The deadliest school attack in U.S. history wasn't a shooting; it was a bombing. And it happened 90 years ago.
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May 18, 2017
May 16, 2017
Rates of student victimization at school have fallen over the past two decades, federal data show. And fewer students report a fear of harm at school.
April 28, 2017
Trump's campaign pledge to end gun-free school zones "on day one" remains unfulfilled. It would require cooperation from Congress to change existing laws on guns in schools.
April 11, 2017
The man who shot two students and his estranged wife in a special education classroom Monday entered a San Bernardino, Calif., elementary school with approval from office staff, officials said.
April 10, 2017
A second student was injured after the gunman shot his wife, who was a teacher at the San Bernadino school, and then himself, police said.
March 27, 2017
Retired Montana Principal John Moffatt says arming teachers and school staff is not the right way to respond to the threat of school shootings. His opinion is informed by his own experience as the survivor of a 1986 school shooting at Fergus High School in Lewistown, Mont., where a student gunman shot Moffatt in the abdomen after shooting and killing a substitute teacher.
February 03, 2017
The Newtown, Conn., school board authorized its chair to sign a letter calling on President Trump to denounce people who claim the 2012 mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School are an elaborate hoax. Some other city officials have been reluctant to sign on.
January 30, 2017
School shootings correlate with higher unemployment rates, researchers at Northwestern University conclude in a new study.
January 17, 2017
Pressed in her confirmation hearing, education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos called guns in schools a state and local issue. She said she would support President-elect Donald Trump if he moves to end gun-free school zones.
December 14, 2016
Four years after a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School claimed the lives of 20 children and six adults in Newtown, Conn., families of the victims are praising a new federal law that is designed to improve access to mental health care.