Have Schools Shelved Post-Columbine Crisis Plans?

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Nearly five years after the shootings at Colorado’s Columbine High School, many schools that crafted crisis-response plans have set them aside to gather dust. The Rocky Mountain News said Don Quick, chief deputy attorney general, made the assessment in testimony yesterday on legislation aimed at informing parents of school programs to protect students. A 2002
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