Congress is back in session on Monday, where they'll have to face the question of how elected representatives will respond to the push from students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to do something about gun violence.
The National Rifle Association has been calling for "hardening" schools to protect kids — including arming some teachers.
On Monday, President Trump reiterated his support for both ideas.
"We have to take steps to harden our schools so that they're less vulnerable to attack," said the president. "This includes well trained and certified school personnel to carry a concealed firearm. At some point you need volume. I don't know that a school is going to be able to hire a hundred security guards that are armed."
Also on Monday, the Supreme Court declined to take up a critical case on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. That program was set to expire next week.