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After an elementary school student in South Carolina slapped their teacher on the head for a TikTok, the video has prompted lawmakers and educators to speak up and stop the challenge from gaining traction in other states.
As reported by the Washington Post, Connecticut Attorney General William Tong urged the app to speak with educators in different states to “stop this reckless content.”
“TikTok fails to control the spread of dangerous content,” AG Tong wrote. “I am urging TikTok to come to CT to meet with educators and parents and commit to reforms that stop this reckless content.”