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'Juuling' in Class? Yes, It's Happening. Here's What You Need to Know

Juuling and other forms of vaping have become extremely popular among teenagers. Which means many young people are smuggling e-cigarettes into class.

So, what is a JUUL?

JUULs are tiny vaping devices. They look more like computer thumb drives than cigarettes, which makes them hard for teachers to detect. Also, they come in different flavors and don't emit much vapor. These devices contain a lot of nicotine and can disrupt a classroom, and students' learning, in serious ways. 

How can educators spot them?

In this explanatory video, Education Week's Kavitha Cardoza has some tips on how educators can recognize juuling, and what they can do about it:

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