According to a Northeast Middle School worksheet, “The courts have consistently determined that the Second Amendment does not ensure each individual the right to bear arms, and “The courts have never found a law regulating the private ownership of weapons unconstitutional.”
The worksheet, published by Instructional Fair, goes on to say that the Second Amendment is not incorporated against the states. “This means that the rights of this amendment are not extended to the individual citizens of the states,” the worksheet reads. “So a person has no right to complain about a Second Amendment violation by state laws.”
According to the document, the Second Amendment “only provides the right of a state to keep an armed National Guard.”
A teacher also told students that the Constitution is a “living document.” And as you might expect, at least one parent is royally pissed off!
As a commenter at the link points out, obviously the school is either unaware and/or chooses to ignore of two important cases of SCOTUS within the past 5 years. The Heller case which did affirm the individual right to keep and bear arms; and the McDonald case which did say the second amendment is incorporated upon ever state and municipality.
Related reading: Washington Post, June 29, 2010 – The Second Amendment provides Americans a fundamental right to bear arms that cannot be violated by state and local governments, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in a long-sought victory for gun rights advocates.
... Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., who wrote the opinion for the court’s dominant conservatives, said: “It is clear that the Framers . . . counted the right to keep and bear arms among those fundamental rights necessary to our system of ordered liberty.”