At Shanley High, where I volunteer, we participate in President Clinton's Cops in the Schools program. We always have an armed, uniformed officer (and don't tell anyone, but I have a gun 90 feet from the front door, and I'm probably a better shot than the young cop.)
I was amused to learn that Sidwell Friends School, where President Obama and the anti-gun TV figure David Gregory, send their kids, has eleven armed security officers. That doesn't count the Secret Service agents who are there for the President's daughters.
I am reluctantly agreeing with the writer of this article. There should be a squad car and a uniformed policeman at every school. 100,000 jobs. Better than even odds in a shoot-out. What's not to like?