To figure out whether to reopen after shootings, some schools are calling schools that had shootings before them for advice
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School psychologist Cathy Kennedy-Paine recently spoke to The Atlantic about how she helps schools cope after they have suffered a mass shooting.

Kennedy-Paine, who leads the National Association of School Psychologists' crisis-response team, said getting kids back to school as soon as possible is important.

Schools will often turn to schools that had shootings before them to figure out what to do.

As school shootings become increasingly more common, administrators have...


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