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The Superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia, has decided to allow students to watch President Obama's speech on Tuesday, if they want to. Edgar Hatrick, the Loudoun County Superintendent, had originally said making time for students to watch the President's speech would be too chaotic for his district. The speech coincides with Loudoun's first day of school for the academic year. But in a letter posted on the district's website - Hatrick says parents "should be assured" that middle and high school students will be given the opportunity to watch the speech if they want to. Parents of elementary school students will be told at least one day in advance before the President's speech is shared with their children. That'll give parents enough time to decide whether they want their children watch the speech or not. Jonathan Wilson reports...

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