Nearly 1,100 students at Grand Island Senior High School in New York are being taught "hands-only CPR" by certified instructors. After an assistant principal saved the life of a middle-school student, Grand Island school officials decided to require that all high-school students be trained in the life-saving skill. "It's good because we're going to be the next grown-ups and the next people to save lives, so we have to know how to do it," said Braden Hawley, a freshman.

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