Hartford Public Schools Feel Strain 6 Months After Hurricane Maria03:51

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Six months ago Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico and forced evacuations to communities on the mainland. Many came to Hartford, Connecticut, including 450 school children. A quarter of those new arrivals are in Hartford public high schools, a system already dealing with budget cuts and a bottleneck of needs.

WNPR's Vanessa de la Torre (@vdelatorre) reports.

This segment aired on March 22, 2018.


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