Students crave "The Hunger Games" field trips

03/28/2012 | Washington Post, The

Educators across the country are taking students on field trips to see the new film, "The Hunger Games." At one school in New Rochelle, N.Y., the event was a unifying one for more than 3,000 students who have been working in smaller "learning communities," studying the first book of Suzanne Collins' trilogy. For other students, however, planned field trips were cancelled following complaints from some parents about violence and other themes in the film.

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