Teachers cope with large number of students absent with flu-like symptoms:

One Minnesota school district is reporting that at least 2% of its nearly 9,500 students are absent and suffering from flu-like symptoms. Officials say the absences have affected plans for standardized testing and led several teachers to alter their lesson plans.

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