The second amendment should be taught to our children in a proper and positive light. However, this editorial offers no evidence that it hasn't been...
I well remember my "publik skul edumacation".
I wasted my youth attending several different schools, due to our family moving frequently.
The one thing they all seemed to have in common was the view that the second amendment was an obsolete collective right, that does not apply to common citizens.
Many schools simply passed over it, those that did not claimed it to be a "collective right", an "obsolete remnant", "meaningless" due to our "Living constitution", which is subject to "reinterpretation" to suit "modern conditions".
Every truly useful thing I know I learned AFTER I escaped the socialist indoctrination centers that masquerade as "School"!
Considering that I attended school in the mid 60's to early 70's, and that I am about the same age as many of those in politics and running government agencies today, it is no surprise that the second amendment is still under constant attack by the very people who have sworn to defend it (as it is an integral part of the Constitution and B.O.R.).
They have no problem with an abridged B.O.R., they learned that portions of it are irrelevant, from their "teachers".
I have never met a teacher that did anything except parrot the liberal line about US v. Miller, and I was indeed shocked when I found out that the Miller decision was not, in fact, a decision. That was many years, and many guns ago.