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Teachers have spent the last two weeks explaining this election to kids. Two Los Angeles teachers share how they’re helping their students navigate life after the election.

How history teachers handle lessons from this election

Teachers have spent the last two weeks explaining this election to kids. Two Los Angeles teachers share how they’re helping their students navigate life after the election.

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