{FD} The Latest: Some students face suspensions after walkout

The Latest on the nationwide student walkout to protest gun violence (all times local): 4:45 p.m. Fifteen North Carolina students have been suspended for walking out of class during a nationwide protest against gun violence, but their principal also lauded their resolve.

{FD} California teacher accidentally fires gun in class, police say; students reportedly injured

A teacher at a California high school who accidentally fired his gun during a class, reportedly injuring three students, was not authorized to have a gun at school, officials said.

{FD} Betsy DeVos says visit to Florida high school after shooting was ‘sobering, inspiring’

Parkland, Florida high school students walked into Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School Wednesday morning for their first, full, normal school day—three weeks to the day since the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history.

{FD} School shootings prompt more teachers to consider carrying guns

Gun rights advocates say that since the Sandy Hook massacre the number of individual teachers and school districts interested in arming themselves on campus has risen exponentially with some programs having to put interested applicants on a waiting list to meet the demand. But if a teacher who gets a concealed carry permit can actually carry varies widely depending on the state they work in.