Seven schoolchildren, along with their teacher and her baby, died when a tornado ripped through their school building in Moore, Okla., in May. This deadly storm, ferocious even by Tornado Alley standards, devastated the town and the school district.
ASBJ communications columnist Nora Carr was on the ground in Moore after the storms. She documents the physical and emotional aftermath of the storm in this issue’s cover story, “Storm Recovery in Oklahoma,” online now at ASBJ.com.
Also in the November/December issue, Senior Editor Lawrence Hardy takes a look at how school security has changed in the year since the Newtown, Conn., school shootings.
NSBA’s “advocate-in-chief” (and ASBJ’s On the Hill columnist) Michael A. Resnick is retiring after a 44 years. Read his perspective on how times have changed in the national education arena in our interview.
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