Schools strive to support the unique needs of military children
There are approximately a million children of active duty military in the U.S. Most attend public school, move six to nine times before finishing high school and must cope with a parent being absent for extended periods of time. Schools don't always know how to offer support to these children, but new initiatives are trying to change that. Special correspondent Kavitha Cardoza reports.
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