Adults who went undercover at a high school found 7 things people don't realize about life for teenagers today
Courtesy of A&E
- On A&E's documentary series "Undercover High," seven adults posed as students for a semester in a Kansas high school.
- Some had only graduated five years ago, and they still saw many differences in what daily life is like for high-schoolers today.
- Cell phone use is rampant - and dangerous. Teachers have less control than ever. But kids still just want someone to talk to.
That's the message of "Undercover High," a documentary series on A&E that follows seven adults who pose as students for a whole semester at Highland Park High School in Topeka, Kansas.Advertisement
High school is nothing like it used to be.
Here are a few seven things the undercover students learned about high-schoolers that most adults don't realize:
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