Off-Topic: I'm responding to your post out of courtesy. What any political party has or has not proposed to enhance school safety isn't the thread's discussion topic because the temporal context of the thread topic is forward looking not backward looking. Just so you are aware, the broad topic of the thread is how far or near we are to resolving the gun debate and what will or will not have to occur for a definitive resolution to come about. I expressed in the OP what I think it'll take to arrive at a resolution. If you have a similar or different idea of what will effect a resolution, then please do share it. That is clearly not so: School Discipline Laws & Regulations by Category & State | Safe Supportive Learning School Safety and Security Democratic Party Platforms: 2000 Democratic Party Platform Students, Security, and Race Bullying Laws and Policies Groton School has plans to improve safety along Farmers Row DC Public Schools Student Safety The examples above are but the "tip if of the iceberg." Of course, individuals whose eyes are directed "landward" won't observe even that.