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(Reuters) - Active shooter drills, a routine in American schools for the last two decades, tend to traumatize students and have not been proven to save lives, according to a report released on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Chicago Fire Department paramedics gather during the first large-scale active shooter drill undertaken by Chicago Public Schools at Whitney Young Magnet High School in Chicago, Illinois, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Lott/File Photo. The report by gun safety group Everytown and several parent, student and teacher organizations recommended that schools move away from conducting unannounced drills and drills that mimic gun violence. “It’s now clear that unannounced activ... Full story

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