Sandy Hook Mom says answer to senseless violence lies in our classrooms

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Kids that have a trusted adult, that are taught coping skills and social and emotional competence, kids that love and accept themselves, are not going to want to hurt themselves or others.

Fostering those relationships and skills makes common sense and is also backed up by decades of research.

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