At present, the harshest penalty available here at Boise State is expulsion, used only for the most heinous crimes, like cheating on Scantron exams. But now that lethal force is an option, I need to know which infractions may be treated as de facto capital crimes.
I assume that if a student shoots first, I am allowed to empty my clip; but given the velocity of firearms, and my aging reflexes, I’d like to be proactive. For example, if I am working out a long equation on the board and several students try to correct me using their laser sights, am I allowed to fire a warning shot?
Current events education should be a requirement for all students, all ages, everywhere. Sure, kindergarteners are generally more apt to discuss something like a natural disaster than guns, but this kind of early immersion puts worldliness at the forefront of what it means to educate a child.