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Puerto Rico's students still learning in the dark 100 days after Hurricane Maria

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Nearly 100 days after Hurricane Maria there is at least one school in every city on the island that has no power according to the Department of Education. NBCNews' Mariana Atencio goes inside one of those school to speak to the students and teachers about what it's like to learn in the dark.