15 Years after Columbine: 15 'big ideas' for stopping school massacres




April 18, 2014

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15 Years after Columbine: 15 'big ideas' for stopping school massacres
15 Years after Columbine: 15 'big ideas' for stopping school massacres It’s been 15 years since Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold committed their attack on Columbine high school, and “Columbine changed everything” has become a common refrain. It’s certain that a lot did change — no more would containment be an acceptable tactic while gunfire continued unabated inside that perimeter — but more can be done to prevent similar tragedies in the future. In this special report, we present a series of columns from a number of our contributors, as well as links to news and features posted to the site in the past decade and a half.

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