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After Hurricane, Puerto Rico's Schools Contribute to Relief Effort

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Schools in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico are slowly getting to their feet, but the struggle is particularly difficult in areas outside major urban centers. Now, educators are determined to rebuild the island's school system, even as its future remains uncertain.

Education Week's Andrew Ujifusa and Swikar Patel traveled to Puerto Rico to find out the state of the island's schools, as well as what comes next for the U.S. territory's students, teachers, and others involved in the beleaguered education system. This video documents what they found.

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