A Pew Research Center survey reveals that 59 percent of K-12 public school teachers in the United States are at least somewhat worried about the possibility of a shooting occurring at their school.

More than 6,000 teachers participated in a web survey, conducted last fall and administered by RAND, that was used to compile the report. Other notable findings:

• 23 percent of teachers say they experienced a lockdown in the 2022-23 school year because of a gun or suspicion of a gun at their school

• 39 percent of teachers say their school has done a fair or poor job providing them with the training and resources they need to deal with a potential active shooter

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