Just like virtually anything, the more people understand something, the safer it is. Whether you like guns or not, knowing more about them doesn't hurt anything. Plus, it wouldn't be hard to implement. For instance, the DARE program where a police officer (who is already trained in gun safety) comes to a school to talk to children about drugs and alcohol could easily just a little extra time to teach gun safety. You wouldn't even need to have the state governments pay for classes so the teachers could teach it.
I am for gun rights, however people also need to know that they can be dangerous. It just like drugs. I support legalizing drugs but people must know that they can be dangerous if handled innappropriately. Guns should be used for safety, and that needs to be stressed, so I do believe that gun safety is important and should be taught in schools.
People fear guns and do not want them in society simply because they do not know enough about them. If they had the knowledge that is actually true about guns, rather than media-driven brainwashing, guns would not be feared by the masses. Guns are a safe, efficient way to protect us and our loved ones.
A study in the Southern US was completed and proved that when teachers concealed carry. There was not one studet that felt unsafe with teachers that carried a firearm. Every teacher interviewed was carrying at least a .45 and the principle carried a .38 Special in her desk
You combine awareness of the dangers with age appropriate education it equals safety. Driving a car is led with safety awareness around vehicles and leads to education of how to handle a car = safer society with rules. There will always be exceptions of accidents or ill intentions with all devices guns, cars, etc. 99% need the Awareness and Education.
Michigan already implements it in several elementary schools. One example of a school district is Carroll county's William Piercy, he combined idea's of both the NRA's Eddie Eagle and the STAR programs and shaped it for his district brining more respect and awareness. To children at a young age. The more that is taught about firearms at a young age the less likely kids are to be to seek it out from the wrong sources.
I think children, with cooperation of police and local teachers, should be exposed to at least the morals and ethics of firearms usage, because they learn the immoralities of it on the street, but it also should be on the onus of parents to ensure kids fully understand gun safety.
Just like driving a car, firearm knowledge and discipline should be practiced in a routine manner to create a more safe society. Granted we will never be free from stupid people, it will definitely lower gun violence rate. To also add onto this, enforce mental health care into the program as well. This shows a path to where if an individual is becoming mentally strained , they can seek help.
It should be taught in school so that students know what to do if they find one not to pick it up and play with it. If you are concerned about safety you can take out the firing pin and there unusable. You should know from a young age how to use one anyways so if you need to protect yourself you can.
It should be tough it can help kids in the long run and if it is required for a job they will already be able to know how to shoot a gun this is a yes in deed this should be tough in school. Everyone think of your kids in the long run.
The law should be taught such as when using a firearm is legal and not and how to legally purchase one , but being taught how to use a weapon is wrong. Should we also teach our students karate and how to use a bow? School is meant to prepare us all for the adult life and we will not all deal with fire arms
Only for after school like me if not at home . If people really what to do archery its at school my opinion . Also, you don't know if some one killed some one else why aiming . So its at school or home or don't play it at all.