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The Right Equipment to Solve a Playground Problem (Video)

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It can be hard for school officials to notice patterns in day-to-day problems and address their underlying causes. But when Sandi Robinson, the health room aide at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Menomonee Falls, Wis., noticed a sudden rise in playground injuries, she started thinking about ways to get to the bottom of the issue.

In this video, leaders at Benjamin Franklin explain how they used problem-solving strategies learned in the schools' continuous improvement initiative to help students stay safe on the playground.

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