Since the January 12 earthquake that ravaged the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, most of the area's schools have been closed, many too damaged to re-open.
Now, three months after the earthquake, life is beginning to return to normal for many Haitian children and teens, now allowed to return to school. For the school buildings that were destroyed, classes will resume in tents for now, until new classrooms can be built.
Teachers are attempting to ease children slowly back into school, addressing the trauma suffered by their students, many of whom lost family members or classmates in the earthquake.
CNN reports from Port-au-Prince.