Schools Offer ‘Emotional Support’ to Students, Teach About ‘Sedition’ After Capitol Riot

Schools Offer ‘Emotional Support’ to Students, Teach About ‘Sedition’ After Capitol Riot


Public schools across the country are quickly responding to Wednesday’s events at the U.S. Capitol by offering “emotional support” for students and teaching vocabulary words such as “insurrection” and “sedition.”

Ally Stanton, a kindergarten teacher in Needham, Massachusetts, told 25 News:

I had a lot of students coming in this morning saying things such as Mommy and Daddy were watching a lot of news, bad guys got into the White House, there were bad people that were trying to hurt others in Washington. A lot of them were really concerned because they know that people shouldn’t be breaking into buildings… that it’s just not normal for them.

Boston-area school districts’ “regular lesson plans were either pushed aside or modified to include discussions about the demonstration against the presidential election that turned into a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol,” the news station reported.

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