Teachers: Deep South attacks are harming children

Educators in the Deep South say an end to violent attacks could help improve student test scores, which are among the lowest in the country.

By Ahmad Ramansiriwong for Khabar Southeast Asia in Raman, Yala

January 31, 2013


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