Teachers Work to Find Lessons in Tsunami

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Millions of American school children returned to school this week. Along with catching up with their classmates, many kids encountered new geography, social studies and science lessons related to the devastating Asian tsunami. Many schools have even started collecting donations. WBUR's Monica Brady-Myerov reports.



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