How a School Shooting Death Affects a Community

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Last Sept. 28, 14-year-old Jesse Osborne drove to Townville Elementary School in South Carolina and opened fire at students on the playground, witnesses said. He shot a teacher and two students, one of whom, 6-year-old Jacob Hall, died three days later. In each shooting’s wake, the children and adults who die and those who murder them become the focus of intense national attention. Often overlooked, though, are the students who survive the violence but are . . .

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