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A national public radio yes so not a conservative site the parklands shooting last month is energized student activists were angry and frustrated over gun violence but it's also contributed to the impression that school shootings are growing up democ in america in truth they are not schools are safer today than they than they had been in previous decades of james allen fox it professor of criminology at northeastern university who has studied the phenomenon ambassador murder since the nineteen eighties fox and doctoral student mo for dell crunch the numbers and the results should come as a relief to parents i while multiple victim shootings in general are on the rise that's not the case in schools there's an average of about one a year in a country with more than one hundred thousand schools there were more back in the nineties that in recent years said fox for example in one school year ninety seven ninety eight there were four multiple victim shootings in schools second the overall number gunshot victims at schools is also down according to fox's numbers back in ninety two ninety three school year about point five five students per million were shot and killed in two thousand fourteen twenty fifteen that rate was closer to point one five per million the difference is the impression the perception people have fox said any traces at to cable news and social media today we have cell phone recordings of gunfire that play over and over and over again so it's that impression is very different that's why people think things were a lot worse now but the statistics say otherwise other experts agree they talked to an emergency room position who leads a prominent gun violence research program at the university of california garin witter moats he says school shootings specifically are not epidemic schools are just about the safest place in the world for kids although each one of them is horrific and rid the entire nation for a period of time mass shootings at schools are very uncommon and they are not increasing in frequency what's changed is how aware we are of them so again i'm glad that that was on npr and heard their audience their audience could you could hear that i'm assuming maybe a significant portion when they started hearing what they didn't like they just turned it off.