What do you think of students’ participation in the March 14 National Walkout in remembrance of the Parkland, Fla., massacre and gun violence?

PRESDIENT DONALD TRUMP ADDRESSES the media before leaving the White House to address the Conservative Political Action Conference in the aftermath of the Lakeland, Fla., massacre. The president declared at the conference that declaring schools to be gun-free zones puts students in more danger and that well-trained gun-adept teachers and coaches should be able to carry concealed firearms. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/ZACH GIBSON
PRESDIENT DONALD TRUMP ADDRESSES the media before leaving the White House to address the Conservative Political Action Conference in the aftermath of the Lakeland, Fla., massacre. The president declared at the conference that declaring schools to be gun-free zones puts students in more danger and that well-trained gun-adept teachers and coaches should be able to carry concealed firearms. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/ZACH GIBSON
On March 14 students as well as adults across the nation took part in a National School Walkout designed to spur action in response to gun violence, inspired by the reaction to the Parkland, Fla., massacre in which 17 people died. Should students taking part in the school-hour action be punished or supported for taking…

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