The SCOTUS said that gun bans in "sensitive" areas would not be unconstitutional. Detention facilities, and court of justice courthouses/facilities are "sensitive" and I agree that weapons in these places is not always the best idea. However a public school, whether it is k-12 or a public college is not what I would consider a sensitive area. You are not in an environment where people are being charged with crimes or where very tense civil issues are taking place, or where violent offenders are being housed; it is simply a building with people advancing their education.
It is my opinion that a ban on carrying in schools is unconstitutional. People walk into a school on their own free will, and they should not be stripped of their right to self defense
for wanting an education. The constitution says "shall not be infringed," and being
stripped of your 2A rights for walking into a building to advance your education on your own free will is certainly infringing on that right.
I think we all believe gun free school zones are a demonstrable failures, but after all the shootings in gun free school zones, restrictions have gotten only worse. The government is to politically correct these days, and I don't see them removing these bans simply
because they obviously do not work. I believe the only way to have these gun free school zones done away with is to challenge their constitutionality, because honestly, how many legislators do you think would repeal a ban on school property? Remember the first FGFSZ that was passed? It was deemed unconstitutional and for good reason! The same could be said for the current GFSZ, on the federal and state level, and especially in Ky. If a ban on exercising our rights in a public educational institution is not unconstitutional in our state, then what would be??
Also, our right to bear arms is not infringed in a bar, we can carry, just not loaded. We can still have firearm and ammunition on our person.