There is a rate of accidental discharge, accidental injury and accidental death for all guns out there. Don't think that putting guns in the hands of 3.5 million schoolteachers is going to change that. I know I did the calculations before, but I think statistically we should expect to see from 1 to 3 accidental shootings (not simply gun discharges, but people being shot) in schools per year if we add over three million guns to the nations classrooms. Because math.
Who thinks it's worth it?