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At the Shaw University’s child development center in Raleigh, N.C., a four-year-old boy sat with his preschool teacher one morning, looking at laminated cards featuring pictures of basketball hoops with numbers written on them.
“This is what number?” asked the teacher. “Eleven,” said the young boy, who got a quick cheer from his teacher before he counted out and arranged 11 orange pom-poms just below the hoop. Other children built block towers or made pretend ice cream sundaes nearby. Read more... More about Preschool , Small Humans , Pre K , Tech , and Innovations