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Providing Emotional Support for Military Children (Video)

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For military children, life at home can be chaotic — families relocate frequently, and parents may be suddenly deployed. At Camp Lejune, N.C., child-care centers understand the impact these pressures may have on young children, and work to create safe and stable spaces for them to thrive. How do these teachers respond to the unique needs of their students?

Want to learn more about the strengths of military preschools? The topic is further covered in our recent PBS NewsHour segment.

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