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Learning and giving: A two-way street for local kids and seniors

Original post made on May 28, 2013

Karen Rynewicz teaches fourth-graders in a school that's among the highest-achieving in the state. It's located in a town steeped in wealth, inhabited by more holders of doctorates and master's degrees, proportionally, than most communities in the country.

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