San Jose Mercury News
Following on a national trend that began after the Sandy Hook shooting, a handful of California legislators would like to find a way to arm teachers.
But for the most part, teacher representatives are shooting down the idea.
Tim Donnelly, R-San Bernardino, introduced a bill last week that would allow school employees to carry concealed weapons on campus. Dubbed the School Marshall Program, AB 202 would allow school districts to use money from the general fund to train teachers and janitors to become qualified to carry a concealed weapon on campus.