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onfronting hopelessness."You see troubled young men who are desperate and they strike out and they don't see that they have any hope," Bond said.Schools generally are much safer than they were five, 10 or 15 years ago, Stephens said. Stephens noted that perspective is important. In Chicago there were 500 homicides in 2012, about the same number in the nation's 132,000-plus K-12 schools over two decades."I believe schools are much safer than they used to be but clearly they still have a good ways to go," Stephens said.The recent budget deal in Congress provides $140 million to support safe school environments, and is a $29 million increase, according to the office of Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin, chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.About 90 percent of districts have tightened security since the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, estimates Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers.Many schools now have elaborate school safety plans and more metal detectors, surveillance cameras and fences. They've taken other steps, too, such as requiring ID badges and dress codes. Similar to fire drills, some schools practice locking down classrooms, among their responses to potential violence.Weingarten said more emphasis needs to be placed on improving school cultures by ensuring schools have resources for counselors, social workers and after-care programs. Many of the BRADENTON, Fla. Two people are dead and several injured after a woman backed her car into a group of pedestrians outside a Florida clubhouse.Lt. Gregory Bueno with the Florida Highway Patrol says the accident happened Sunday in Bradenton, about 45 miles south of Tampa.Bueno says a woman backed her car in a parking lot at the Sugar Creek Country Club, where church services were going on.The driver struck a small crowd of pedestrians, leaving two dead and others injured. The number of people injured was not immediately available.The car came to a stop in a lake adjacent to the clubhouse. The driver does not appear to have been seriously injured.