What You May Have Missed
By Gary Huggins
Published: Sunday, Oct. 14 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT
Every fall, students across the nation welcome a new school year with new teachers, new books, new supplies — and old lessons. Re-teaching material from the previous school year has become part of the back-to-school tradition, but it is a costly one that acknowledges the underlying risks of a summer devoid of learning.
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