Educators: Lessons from Jena High School applicable to all

Ever since Jena, La., school leaders found two nooses hanging from an oak tree on the high school campus, school officials and the community at large have been grappling with racial tensions under an international spotlight. The painful lessons they've learned outline the importance of school leaders keeping abreast of racial tensions and addressing them before violence erupts, race relations experts say.

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