by Doug Wyllie
Two recent news items demonstrate precisely how starkly different school administrators can be when it comes to their attitudes regarding police.
The two items appeared in our headlines within a week of each other, and they could not have had more different reactions from police and the public alike.
Here’s a brief review of recent events.
First, the Good News…
In the first item, Julie Kraemer—a school superintendent in Illinois—became a certified and sworn law enforcement officer so she could carry a concealed weapon at school in order to respond to an active shooter.