COLUMBIA — Educating our children is so much more than scores on state tests. Yes, we want our children to perform well on standardized assessments. More than this, we want our children to perform well in every part of their lives. When children are totally engaged in their learning, their achievement soars. Children experience learning through their senses: They need to see it, hear it, feel it, taste it and move with it. Learning is best when skill acquisition seamlessly blends with inspiration. When the community and the public schools get together, good things happen to inspire children to apply their new skills in real ways.
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