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How Are Schools Reacting to Election Results? (Video)

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Post-election, schools across the country are reporting incidents of bullying, vandalism, and student anxiety. How has the political climate affected children? How are educators coping with students' heightened emotions? 

In its recent report about this issue, PBS NewsHour features a number of student reactions, as well as expert opinions from Education Week correspondent Kavitha Cardoza and Mariama Richards of Friends' Central School.

This video originally aired on PBS NewsHour on November 11, 2016.


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