Parents at a school in Florida can now buy bullet-resistant insertable panels for their kid's backpacks.  For $120 you get a binder-sized piece of ballistic armor that's capable of stopping bullets from a .44 Magnum and a .357 SIG.  Is this the next logical step after metal detectors, surveillance cameras and emergency drills for an active shooter situation?

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