Alia E. Dastagir USA TODAY Published 5:41 PM EDT Mar 22, 2019 Teachers at an Indiana elementary school were left bruised, bleeding and frightened after being shot "execution style" with plastic pellets during an active-shooter training exercise in January, according to the Indiana State Teachers Association. It's shocked teachers, parents and psychologists alike, renewing the debate around active shooter and lockdown drills: Where is the line between preparing teachers and students and traumatizing them? Are drills effective in preventing school shooting deaths? Or harmful to all involved who, despite the seeming ubiquity of school shootings, are unlikely to endure one? "The teachers were terrified, but were told not to tell anyone what happened," the Indiana State Teachers Association said on Twitter. "Teachers waiting outside that heard the screaming were brought into the room four at a time and the shooting process was repeated." The drill in Monticello was … [Read more...] about Indiana shooter drill: Are lockdowns, mock active shooters traumatic?