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Pastor Raises Questions about Learning Styles

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Pastor Raises Questions about Learning Styles

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Pastor Raises Questions about Learning Styles

Pastor Raises Questions about Learning Styles

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Reverend Jeremiah Wright made the claim last week that black and white kids have very different learning styles. Education professors Pedro Noguera and Janice Hall discuss Wright's statement and the research underway to determine how children's backgrounds can affect the way they learn.

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