SAN FRANCISCO -- Seven shot dead at an Oakland college this week. A private school headmistress gunned down last month in Florida by a teacher she fired, who then kills himself. Three Ohio teens killed by another high school student in February.
Judging by the media attention lavished on the recent shooting rampage that left seven dead in Oakland, Calif., and other attacks over the past several years, it would seem America is embroiled in an ever-increasing chaos of school shootings. But statistics show it is not.