After Trump Victory, Protest, Conflict at Bay Area Schools

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Students from the San Francisco Unified School District walked out of classrooms on November 10 to protest the election of Donald Trump. (Photo: Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

From a violent attack on a student at a Woodside High School to a Mountain View history teacher placed on leave for drawing parallels between Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler to student walkouts, Bay Area schools are grappling with post-election anxiety and conflict. We'll discuss how students are navigating turbulent times and what schools can do to foster understanding and civil conversation in the divisive post-election climate.

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Guests:

Emily Deruy, senior associate editor covering education, The Atlantic

David Moren, Bay Area Executive Director, Generation Citizen

Alyssa Hoy , 3rd Grade Teacher, Bay View Elementary School in San Pablo

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