In the year since 26 young children, teachers and school personnel were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School, school districts across the country installed more locks and surveillance cameras, hired armed security guards and provided teachers with firearm or emergency training or access to weapons.
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Sandy Hook a year later
The Dayton Unit NAACP will host an education town hall on school safety from 3 to 6 p.m. Dec. 14, at the Dayton Public Schools Community Room, 115 S. Ludlow St. Albert L. Jordan, who chairs the group’s education committee, will moderate and will be joined by school superintendents and administrators from Centerville, Dayton, Huber Heights, Jefferson Twp., Kettering, Northmont, Northridge, Oakwood and Trotwood-Madison.
More online: Nearly 40 state and federal gun legislation have been proposed since the Sandy Hook massacre. Get details about each bill in our interactive chart at MyDaytonDailyNews.com/investigation.