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Moncton High

Over the next couple of weeks Atlantic Voice is launching a series about the long term effects technology is having on our kids.
Host Pauline Dakin travelled across North America to speak with leading researchers on the subject.
And some of what she found was, frankly, disturbing.
But one of the things that first got her interested in the topic was the story of two teachers at Moncton High.
And how, dismayed at what they were seeing in school, they tried to get their students re-engaged in the community.

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