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A video posted to Instagram by Tyler Goodell, who identified himself as a Wake Forest High School student on his Instagram page, shows a black student pulling a white student to the floor before a female teacher intervenes. Wake County school officials have praised the teacher for de-escalating the situation without getting physical. Tyler Goodell Instagram
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