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Students leave the underground school built in a Kharkiv subway station to board a bus home. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Ukraine's Kharkiv moves classrooms underground so kids survive Russian attacks

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Left: Daniel Bizyayev and his family now live in a suburban neighborhood about an hour north of New York City. Center: Bohdan Semenukha and his mom, Viktoria, look at photos from before the Russian invasion. Right: Sofiia Kuzmina and her family live on the 10th floor in Kharkiv. When the power is out, they have to climb the stairs. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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How the war in Ukraine has forever changed the children in one kindergarten class

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Parents Kseniia and Oleksandr Dryha say goodbye to their daughter, Kateryna, on her first day at a private school in Dnipro. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Ukrainian children head back to school

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Russian soldiers left graffiti in the school in Borodyanka, a town outside of Ukraine's capital Kyiv. Anya Kamenetz/NPR hide caption

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How a Ukrainian teacher helped students escape Russia's invasion, and still graduate

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