Boston schoolteacher Natalia Cuadra-Saez doesn’t want to bring a gun to school. She called President Trump’s repeated call to arm teachers ridiculous and absurd.

She’s not alone.

“It would not make us teachers feel safer,” Cuadra-Saez told me last night. “It would not make the students feel safer. It would not make us safer.”

Cuadra-Saez teaches U.S. history to ninth-graders at Snowden International School, not far from where deadly bombs exploded at the marathon finish line nearly five years ago.

Cuadra-Saez said she feels safe at school but she worries about making sure her students feel the same.

Read the full article on the Boston Herald website.