What time: The walkout will take place at 10 a.m. in every time zone.
Where: Students, teachers and administrators from across the country and in European countries have said they will participate. So far, 2,000 groups have registered with ENOUGH National School Walkout. Those participating are expected to walkout of class but stay on school grounds.
How will schools participate: It's up to the student organizers, and depends on what the school will allow. Some students are planning a "lie-in" where they lie down to symbolize those killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Others are having discussions on gun issues and some are observing minutes of silence.
How long will it last: It will last 17 minutes, one minute for each person killed at Stoneman Douglas High School.
Will students get into trouble for participating: That is up to the school district. Many schools have said they will tolerate a walkout if it is orderly. Others have threatened to discipline students if they leave class.
For more information: Click here to see any events planned for your area.