The vast majority of America's teachers don't want to carry a gun in the classroom, despite recent violence.
That's from a survey by School Improvement Network, a company that helps with teacher training.
It talked with nearly 11-thousand educators.
72-percent said they wouldn't carry a gun in school even if they were allowed.
36-percent of educators surveyed reported owning a firearm.
92-percent said they feel safe in school and believe their students feel the same.
But 88-percent said they would feel even more safe having an armed police officer on campus.
The survey was conducted in January, weeks after the December 14 Connecticut school shooting.
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