PHOTO: Learning early in Auburn

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Tonya Jewell of Auburn works with her 2-year-old son, Dyllan, on a game of shape and color identification at the Auburn Public Library on Thursday. Jewell said the library's activities have helped Dyllan get a jump on his education. He is already able to identify colors, letters and shapes.

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Imagine that, parental

Imagine that, parental involvment with no ipad. This is how you educate children, not just give them an ipad and ignore them. If Auburn insists on ipads to educate the children, do we still need all of the teachers?


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