Robb Elementary School Shooting: Texas has been a national leader in school shootings since 2013, data shows

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – Texas has been the nation’s leader in school shootings since 2013, according to research by Everytown for Gun Safety, a nonprofit founded after the deadly 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

The Uvalde mass shooting that killed 18 students and a teacher at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday was the seventh school shooting in Texas this year alone. The seven school shootings include incidents where there was gunfire on campus, not necessarily in a classroom.

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In the United States, school campuses are shot every other day.

Since 2013, there have been 78 school shootings on Texas campuses — the most of any state.

These 78 school shootings in Texas resulted in 36 deaths and 59 injuries. This includes the Santa Fe shooting in May 2018, which left 10 people injured and 13 others injured. The suspect in this case has still not gone to court.

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There have been 55 school shootings in California and 22 in New York since 2013.

Texas has the most school shootings, mass shootings, and gun suicides in the United States, according to a 13 Investigates analysis of data from Everytown for Gun Safety and the Gun Violence Archive.

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