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Why teachers are becoming increasingly concerned by vaping at school

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School teachers are becoming increasingly concerned about the vaping craze among teenage students.

Colin Axup, President of the Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals, said the use of e-cigarettes at school was a concern.

It is illegal to sell e-cigarettes on behalf of a person under 18 years of age, but that hasn’t stopped students from taking them to school.

He said parents and schools needed to work together to address the issue.

“It’s a public health issue,” he said.

“The community, as a whole, needs to approach it that way.”

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