In a "listening session" at the White House, survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High massacre tell of their fears and grief. Trump suggests more guns in schools and more mental heath institutions around the country. The students and the parents voice there concerns to president. There was some bias because we hear more about what the parents had to say although the article does voice some of the stuff Trump proposes.
The head of America's powerful gun lobby says Democrats are putting politics ahead of school safety. In addition, the video talks about 7 things that caused the mass shooting including the FBI's failure to detect this, mental health, and lack of school security. The article also covers a press conference, were one of the victims parents voices his concern about the NRA. In addition, Trump says he still supports the NRA and tweet that he's pushing for national background checks for the mentally ill, a policy which the NRA chief later echoed at the conference. I didn't detect any bias since both sides were present and there were several different perspectives.
President Donald Trump continued to push the idea of arming teachers in schools during a meeting with state and local officials at the White House on Thursday and also said "active shooter drills is a negative thing. he believe this will frighten children. Also the president of the NEA said that teachers should be focused about educating students not protecting them. I didn't detect any bias because there were two sides to the story.
The article is about different peoples opinion on if teachers should or should not carry fire arms in school. In the article teachers, state representatives, and the N.R.A are quoted. this is being question all around the country and a Alabama State Representative has even proposed a bill that would allow teachers to carry fire arms. I detected no bias since there was different perspectives present in the article.