Teachers in Inverclyde, Scotland, will be seeing double when schools reopen
LEILA FADEL, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Leila Fadel.
Teachers in Inverclyde, Scotland, will be seeing double when schools reopen on Friday. Seventeen sets of twins are starting primary school there. Last week, they got together for a photo op in their matching uniforms - cute. I was sure 17 had to be a record, but not in Inverclyde. In 2015, the schools welcomed 19 sets of twins - totally makes sense that it's now dubbing itself Twinverclyde (ph).
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