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Students in Puerto Rico have turned to TikTok to expose the neglected conditions in public school buildings on the island. Some of the viral videos show dilapidated bathrooms without toilet paper or working toilets. One student told NBC News that some students have opted to use the restroom at their homes instead of at school.