From coast to coast, teachers across the country are using Red Nose Day as a tool to teach empathy in the classroom and encourage students to make a difference for children in need. 

Here are some of their stories.

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    See how teachers across the country are helping students turn empathy into action

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    See how teachers across the country are educating students turning empathy into action.

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Red Nose Day in School Around the Country

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  • Teaching empathy in the classroom

    In Santa Monica, this teacher brings empathy into the classroom all year long

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    At Grant Elementary in Santa Monica, CA, teacher Tracy Kooy brings empathy into the classroom all year long.

  • A student tells jokes during the Red Nose Day JokeHaThon

    In Howards Grove, WI, students are using humor to impact change

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    At Northview Elementary School in Howards Grove, WI, students are raising laughs and life-changing cash.

  • Kids making a difference in New Jersey

    In Newark, NJ, these students are learning that by working together, they can make a big difference

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    Red Nose Day is a part of the school culture at Speedway Academies in Newark, New Jersey, where the students are taught that even the smallest amount can make a difference.