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Drills at Schools Aim to Keep Students Safe

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Drills at Schools Aim to Keep Students Safe

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A 14-year-old student opened fire at a school in Cleveland, Ohio on Wednesday, injuring four before killing himself. Reports say the principal called a "Code Blue" alarm over the intercom. Guests discuss the drills and training programs designed to protect schools and students.

Guests:

Dan Moulthrop, reporter and host at WCPN in Cleveland, Ohio

William Lassiter, manager of the Center for the Prevention of School Violence