This week’s edition highlights stories by Skip Hollandsworth, Arielle Isack, J.R. Moehringer, Romina Cenisio, and Daniel Miller.
This week’s list features stories from Shara Johnson. Paul Fischer, John Woodrow Cox, Marc Hogan, and Angelica Jade Bastién.
“At 10, Caitlyne Gonzales survived Uvalde’s school shooting. Then she became a voice for her slain friends.”
There are many different versions of the so-called teacher’s oath. Many of them mention education, support, compassion. None of them mention active-shooter training. Yet, to be a teacher in the United States these days is to confront that very nightmare — as Andrew Scott does in this understated gem. This will be what I take […]
A heartbreaking account from a doctor in the children’s trauma center of a San Antonio, Texas, hospital recounting the day they waited for an influx of children, injured in a school shooting 85 miles away in Uvalde. But the kids never came. We wanted to have never heard of them, for them to never need […]
The way schools choose to redesign themselves to protect students from shootings will determine how schools look, and how well students can learn in them, for decades to come.
Amye Archer explores her own relationship with the shooting at Sandy Hook as she works with survivors to tell their stories.
Jacqueline Alnes shares her own school shooting story, along with five stories on how events like Columbine, Newtown, Sandy Hook, and Parkland have impacted individuals, families, and communities.
Can anyone truly fully recover from witnessing — and losing loved ones — in a school shooting?
Six years after a mass shooting at the local High School, Libby Copeland visits with survivors and observes various ways they live and cope with lasting trauma.