In the United States today, there are over 2 million military and veteran-connected students in our K-12 classrooms. On average, these children move every two years and attend between six and nine different schools before graduating high school. To build awareness of the experiences of military children, and to better prepare educators to meet the needs of military-connected students in the classroom, Dr. Biden launched Operation Educate the Educators. Last week, Dr. Biden, a lifelong educator and military mom, traveled to Fort Riley, an Army Base in Kansas which is home to the 1st Infantry Division, to learn more about the educational partnership between Fort Riley and Kansas State University—one of the first colleges to adopt the Operation Educate the Educate guiding principles. There are more than 8,000 military children living on base at Fort Riley. While there, Dr. Biden had the opportunity to stop by Fort Riley Middle School, where 98 percent of the student population is military-connected, to meet with some pretty incredible teachers, students teachers, parents and military-connected children. Watch the video below to hear what they had to say.