What Should We Tell Children about the Crisis?

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On September 11, LA School Superintendent, Roy Romer, issued a set of security measures and guidelines for helping kids cope with the terrorist attack. Since then, kids have been heard from, in the papers and on TV, with sentiments ranging from anger to fear attempting to understand. Now, almost a month after the terrorists struck, what's going on in the schools? Is there more security? Less TV? Is it back to business as usual? Tonight, we'll hear from a parent, a teacher and the President of LA's elected school board.
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Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Frances Anderton