: "As a country, we have been through this too many times" pic.twitter.com/FbxPOlLYnE
— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 14, 2017
You might be interested in:
A Collection Of Resources On The Sandy Hook Shooting, which I published the week of the shooting.
The Best Resources On The Sandy Hook Tragedy, which I published on the one-year anniversary.