Suit Raises Concerns about Security Guards in Schools

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The NAACP is suing a school district in the suburbs of Seattle for allegedly using excessive force on students as young as 10, targeting minorities disproportionately. The case raises questions about the increased presence of security officers in the nation's schools, the training they receive and the potential for racial bias. Austin Jenkins reports.



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