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Local Educators Seek To Remedy Anxieties In Sandy Hook’s Wake

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Posted: January 12, 2013

Josh Bacon, director of judicial affairs at James Madison University, speaks Friday during a school safety forum at JMU. Listening are (left to right) Carol Hurney, executive director of JMU’s Center for Faculty Innovation; Doug Alderfer, Rockingham County Schools assistant superintendent of administration; and Edward Brantmeier, assistant director of the Center for Faculty Innovation. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Harrisonburg City Schools Superintendent Scott Kizner discusses school safety during a panel discussion Friday hosted by James Madison University’s Center for Faculty innovation, as fellow panelists Tammy Castle, associate professor of justice studies at JMU (left), and Anne Stewart, professor of graduate psychology at JMU, look on.
Edward Brantmeier, assistant director of the Center for Faculty Innovation and an assistant professor of learning, technology and leadership education at JMU, speaks to attendees at Friday’s public forum on school safety.

HARRISONBURG — Despite the low odds of being replicated, last month’s mass shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut has shaken many people’s sense of security, local educators say.



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