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After Haiti experienced a terrible earthquake, I thought it would be discussed at my school. However, I was wrong! The day after the quake, not one word was even said about the earthquake and the devastation. In fact, when a small group of teens were discussing it, many other teens where confused, and one even said, "There was an earthquake?" It pains me to see that there is a lack of communication and discussion concerning world events in public schools. I am completely shocked that no one seems to care about this! I consider myself very tuned in with the news, but many kids and schools seem to be turning away from it. This angered me! The problem needs to be fixed!





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KittyKat1419 This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Aug. 16, 2015 at 6:52 pm
This is interesting. I do agree that some disasters that happen in separate countries should be discussed in classrooms around the world. It is irresponsible to ignore others struggles.
 
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