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What’s wrong with lockdown drills for school shootings?

To teach students how to protect themselves from an active shooter most American schools run lockdown drills – but could they do more harm than good?

00:00 - What are lockdown drills?
00:43 - When did lockdowns become widespread?
01:25 - What are the national guidelines?
01:47 - The impact on children

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