As the North Carolina General Assembly House Select Committee on School Safety meets again on Tuesday, one of the the America’s best public school teachers has several suggestions for improving safety.
Gaston County high school English teacher Bobbie Cavnar believes that smaller schools paired with more nurses and psychologists will enhance the safety of our classrooms.
Cavnar, named by the NEA Foundation as the nation’s top educator, recently discussed school shootings and making students feel safer with NC Policy Watch director Rob Schofield:
At today’s legislative hearing, members of the Student Physical Safety Working Group will hear from the:
- Executive Director of the North Carolina Christian Schools Association
- Former Chairman of the Governor’s Task Force on Safer Schools Community
- Development and Training Manager of the Center for Safer Schools
- Sheriffs of Rockingham County and Carteret County
And be sure to listen to the full 20-minutes interview with Cavnar below in which he discusses his love of teaching and how he inspires students.