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G.A.T.E. students at Evans Elementary School make gingerbread houses

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  • JohnChase posted at 6:30 am on Mon, Dec 3, 2012.

    JohnChase Posts: 11

    I think this is a great project, I was also reading something about how to get better grades online on different online education programs and must tell you I was very surprised to see that there are many people who actually study online.

  • AllenK posted at 7:21 am on Mon, Oct 22, 2012.

    AllenK Posts: 6

    I would love to study for a masters in gingerbread houses. Joking of course... This is quite a nice initiative and I fully support it.

  • BlueStar posted at 12:16 am on Sat, Sep 22, 2012.

    BlueStar Posts: 6

    The event you talk about here could be set up as an example for an online education platform. I guess that with all the technology we have today, we could improve a lot of things about our education system. What do you think?