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LAUSD sets up hotline, support centers for anxious students




Election signs and a flag are posted on the gate at Angeles Mesa Elementary school during a special run-off election for the Los Angeles Unified School District board of education seat in District 1.
Election signs and a flag are posted on the gate at Angeles Mesa Elementary school during a special run-off election for the Los Angeles Unified School District board of education seat in District 1.
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It's been a full month since the presidential election, but for many, emotions are still raw. Some are feeling excited and hopeful about a shift in power. Others are feeling anxious and scared.

LAUSD students who fall into that latter camp now have a new resource. The school district has launched a hotline and set up a number of support services for those concerned about the election of Donald Trump.

For more on the hotline,  Steve Zimmer, LAUSD's Board of Education president spoke with Take Two.

To listen to the full interview, click on the blue media player above.