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Not A No. 2 Pencil In Sight

June 2, 2013
By J. Paul Lombardo (family@post-journal.com)

This past May, I witnessed two programs sponsored by the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown. Both programs invited students from all over to visit the center, some in person, some via distance learning. There was an enormous response for both programs, and those of us on the center's education committee were very pleased that these programs were a part of each of those participating students' education. By the questions asked and the essays submitted for the writing contest during the first program, and the comments made by young people who attended both programs, I felt the result was the same ... that education took place, all without the use of a number two pencil or a bubble sheet.

 
 
 

 

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