GAO: shootings at K-12 schools most commonly resulted from disputes or grievances

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Source: Security Magazine
GAO: shootings at K-12 schools most commonly resulted from disputes or grievances
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that shootings at K-12 schools most commonly resulted from disputes or grievances, for example, between students or staff, or between gangs, although the specific characteristics of school shootings over the past 10 years varied widely, according to GAO’s analysis of the Naval Postgraduate School’s K-12 School Shooting Database.

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