In wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, school boards across the nation are re-examining their policies about showing live television coverage in the classroom.

In Ashland, N.H., parents went as far as asking the school board to ban television news from the classroom after children were allowed to watch the Sept. 11 events unfold.

Brian and Amy Moriarty told the school board Nov. 6 they had collected names of 175 parents who, like themselves, objected to teachers letting their children watch live news coverage of the attacks on


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