Gun training classes for kids can help teach them how to fight and shoot

Gun training programs are getting a boost from the recent announcement by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that gun training is now part of the curriculum in schools across the country.

The CDC said Thursday that it’s been working with the National Rifle Association (NRA) to make the gun safety curriculum available in schools.

The announcement comes just weeks after the Newtown, Conn., school shooting, where 20 students and six adults were killed.

The NRA and the White House have previously said that they support gun safety, though they have since softened their positions on the issue.

The gun training program is designed to help children understand how to handle firearms safely and effectively.

The aim is to make gun safety classes easier and more fun for students, the CDC said.

The program has been in use since at least 2007, and has been widely available to parents and school districts across the United States.

The CDC also said that the program’s benefits extend to parents.

“The benefits of this program include the increased confidence of parents, teachers, and students that their children will be safe when learning in an atmosphere that is supportive and safe,” the CDC added.

A number of states are also providing similar training programs, with several in California and New York providing more than 50 classes a week.

Gun safety is also one of the many topics discussed during the NRA’s annual convention in Orlando, Florida, which was attended by more than 500,000 people.

The NRA and other gun rights groups have previously accused the CDC of bias in its gun safety research and in its decision to classify gun training as a medical training course.

The White House has said that it will make it easier for schools to provide gun safety education.

The new CDC guidelines are expected to be made available to schools in the fall.