“It looks very creative. All the students are smiling. It sounds like hearing kids in laughter, teachers having fun and the students are having fun. It was just an involving — It was fun just to be in the class. It feels intriguing because a lot of us, especially me and most of my friends would ask the questions that would add on to what we’d been learning about. Awesome.” — Focus Group Report
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