Sandy Hook Shooting Survivors Should Be in School, Need 'Routine,' Psychologist Says

Connecticut school officials' plan to get survivors of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting back together at a new school is the right decision, says a youth trauma psychologist. Authorities announced Monday that the Newtown, Conn., elementary school where 26 people, including 20 children, were gunned down, will be closed "indefinitely," but Chalk Hill School in nearby Monroe, Conn., could be ready to host Sandy Hook students and staff within days. No official word yet on when classes for...Full Story
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