When I return to work on January 7, students and I will debate the viability of gun control. Invariably, one of them will ask me whether I believe teachers should -- as some politicians are now suggesting -- be allowed or required to carry guns while they teach.
I am proud to be a schoolteacher, and I put the education and safety of the children who sit in my classes above all else. That being said, I am not going to carry a gun to my classroom, not now, not ever.
Political leaders and gun advocates around the country have said that more guns would mean safer schools. Some educators aren't convinced. Matt Sledge and David Thweatt join Marc to discuss.