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Schooling Katrina's Kids

Hundreds of thousands of students from New Orleans and the Gulf Coast are starting over in new communities and schools across the U.S. months after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. This April 2006 story from the American School Board Journal describes how these students are dealing with the challenges brought on by one of the worst natural disasters in this country's history.

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