Days before the March 5 attack at Santana High School in Santee, Calif., that left two people dead and 13 wounded, suspect Charles Andrew Williams allegedly discussed his plan with friends. But they failed to report the threats because they thought he was joking and didn't want to get him in trouble.

According to education officials and students, one key to preventing such deadly school shootings is breaking the "code of silence" on school campuses.

Barry Gibson, 18, who was wounded in the shooting, believes there is nothing schools can

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