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After Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s Schools Aid Recovery, Resolve to Build a Better Future

November 1, 2017 6:11

Education Week reporter Andrew Ujifusa and videographer Swikar Patel traveled to Puerto Rico to find out the state of the island’s schools, how they are helping recovery efforts, and what comes next for the U.S. territory’s students, teachers, and others involved in the struggling educational system.

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