Hunting 101: Tennessee schools debate hunter safety in classrooms

Should hunter-safety courses be taught only to hunters? Or to all kids who may (or may not) eventually encounter guns or participate in shooting sports. The question has been the topic of hot debate in Tennessee ever since one such all-inclusive course was recently shot down at a Smith County elementary school. According to the article below, dozens of Volunteer State schools offer hunter-safety courses, but not all parents want them in the curriculum.
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