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Skyscraper schooling: the way of the future?

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The population of Victoria is ever expanding and with this growth comes the demand for more schools.

To accommodate this, the Victorian government is investing in high rise schools in the cities.

But what does this mean for the health of students who study in these skyscrapers? And are they the best option?

Reporter Jordan Fennell finds out. 

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