I get so sick of this "guns going off by accident" nonsense. They don't go off by themselves... the person holding the gun has to do something negligent in order for the gun to go off and hit them or someone else. Such as ignoring rule #1 of gun safety... never point the gun in the direction of others or yourself no matter what.<quoted text>
Your generalization of teachers is amusing. If your google results mean so much to you try googling "brave teacher" 50,600,000 results or "hero teacher" 87,400,000 results we could do this for ever but I don't think the number of google results proves anything.
You may think the teachers just lined up and they handed out weapons but I'm certain there was alot of consideration that went into who should and could carry a firearm.
As for "Guns will go off on accident" really, do you mean like all by itself setting in the safe or maybe someone playing with it practicing quickdraws or twirling it on their finger in class, you really think that's a good argument?
MO has allowed CCWs for several years now. How many accidental CCW incidents have there been? Oh yeah, NONE.