The Seattle Times weighs in:
No guns in school. Period.
Sympathy for an Oregon high-school teacher with a restraining order against an ex-husband ought not extend to allowing her to carry a gun to school.
The school could beef up security. Or the teacher could be given a paid leave while sorting out her personal problems. The restraining order could be strengthened or broadened for maximum protection.
There are solutions that don't require a gun in the classroom. The teacher has a concealed-carry permit but that doesn't give her the right to bring a gun to class.
If by "doesn't give her the right" they mean "she has the right under the United States Consition, the Oregon constition and the Oregon Revised Statutes."
And to say "sort out her personal problems" as if it is somehow her fault she has a stalker is absurd. This is more liberal claptrap that says the individual can't take care of herself, it takes a village. A village which has the dead and raped bodies of hundreds of women on it's collective hands. (try googling "restraining order death")
Here is Lars' piece from Human Events.