With the raging debate over gun control and the absolute reckless abandon we seem to approach such nationwide problem solving, has anyone thought to ask the kids? Specifically, school kids who have suffered directly or indirectly the problems of violence while growing up might have keen insights.
In USAToday, journalist Marco della Cava delved into some teenager thoughts on violence in our schools and society. Link is:
Suffice it to say, children should be asked when working on issues of improving schools and out society as a whole.