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Year Started: 2009
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Recent Posts:
Why Math Class Is Boring—and What to Do About ItJuly 19, 2021
How Description Leads to UnderstandingJuly 12, 2021
Mirror Your Audience: Four Life Lessons From Performance Artist Marina AbramovićJuly 5, 2021
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