Graphic Iraqi Images Spark Debate in Schools Graphic photos and videos depicting Iraqi prisoner abuse and the execution of American Nicholas Berg have prompted a debate in schools over what footage is appropriate for students to view. At least half a dozen teachers around the country have been suspended for showing the video of Nicholas Berg or allowing students to download it. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.
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Graphic Iraqi Images Spark Debate in Schools

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Graphic Iraqi Images Spark Debate in Schools

Graphic Iraqi Images Spark Debate in Schools

Graphic Iraqi Images Spark Debate in Schools

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Graphic photos and videos depicting Iraqi prisoner abuse and the execution of American Nicholas Berg have prompted a debate in schools over what footage is appropriate for students to view. At least half a dozen teachers around the country have been suspended for showing the video of Nicholas Berg or allowing students to download it. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.